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  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 11.20.20
    Sprott Money News
    24:04
    7,792

    Sprott Money contributor David Brady joins us this week as Eric takes a few weeks off from the WWU to spend some time with his family. David shares valuable insight on the precious metals and the mining shares.

  • Germany’s Economic Recovery
    Goldman Sachs
    18:03
    Business
    0

    Wolfgang Fink, CEO of Germany and Austria for Goldman Sachs, talks about why Germany’s economy has weathered the pandemic better than that of many of its European neighbors and what’s ahead on the road to recovery. 

  • Avsnitt 378 - Missade TV-pucken
    Börspodden
    36:26
    3,257

    IPO-fest på börsen där Nordnet blir granskad i sömmarna av Johan som number crunchar sig igenom prospektet. John har på egen hand moderniserat podden men frågan är till vilken nytta. Chilikryddor, ny byggteknik och datorspel. Sen har tusentals småsparare världen över gjort bort sig och det verkar som om båda poddarna missat TV-pucken. Det och mycket mer. Lyssna! Börspoddens huvudsponsor är CMC Markets, besök dom på cmcmarkets.se

  • Vaccine Progress and What’s Next
    Goldman Sachs
    09:56
    Business
    0

    Salveen Richter, lead analyst for the US Biotechnology sector in Goldman Sachs Research, talks about Pfizer’s clinical-trial results for its COVID-19 vaccine and the obstacles that still lie ahead for FDA approval and widespread distribution.

  • Markets Update: The Bull Run in 2021
    Goldman Sachs
    12:00
    585

    Goldman Sachs Research remains confident about the global recovery in 2021, says Peter Oppenheimer, the firm’s chief global equity strategist. “We are optimistic for equity markets, risk assets and indeed the economy,” Oppenheimer says in this episode, and goes on to explain why he thinks the current bull market is transitioning from a “hope” phase to a “growth” phase. “As we move forwards in time, we do expect to see more even returns globally – less so than extreme outperformance of the US,” says Oppenheimer. “We would expect people to be diversifying more by country, region and by industry.”

  • Tom Lister, Co-Managing Partner of Permira
    Goldman Sachs
    13:00
    871

    In this episode, Permira Co-Managing Partner Tom Lister discusses the three sectors he is focused on in the investing landscape, why he thinks it is important to sell ahead of an investment’s top performance, and why resilience is a key trait of great investors. The interview is moderated by Alison Mass, chairman of Goldman Sachs' Investment Banking Division. This podcast should not be copied, distributed, published or reproduced, in whole or in part, or disclosed by any recipient to any other person. The information contained in this podcast does not constitute a recommendation from any Goldman Sachs entity to the recipient. Neither Goldman Sachs nor any of its affiliates makes any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the statements or any information contained in this podcast and any liability therefore (including in respect of direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage) is expressly disclaimed. The views expressed in this podcast are not necessarily those of Goldman Sachs, and Goldman Sachs is not providing any financial, economic, legal, accounting or tax advice or recommendations in this podcast. In addition, the receipt of this podcast by any recipient is not to be taken as constituting the giving of investment advice by Goldman Sachs to that recipient, nor to constitute such person a client of any Goldman Sachs entity. Copyright 2020 Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC. All rights reserved.

  • Editor’s Picks: November 23rd 2020
    The Economist
    20:04
    News & Politics
    0

    A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, remaking the British state, the China strategy America needs (08:27) and consultants of swing (14:56)



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  • Checks and Balance: Not going gentle
    The Economist
    40:51
    News & Politics
    0

    Donald Trump’s long-held aversion to admitting defeat leaves America with an unprecedented scenario: an incumbent president thwarting the transition to a new administration. How harmful is Donald Trump’s refusal to concede?


    In this episode we find out how a presidential transition is meant to work, how the current upheaval falls short, and how Richard Nixon dealt with a disputed election. 


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


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  • Playing his Trump cards: Biden’s China policy
    The Economist
    22:18
    News & Politics
    129

    The tone of America’s president-elect on China changed markedly through the campaign; his policies, at least at the outset, may differ little from those of his predecessor. We examine the stark racial disparities in covid-19 outcomes around the world. And the clever use of a waste product to make a better takeaway coffee cup.

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  • Douglas Parker
    Goldman Sachs
    15:57
    375

    In this episode, Douglas Parker discusses his strategy for navigating American Airlines through the most difficult period in the industry’s history, his focus on sustainability, and how the pandemic could transform the future of travel. This podcast should not be copied, distributed, published or reproduced, in whole or in part, or disclosed by any recipient to any other person. The information contained in this podcast does not constitute a recommendation from any Goldman Sachs entity to the recipient. Neither Goldman Sachs nor any of its affiliates makes any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the statements or any information contained in this podcast and any liability therefore (including in respect of direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage) is expressly disclaimed. The views expressed in this podcast are not necessarily those of Goldman Sachs, and Goldman Sachs is not providing any financial, economic, legal, accounting or tax advice or recommendations in this podcast. In addition, the receipt of this podcast by any recipient is not to be taken as constituting the giving of investment advice by Goldman Sachs to that recipient, nor to constitute such person a client of any Goldman Sachs entity. Copyright 2020 Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC. All rights reserved.

  • På privatspararens sida - Aktiespararnas vd Joacim Olsson - Sparpodden 367
    #Sparpodden
    37:29
    11,436

    Veckans podd gästas av Joacim som är sedan några år tillbaka vd på Aktiespararna. Vi pratar vikten om opinionsbildande och hur man påverkar politiker, börsbolag och banker. Dessutom pratar vi om Uppdragsanalysens vara eller icke vara. Intressekonflikterna, varför det är mer köp än sälj rekommendationer och rimligheten i det.

  • Undercut a deal: the threat to Afghan peace
    The Economist
    20:05
    News & Politics
    0

    Peace talks continue in Doha but on the ground the Taliban are consolidating control. America’s rush to withdraw its forces could undo the good work of getting them to the negotiating table. As DoorDash heads to a public listing, we look at the rapidly shifting fortunes of the food-delivery business. And why golf has a long-shot problem.

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  • Client Call: Macro Outlook 2021
    Goldman Sachs
    56:21
    Business
    0

    Jan Hatzius, Chief Economist for Goldman Sachs, and Alec Phillips, Chief Political Economist, discuss the outlook for economic recovery and the impact of the US election on global growth in 2021. This podcast leverages a Goldman Sachs Research client call, hosted the morning of November 9th, 2020. 

  • The Economist Asks: Sonia Friedman
    The Economist
    27:48
    News & Politics
    0

    The West End and Broadway producer says visiting closed theatres during the lockdown brought her to tears. Now that an effective vaccine is on the horizon, Anne McElvoy asks Friedman what it will take for theatre curtains to rise again. And, after the pandemic how much does it cost to restart a hit show like Harry Potter and the Cursed Child? 


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  • Babbage: A grand bargain for tech
    The Economist
    22:56
    News & Politics
    0

    Is it time for a new, global politics of technology? Democratic countries need to establish a robust alternative to China’s autocratic technosphere. The news about potential covid-19 vaccines keeps getting better; we assess how the leading candidates differ. And, is there really phosphine on Venus? Kenneth Cukier hosts 


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  • Focus on pharma as vaccines offer hope for 2021 / Brexit decision time
    Inside Business with Ciaran Hancock
    38:15
    Business
    0

    With good news on the Covid-19 vaccine front, we look at the companies who have developed vaccines so far, what they mean for the pharma industry and what they mean for the economy. Ciaran talks to Ian Hunter, equity analyst with Canton Fitzgerald and Dominic Coyle of The Irish Times. Plus: Naomi O'Leary on Brexit talks. What are the barriers to a last-minute deal?

  • Concession stand: Trump’s intransigence
    The Economist
    21:14
    News & Politics
    0

    America’s outgoing president is sticking with an insidious fiction, lashing out at those who deny it. That frustrates a stable handover of power—and will cost lives. Egypt has a long-standing problem with sexual harassment and abuse. A reckoning has begun this year, revealing some deeply conservative views among both men and women. And why streaming-era television programmes have got so long.

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  • Quit it cold, Turkey: policy tightens at last
    The Economist
    21:15
    News & Politics
    0

    Now that the economic reins have been taken back from the president’s son-in-law, the country is making the right policy noises—and just in time. China’s anti-poverty drive is not disinterested charity; it is about transforming citizens’ thoughts. And chronicling Pepe the Frog’s descent into alt-right memedom.

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  • This Morning with Gordon Deal November 23, 2020
    ThisMorning
    34:56
    News & Politics
    163

    AstraZeneca vaccine can be 90% effective, Joe Biden picks Antony Blinken for Secretary of State, and majority of Americans say they got the worst sleep in 2020.

  • Money Talks: Lukewarm RCEPtion
    The Economist
    25:50
    News & Politics
    0

    China is in, America and India are out; is the world’s biggest trade agreement a triumph for rules-based trade or a step towards a new world order? Donald Trump’s last nominations to the Federal Reserve could help secure his legacy—and limit Mr Biden’s ability to fix the country’s economic problems. And, the candy-pink Swedish unicorn hoping to work its magic in America. Patrick Lane hosts 


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