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Stocks close down; General Electric worries about inflation; vaccinated people are told to wear masks; the Fed begins a two-day meeting.By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Home prices rose 17 percent in May, compared to a year earlier; June consumer confidence index reaches pre-pandemic levels; core capital goods orders, measuring business investment climb 0.5 percentBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Tourism to U.S. from much of the globe will remain restricted; jet fuel shortages hit major airlines; economists expect 6% global economic growth, survey finds;By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Many mid-sized banks are struggling to find new asset classes and new opportunities to offer retail banking services. Unsecured lending has become a viable way for them to broaden their product portfolio on the credit side. In this episode, Jim Matera, EVP/Chief Retail Banking Officer at Apple Bank, talks about how his firm got involved with unsecu…
Stocks close up; the Department of Veterans Affairs requires vaccinations; a contentious meeting for a US diplomat in China; Beijing cracks down on big tech. - July 26, 2021By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
New home prices rose to nearly $362,000; market sentiment survey finds COVID-19 variants of top concern; Hasbro revenues jump 54% in second quarterBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Senators say they are in agreement on most of the bill; Treasury Secretary Yellen warns of debt ceiling; GM sues Ford over ‘BlueCruise’ nameBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Does buying your dream home seem unobtainable in this crazy housing market? Consumers' own, David Pendley - Vice President of Mortgage Lending, joins us this week to talk about how Consumers can help!
Treasury Sec. urges congress to raise or suspend debt ceiling; US buys 200 million more Pfizer doses; Olympics opening ceremony kicks off most expensive games on record - July 23, 2021By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
IHS Markit says growth slowed due to labor, materials shortages; American Express revenue grows amid more credit card spending; GM issues second recall of Chevy Bolts; chipmaker stocks fall after disappointing Intel forecastBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
The bill would limit Section 230 protections during public health emergencies; Twitter, Snapchat report strong revenue growth in Q2; WarnerMedia to make 10 movies for HBO MaxBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
7-22-21 MMC/MM Closing Bell/Karr Episode Title: Home sales - Closing Bell Episode Summary: Home prices hit record high; Internet outage hits major websites; Twitter posts strong earnings :02 This is the Marketplace Minute. I’m Meghan McCarty Carino. STORY 1 Stocks rose a bit Thursday. The Dow bumped up just under one tenth percent. The S&P gained t…
Initial claims for state unemployment benefits reversed trajectory last week; revenues are up at American, Southwest airlines; Union Pacific hauling more cargo, as import demand growsBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
The Federal Trade Commission has voted to rein in warranty limitations on repairs; Commerce Department to give out $3 billion in community grants; advertising giants show growth, after tough 2020By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Senate Republicans may hold up raising debt ceiling; States reach $26 billion settlement deal in opioid lawsuits; Chipotle beat earnings expectations with strong sales despite price hikes - July 21, 2021By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
After reviewing the facts and holding in Ramirez, we discuss how the decision clarifies the concrete harm requirement established by SCOTUS’s Spokeo decision, Ramirez’s implications for class action and individual lawsuits alleging violations of federal consumer financial protection laws, and the potential impact on state court litigation. Chris Wi…
The president will meet with business leaders in late August; fewer mortgages taken out amid soaring home prices, limited inventory; federal government nears debt ceilingBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
The procedural vote is expected to fail; WHO warns of another COVID wave; United Airlines expects to be profitable the rest of 2021By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Delta accounts for 83% of cases; Netflix reports weaker than expected subscriber growth; Bezos says Blue Origins space flight sales approach $100 million - Marketplace Minute - July 20, 2021By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
June housing starts increased by 6.3%; Shell to appeal ruling ordering greenhouse gas reductions; China denies hacking chargesBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
State attorneys general, drug companies reach deal; Biden administration proposes hike in hospital price disclosure penalties; Wall Street indexes recover after tumbleBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Credit unions maintain a distinct advantage over larger banks. As a community-based institution, they are well positioned to truly understand the unique financial needs of their members. Now, with the proliferation of digital technologies, credit unions can continue to meet the evolving needs of their members — even if they’ve moved across the coun…
7-19-21 MMC/MM Closing Bell/ParkerEpisode Title: Stocks fall - Closing Bell Episode Summary: CDC raises travel warning for UK; NBER finds 2020 recession ended in April making it shortest on record; US holds China responsible for hacking of Microsoft; :02 This is the Marketplace Minute. I’m Meghan McCarty Carino. STORY 1 Stocks tumbled Monday. The D…
The U.S. is blaming hackers affiliated with China for the Microsoft Exchange email hack; Robinhood seeks valuation as high as $35 billion in IPO; AutoNation Q2 sales soar on surging car pricesBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
The cartel of oil-producing nations will increase output by 2 million barrels a day; Democrats consider voting reforms in infrastructure plan; senators abandon tougher tax enforcement to pay for some infrastructure spendingBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
What financial tips and tricks should you pass along to your student before they head out on their own? Consumer zone, Scott Dobson, joins us this week to help you understand that even though finances might look a little bit different from when you grew up, the same principle still apply.
Consumer sentiment dips in July; White House has no plans to ease international travel restrictions; Pfizer says US officials have agreed to priority review for full FDA approval of vaccineBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
The Biden administration is going to issue a warning to US companies doing business in Hong Kong; business inventories were up a half percent in May.By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Lumber, Chinese sanctions, and a new drug for Alzheimer's in the works.By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Child tax credit goes out; Biden announces end to logging in Alaska forest; Facebook releases new diversity report - July 15, 2021By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
The U-S Consumer Product Safety Commission sues Amazon; Morgan Stanley reports second quarter earnings that beat analysts’ expectations.By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Tom Vartanian is a former federal banking regulator and law professor. In Part II of this two-part podcast, we discuss technology’s impact on the banking system, how a new cyberspace infrastructure can increase security, the current financial conditions that could spark the next financial crisis, cryptocurrency’s role in building new networks for t…
The Senate passes a bill banning imports from a region of China; Johnson and Johnson recalls sunscreenBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Federal Reserve Chair tells congress inflation higher than expected; GM warns Bolt owners of fire risk; Vanishing tweets to disappear forever - July 14, 2021By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Producer Price Index comes out; Bank of America hit by low interest rates, Fed Chair testifiesBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Democrats to push spending bill; Apple boosts orders; Fed Chair testifiesBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Consumer prices rise in June; Jet fuel shortage fuels fire worries; Ransomware sites are down - Marketplace Minute - July 13, 2021By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Emerging leaders of the consumer lending industry all have a few things in common. On this week’s episode, Upstart’s Senior VP of Business Development, Jeff Keltner talks about what he’s learned from nearly a decade of working in the consumer lending arena, where the industry is advancing, and his forecasts of who will rise to the top of the market…
Inflation rises; Small business owners invest less; Bank profits soarBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
France fines Google; child tax credit payments go out; inflation numbers coming todayBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Marketplace Minute - July 12, 2021By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Global minimum tax plan moves forward; Virgin Galactic issues more stock; Second quarter earnings season beginsBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Global minimum tax plan moves forward; Black Widow does well at the box office; Pfizer to discuss booster shotsBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
When your child asks you for a credit card for the first time, what will you say? Is it a helpful tool, or can it be destructive to their future credit. Consumers' own, Scott Dobson, joins us to weigh in on this topic. He even shares how he and his daughter manage her finances together.
Biden signs sweeping order to increase competition; Biden pressed Putin on cyber attacks; CDC says vaccinated teachers, students don’t need masks indoors - July 9, 2021By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
White House executive order aims to boost competition, strengthen consumer protections; Biden administration imposes economic restrictions on 14 Chinese companies over alleged Xinjiang human rights abusesBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
A new coalition is supporting a $1.2 trillion bipartisan plan; U.S. consumer borrowing up by $35 billion in May; G-20 meets in Italy, expected to endorse global minimum corporate tax; Biden to sign executive order aimed at spurring more competitionBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Jobless claims rise; Biden to order to target anti-competitive practices in rail and sea shipping; Levi’s earnings beat expectations.By Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
The slight increase in the weekly jobless report was opposite analyst forecasts; Stellantis pledges $35 billion toward electrification; biggest U.S. banks expected to more than double Q2 profitsBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
Tom Vartanian is a former federal banking regulator and law professor. In Part I of this two-part podcast, we discuss the government policies that have contributed to or caused the financial crises faced by the U.S. over the past 200 years, how the consumer financial services industry can benefit from smarter regulation and a principles-based rathe…