Marketplace

Weekdays at 6 p.m.
  • Hosted by Kai Ryssdal

The award-winning Marketplace is public radio's daily magazine on business and economics news "for the rest of us." The 30-minute program — with an irreverent reporting style all its own — airs weekday evenings on more than 320 public radio stations nationwide and boasts the largest audience for any business program in the United States on radio, cable or network television.

In conjunction with Marketplace Morning Report and Marketplace Money, this trio of financial programming covers listeners from wallet to Wall Street.

The amount of oil in the world is a mystery

12 hours ago
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Scott Tong

Later this week Shell and Exxon report earnings, and a big question is: Where will wobbly oil prices go next? It’s a matter of global demand and supply – as well as an important factor of how much oil is being stored around the world.

For more than a year, the world has been working off an oil glut. Now, some of that surplus has gone into storage caverns and containers around the world. That has helped keep crude prices soft. Exactly how much is in storage is a bit of a mystery.

The Looming L-pocalypse

Jul 26, 2016
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Sally Herships

Hipsters beware. The L-pocalypse is close at hand. But it's not just the young and bearded who will be inconvenienced. Almost no one is looking forward to the New York transit authority's plan to shut down the L subway line for repairs. Just ask 38-year-old Brooklyn resident Kevin Lin.

“I’m going to move,” he said while standing on the L train platform at the 14th Street/Union Square station.

Marketplace for Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Jul 26, 2016
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Sally Herships

Facebook has pledged to build 1,500 units for general public housing in response to major housing shortages in Silicon Valley; New York City's Metropolitan Transit Authority announced plans to shut down the L train for 18 months to repair damage from Hurricane Sandy; and why New York City may be at risk of losing its title as the world's financial capital.

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