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  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 10.16.20
    Sprott Money News
    28:20
    11,447

    Eric Sprott reviews the past week in precious metals and begins to look ahead to the potential impact of the U.S. presidential election.

  • The State of Small Businesses in the U.K.
    Goldman Sachs
    19:39
    Business
    0

    Charlotte Keenan, head of the Office of Corporate Engagement’s international responsibilities, talks about how small businesses in the U.K. are pivoting and persevering through the pandemic.

  • Avsnitt 373 - Börskörkortet indraget
    Börspodden
    46:57
    3,683

    Börsen är på väg att tappa farten trots alla omvända vinstvarningar slår veckans podd fast. En ny bil har släppts på marknaden och kanske ska man våga ge sig in i en utbombad sektor. Ett nyintroducerat bolag har valt helt fel namn och det finns ett spännande aktiebyte att göra. Dessutom kryddar vi podden med lite Bitcoin och får besök av SAVR som berättar det senaste inom fondmarknaden. Lyssna! Börspoddens huvudsponsor är CMC Markets, besök dom på cmcmarkets.se

  • Markets Update: Taking Stock of Year-to-Date Performance
    Goldman Sachs
    09:25
    Business
    0

    Tony Pasquariello of Goldman Sachs' Global Markets Division gives an update on US equity performance and why 2020 has driven so much trading activity.

  • Editor’s Picks: October 19th 2020
    The Economist
    22:16
    News & Politics
    0

    A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, the persecution of the Uyghurs, Trumponomics (11:05), and Formula 1: man vs machine (17:20). 

     

     

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  • Loved Labour’s won: landslide in New Zealand
    The Economist
    21:09
    News & Politics
    0

    After a term spent steering the country through crises, Jacinda Ardern has led her Labour party to a thumping victory; what will they do with their historic majority? Far from taking on water as the pandemic progresses, the shipping industry is steaming ahead. And as museums sell off parts of their collections, we consider art’s value beyond the dollar signs. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer

     

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  • Checks and Balance: Joe’s job
    The Economist
    42:29
    News & Politics
    0

    No candidate challenging a sitting president has had a poll lead bigger than Joe Biden’s this close to election day. His allure owes a lot to who he is not. The Democrats coalesced around the former Vice President only when the more radical Bernie Sanders threatened to nab the nomination. Who is Joe Biden and what does he want?

     

    The Economist’s US business editor Vijay Vaitheeswaran explains why Wall St is coming round to Biden and we look back at his foreign policy record and role in the Iraq war. Also, Biden’s former deputy chief of staff Scott Mulhauser tells us what makes him tick.


    John Prideaux, The Economist's US editor, hosts with New York bureau chief Charlotte Howard, and Jon Fasman, Washington correspondent.


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  • The persecution of a people: China’s repression of the Uyghurs
    The Economist
    22:07
    News & Politics
    0

    Reporting by The Economist reveals deepening efforts by Chinese authorities not just to imprison the Muslim-minority people but also to reduce their number, to wipe out their culture and to hound them wherever in the world they may go. Yet a visit to Yunnan province reveals that the party’s hostility to ethnic minorities is not absolute.

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  • Retirement Plans’ Rocky 2020…and Where Investors Go from Here
    Goldman Sachs
    18:23
    Business
    0

    Mike Moran, senior pension strategist for Goldman Sachs Asset Management, discusses how COVID-19 and the resulting market volatility have impacted defined benefit pension plans and participants in defined contribution plans, and what to consider going forward.

  • LISTEN: Stakes getting higher for Crown as AUSTRAC probe examines laundering breaches
    PeterRyan
    04:55
    Business
    101

    The stakes are getting higher for the Crown casino group after the financial crime agency AUSTRAC announced an inquiry into the company's adherence to strict laws to prevent money laundering. As Crown's crisis deepens, the company is bracing for a shareholder backlash at this week's annual general meeting. Chairman Helen Coonan faces an independent gaming inquiry as she considers "boardroom renewal" with some directors likely to leave. ABC's Peter Ryan says the investigation will focus on Crown's Melbourne casino and the "management of customers identified as high risk and politically exposed". Featured: Andrew Wilkie, independent MP; Peter Ryan, ABC

  • Fullt fastighetsfokus med Niklas Hultqvist - Sparpodden 362
    #Sparpodden
    38:03
    12,194

    Vilka fastighetsaktier ska man ha och vilka ska man undvika - det blir ämnet för veckans podd! Med mig har jag Niklas Hultqvist som förvaltar IKC Fastighetsfond. Niklas berättar varför det kan vara mer värt att köpa fastighetsaktierna med substanspremie än rabatt! Varför han gillar samhällsfastigheter, bostad och logistik - men håller sig fortsatt försiktig till kommersiella lokaler. Tankar om ränteläget, belåning bland fastighetsbolagen, kontorsdöden, och Amazons intåg i Sverige - helt enkelt fullt fastighetsfokus!

  • 76. How To Master The Moment
    Real AF with Andy Frisella
    12:25
    0

    You do not have to be miserable all the time to be excellent. The highest achievers in the world are able to put aside all distractions and be present in the moment. On today's episode, Andy shares the skill you must master in order to be more effective and get an edge over the competition.

  • 78. The Equation Of Happiness
    Real AF with Andy Frisella
    16:04
    0

    Everybody wants to be happy; unfortunately, not everybody knows what creates happiness. There's no secret, and it does not just come and go from time to time. On today's episode, Andy shares the equation you must understand if you want to create happiness for yourself.

  • LISTEN: Crown chairman Helen Coonan signals cleanout of casino giant's board
    PeterRyan
    08:42
    Business
    82

    Crown Resorts chairman Helen Coonan has signaled a cleanout of the company's troubled board after revelations of lax oversight on money laundering risks and potential exposure to organised crime. The gaming giant's licence to operate a new casino at Barangaroo in Sydney is now in jeopardy and Crown shareholders are likely to protest the re-election of three directors at this week's annual general meeting. ABC's Peter Ryan is covering the inquiry which is also examining the influence of Crown's biggest shareholder, billionair James Packer. Featured: Geoff Bowd, Australian Shareholders Association; Helen Coonan, Crown Resorts chairman; Jane Halton, Crown Resorts director; Peter Ryan, ABC

  • Más MAS? Bolivia’s election
    The Economist
    21:43
    News & Politics
    0

    After last year’s vote was marred by fraud allegations, the electorate is split ahead of Sunday’s poll: will the country return the socialist MAS party of exiled leader Evo Morales to power? A private tutor to the rich and anxious reveals the costs—to students and tutors—of heightened academic pressure. And a new book yields a cat’s-eye view of 18th-century London.

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  • This Morning with Gordon Deal October 20, 2020
    ThisMorning
    35:46
    News & Politics
    77

    Presidential candidates’ microphones to be muted in parts of final debate, Pelosi, Mnuchin work to reach deal before Tuesday deadline, and this 14-year-old girl won a $25K prize for a discovery that could lead to a cure for Covid-19.

  • LISTEN: Crown chairman Helen Coonan concedes casino giant "enabled" money laundering
    PeterRyan
    04:48
    Business
    84

    The board of Crown Resorts is meets today as the company reels from damaging new admissions about money laundering at its Melbourne casino. Crown chairman Helen Coonan has conceded the casino giant "enabled" money laundering while denying it turned a blind eye to criminal activity. ABC's Peter Ryan says three Crown directors face a protest vote at tomorrow's annual general meeting. Featured: Helen Coonan, Crown chairman; Patricia Bergin SC, inquiry chairman; Peter Ryan, ABC

  • 77. Changing The Mindset That Keeps Us Average
    Real AF with Andy Frisella
    17:05
    0

    Have you or a loved one ever uttered the words, "I'm so busy"? If so, you may be highly ineffective, unorganized, and mentally soft. The reality is, it doesn't matter how many hours you work in a week; what matters is the results you produce. On today's episode, Andy shares a strategy that will increase your effectiveness, which will allow you to produce the results necessary for success.

  • The Economist Asks: Martin Amis
    The Economist
    33:12
    News & Politics
    0

    The British novelist tells host Anne McElvoy how anyone can become “an expert on words”. She asks Amis, who first became famous when he published "The Rachel Papers" in 1973 in his mid-twenties, why he never reads young authors and new books now. As he enters his seventies and after writing 14 novels, could "Inside Story" be his last? Also, what does the Statue of Liberty mean to him today?

     

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  • This Morning with Gordon Deal October 19, 2020
    ThisMorning
    35:06
    News & Politics
    77

    President Trump and Nancy Pelosi talk relief but no deal, daily U.S. coronavirus cases fall below 60,000, and paralyzed South Dakota high school senior scores touchdown in one of team's final games.

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