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Every weekday, host Kai Ryssdal helps you make sense of the day’s business and economic news — no econ degree or finance background required. “Marketplace” takes you beyond the numbers, bringing you context. Our team of reporters all over the world speak with CEOs, policymakers and regular people just trying to get by.
 
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VfB Stuttgart Americana

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VfB Stuttgart Americana

Travis, Jeffrey, Austin, & Matt

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An English language, American-based Bundesliga fan podcast discussing VfB Stuttgart - the Verein für Bewegungsspiele Stuttgart 1893! Covering the club from afar with a foreign point of view, our views are unofficial, uninformed, and unprepared! Join us as we unofficially dive into everything we know (which is different than everything there IS to know!) about one of the most traditional and most exciting clubs in all of the Bundesliga, Europe, and the world! Reach us on Twitter @HazelFisch, ...
 
Extremely Gifted Psychics, Healers, Artists and Counselors Offer Metaphysical Fun and Learning! Free psychic readings plus Q's & A's and first-hand knowledge on topics from angels and crossing over to deja vu and the psychic flash. View our Wild Site at psychicsgonewild.com. No spiritual topic is too wild for Psychics Gone Wild and Wildly Gifted Special Guests! ................Dial-in 773-897-6461 for Psychic Jethro (Thur-Sat), Kelly C (Mon-Wed) and favorite Wild Psychics Amy Cavanaugh, Auro ...
 
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Tammy Adams - Karma Talk

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Tammy Adams Intuitive Life Coaching

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Join Master Intuitive Life Coach & Spiritual Healer, Tammy Adams, as she guides you to your spiritual awakening! The time is now to discover who you truly are and what the universe is truly about. Every day we hear about all sorts of things happening in this world, but have you ever wondered what role you play in it? It’s time to learn the true meaning of your life and get unprecedented insight into the spiritual realm. There’s so much more to this life than meets the eye and Tammy Adams is ...
 
Award-winning host and advocate Amanda de Cadenet connects with trailblazing women around the world to celebrate the multifaceted nature of the female experience. From models and athletes, to actors and designers, these honest conversations explore how their unique voices and journeys leave the world better than they found it. The VS Voices podcast provides a platform for women to speak their diverse truths, share personal stories, and advance discussions of issues that are important to them ...
 
Tune in to conversations for the curious about fintech and cybersecurity. The team at DVELP - a London-based software development company specialising in secure platforms for sensitive data - invite you to join them as they chat to tech thought leaders to discover more about the newest trends in this rapidly evolving industry. We will be covering cybersecurity issues as well as all sorts of fintech, from regtech to insurtech. Plug in and charge!
 
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In the 60th episode, Matt and Travis show off a new intro song that is wildly appropriate for the current VfB squad - steh auf wenn ihr Schwaben seid - get up if your Swabian! And then engage in some retail therapy buy purchasing the world's biggest advent box. In Part One, the fellas celebrate their favorite #26's in recent VfB history before movi…
 
Europe is looking to boost imports of liquefied natural gas as winter approaches. But supply chain problems abound, from too few ships to transport natural gas and too few facilities to load and unload it. Today, a look at what it’ll take to solve Europe’s energy crisis. Plus, rising interest rates hit manufacturing, libraries are stretched thin an…
 
The economy seems full of contradictions right now. The threat of a recession looms and inflation is rampant, but consumers are still spending. Economists often look to history when making predictions, but the past offers little guidance to make sense of our current economic moment. Plus, the challenges of moving to more storm-resilient infrastruct…
 
Last year, dozens of container ships waited off the Californian coast — some for weeks — to dock and unload all the goods consumers were demanding. But those backlogs have eased substantially. Today, we’ll take a trip to the Marine Exchange of Southern California to hear what’s changed since and what hasn’t. Plus, why jobless claims are dipping and…
 
The U.S. dollar has been appreciating this year as investors take advantage of climbing interest rates. But the value of the dollar is forcing economies around the globe to pay the price. Today, we’ll delve into how a strong dollar is affecting imports, exports and the debts of foreign countries. Plus, the Bank of England makes a drastic move, and …
 
Plenty of folks who began working from home during the pandemic are still there. Today, we’ll take a look at how much that WFH reality may be pushing up housing costs and what it means for the Federal Reserve’s inflation fight. Plus, how portfolio dips affect your spending, how women’s colleges are responding to financial pressures and what Gallup’…
 
In episode 59, Josh from the VfB Central Texas supporters group joins us to review the matches so far, preview the matches to come before the World Cup break, and give us some insight on the upcoming friendly scheduled for November in his neck of the woods, Austin, Texas. In Part One, Josh and Travis talk expectations, chemistry, red cards, points,…
 
The stock market is not the economy. But financial markets around the world are looking at economic conditions right now and not liking what they’re seeing. Today, we’ll unpack the threats to global economic growth, which experts warn won’t let up anytime soon. Also, investors bail on British bonds, HIPAA excludes health apps and workers who cleane…
 
The soft landing the Federal Reserve hopes for the economy appears increasingly out of reach. Stocks tumbled this week and fears of a global recession loom, but Fed Chair Jerome Powell isn’t looking to back off his inflation fight. Today, we’ll try to chart the rocky path ahead. Plus, a look at natural gas reserves, a check-in with publishers and b…
 
Around this time of year, companies begin hiring seasonal workers. Yet some large companies are planning on fewer hires. Despite a tight labor market, companies are uncertain whether consumer spending will remain strong through the holidays and are anxious about a recession. Plus, the Bank of Japan tries to prop up the yen, school districts call fo…
 
That is how Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell characterized price stability while discussing the central bank’s interest rate hike Wednesday. The move pushes its benchmark rate to 3% or higher from zero in just six months. Today, we’ll explain what the Fed will be looking for to show that inflation is under control. Plus, what corporate layoffs t…
 
In anticipation of more rate hikes by the Federal Reserve this week, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note finished at the highest it’s been in more than a decade. In today’s episode, we’ll break down what a higher interest rate on the government’s debt means for everyday Americans, from higher rates on personal loans to a potential hiring slowdow…
 
In episode 58, Matt and Travis begin Part One by breaking down the last match before the international break, the lethargic and disappointing home loss to Eintracht Frankfurt. Playing the fun kid game of "Good Cop, Bad Cop," the fellas break out of their usually positive roles to discuss giving up early goals, Florian's rebound control, the offense…
 
Old wounds reopened by the Safety Car finish at Monza. Jawad gives his take on the finish to the Italian GP, while Max Verstappen laughs in the face of another grid penalty to win the race. The latest on Silly Season as well with a stall in the market, as well as recapping an emotional Auckland SuperSprint. Do please find all of Jawad's writing, li…
 
The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates yet again next week as it looks to double down on inflation. Even with all the rate hikes, interest rates on savings accounts are still lagging. Today, we’ll explore how supply and demand play a role. Plus, a data deep dive in the Weekly Wrap, an anticipated shipping downturn and a costly clea…
 
Last year, the IRS only answered about 1 in 10 taxpayer calls, and the average wait time was 30 minutes. Thanks to new funding from the Inflation Reduction Act, the agency is set to hire 5,000 new customer service agents. On today’s show, we’ll look at why that hiring spree is easier said than done. Plus, retail sales send mixed signals, ethereum g…
 
The August consumer price index shows that the cost of food at home was up 13.5% over the same period last year. That’s the largest annual increase since 1979, and higher energy prices, drought and the war in Ukraine all factor in. Also on today’s show: mortgage boycotts in China, stagnant household income in the U.S. and the tech that’s replacing …
 
Almost everything became more expensive in August. We’ll discuss key items in the consumer price index and look at one number that dropped — the Census Bureau’s measure of child poverty rates. Plus, the U.S. enters a sorta trade agreement, a real estate agent talks housing market trends and researchers analyze plants to forecast wildfires.…
 
In this episode, Matt and Travis break down the huge draw on the road at Bayern as well as the reintroduction of what VfB fans all know and love ... MORE DRAMA! In Part One, we celebrate the fact that VfB is undefeated versus one of the best teams on the planet in 2022 ... while acknowledging that VfB is one of this season's two remaining winless B…
 
We’ve learned just how fragile the global supply chain is the past few years, and we’re not out of the woods yet. Today, we examine two threats to the supply chain’s recovery: a potential strike of U.S. rail workers and continued lockdowns in China. We’ll also take a look at a new merchant code used for gun sales and hear how food banks are grappli…
 
A new report says restaurant bookings are back to pre-COVID-19 levels, which should be good news, but profitability in the industry is down. We’ll talk to some restauranteurs about menu changes, customer attitudes and fears around raising prices. Plus, “The Big Bang Theory” vs. Chinese censors, a new “affordable” Chevy EV, and the Fed chair’s recen…
 
Queen Elizabeth II was a symbol of stability for many, and her death comes at a turbulent time for the United Kingdom. Marketplace’s London bureau chief tells us about the mood of the country amid decades-high inflation and a transfer of power at 10 Downing Street. Plus, the strong dollar weighs down foreign economies and the European Central Bank …
 
Amid an inventory glut and flagging profits, Target said its 63-year-old CEO will stay on for three more years, even though he was mandated to retire in two. The retailer joins a growing list of companies to nix age limits in the C-suite. Today, we’ll dig into why the rule exists but is falling out of fashion. Plus, an equal pay win for the U.S. wo…
 
Russia said Friday it would not resume pumping natural gas to Europe through the Nord Stream pipeline. By Monday, one gas benchmark had shot up 30%. Governments are spending big to keep utility companies afloat, which could be pushing some countries to the brink of financial crisis. We’ll talk about it, plus energy news stateside and a sobering loo…
 
Today, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law aimed at improving wages and working conditions for fast food workers in the state. It’s an industrywide victory for the labor movement in a year that’s seen plenty of union wins. In today’s show, we’ll check the pulse of labor organizing in the U.S. Plus, a change to questions asked in federal labor…
 
Today, we’ll unpack the August national jobs report, which shows job growth as not too hot, not too cold. We’ll also look into who shoulders the burden of the employment slowdown most and who’s coming in off the sidelines of the labor market. Plus, inflation hits rural America harder, and a union representing musicians takes aim at streaming servic…
 
Congress hasn’t approved new COVID funding for about a year and a half, and there’s not a whole lot of money left. With the FDA approving new boosters today, we’ll look at what happens when the cash runs out. Plus: A new way to track employment, a portrait of precarity in the restaurant business and a temp check on the American consumer.…
 
What's next, start him from the pit-lane and see if he wins? Jawad recaps a Belgian Grand Prix won by the masterful Max Verstappen from fourteenth on the grid and more Ferrari blunders from the pit-wall. Some excitement around the retention of Spa on the F1 calendar in 2023, as well as the arrival of Audi in 2026, as well as Sandown SuperSprint tal…
 
In the current inflation-whipped economy, it can feel like everything is going up. But a figure economists didn’t expect to increase was job openings. Today, we’ll dig into what that means for the labor market as the central bank tries to tap the brakes on the economy. Later, Russian pipeline repairs stoke anxiety in Europe, and rent caps come with…
 
In this episode, Jeff and Matt join Travis for the very first time together! After some shared hero worship between Jeff and Matt, the fellas start out by chatting the biggest news of the week - Sasa Kalajdzic's official move to the Premier League - and discuss the striker's departure, his future, and their favorite memories of the tallest forward …
 
At first glance, the U.S. economy is in kind of a weird place right now. Inflation remains high and the Fed isn’t backing down from interest rate hikes. But today we’ll take a closer look at two economic bright spots: the strength of the U.S. dollar and the surplus of job openings. Plus, a hurdle for Manhattan’s return-to-office plans and home flip…
 
From Starbucks to REI, Chipotle and Trader Joe’s, unionization efforts are gaining momentum — particularly at individual stores with relatively small numbers of employees. Today, we’ll take a look at why the labor movement is seeing big wins on smaller scales. We’ll also unpack Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s remarks at the Jackson Hole Economic Symposiu…
 
Gross domestic product and gross domestic income are two ways of measuring the economy that are usually like two sides of the same coin. All that spending and all that income should be roughly the same, but right now they’re totally different. Today, we’ll examine why that gap exists and why it matters so much. Also on the program: Supply chain bot…
 
Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine six months ago today, the ruble has cratered and rebounded and sanctions by Western governments have isolated the country. Today, we’ll look at how the war has scarred Russia’s economy and consider how it may fare in the months ahead. Plus, we’ll dig into why a college education is so pricey and hear how some smal…
 
New home sales were down nearly 30% year over year in July. That has builders and real estate agents crying “recession,” but prices are still high and foreclosures are low. So what’s really going on? We’ll talk about it on today’s show. Plus: The Finnish prime minister and feminine power, big money in youth sports and the future of American chip ma…
 
In this episode, the gang gets back together to chat about the recent loss to SC Freiburg and look forward to the big match versus Cologne! In Part One, Matt and Austin, the resident SC Freiburg super fan, discuss father-son relationships, whether Freiburg and Stuttgart are now rivals, respect the play of VfB despite the loss, ponder who was at fau…
 
Supply chain issues haven’t gone away — we’ll hear from business owners about them in this episode. We’ll also hear about recent “reshoring,” which a new report says is on the rise, with 350,000 manufacturing jobs coming back to the U.S. this year. Plus, Ukrainians in the U.S. find new ways to send money home, Taiwan trade discussions progress and …
 
General Motors announced that it will spend $5 billion repurchasing its shares, which companies sometimes do to boost stock prices when they have extra cash. Buybacks have a bad reputation; we’ll discuss the pros and cons on today’s show. Plus, we’ll look at the streaming industry’s growing pains and ponder peak inflation with our panel of experts.…
 
Inflation is taking big bites out of Americans’ pay, and employers are struggling to keep costs down while trying to retain workers. Some are offering bonuses, and others are getting creative with perks. We’ll talk about it. Plus: The history of school lunch programs, stores’ ongoing inventory headaches and taxes frustrate the Texas tourism industr…
 
Question: After the first half, was VfB lucky to get a point? After the second half, was VfB unlucky to get a point? Answer: Yes! In Part One, Matt and Travis ponder the biggest question of the day - armadillo's or possum's, which is more frightening? They then break down the recent match versus SVW asking if it was a point gained or two points los…
 
Store brands tend to thrive during times of economic stress, and they’re having a moment now. Today, we trace generic brands back to the inflation of the 1970s and hear how “private label” products have come to rival premium brands and attract devotees. Also on the program: the relevance of Federal Reserve meeting minutes, the analysts behind Wall …
 
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