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The latest business news from Radio New Zealand News.
Chaque jour sur RFI, vivez la mutation de l'économie africaine. Chefs d'entreprises, décideurs, africains de tous bords et de toute condition témoignent dans Afrique Economie, votre rendez-vous de l'Economie africaine sur RFI. *** La chronique Afrique Economie diffusée le dimanche est remplacée par l'Afrique en marche.
News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
"Nightly Business Report produced by CNBC" (NBR) is an award-winning and highly-respected nightly business news program that airs on public television. Television’s longest-running evening business news broadcast, "NBR" features in-depth coverage and analysis of the biggest financial news stories of the day and access to some of the world’s top business leaders and policy makers. Co-anchored by award-winning journalists Susie Gharib and Tyler Mathisen, NBR produced by CNBC will explain the day’s leading stories in a comprehensive and accessible way to a wide-ranging audience.
Join Sherman Kaplan and Kris Kridel as they discuss the economy and financial markets with some of the nation's top experts
The latest business and finance news from around the world from the BBC
Marketplace from American Public Media is the premier business news show on public radio. Host Kai Ryssdal and the Marketplace team deliver news that matters, from your wallet to Wall Street. Online at Marketplace.org.
MarketFoolery is a fast-paced look at the day's top business and investing stories.
Focus economia è il programma quotidiano dedicato all'approfondimento dei temi dell'attualità dell'economia e della finanza, realizzato con i protagonisti della giornata economico finanziaria e il contributo di giornalisti e analisti de Il Sole 24 ORE. L'obiettivo della trasmissione è di spiegare e analizzare, in termini comprensibili anche "ai non addetti ai lavori", i temi più interessanti della giornata. Appuntamento fisso per i commenti a caldo pochi minuti dopo la chiusura della Borsa.
Michael McKee and Tom Keene have the economy and the markets "under surveillance."
BFM is a 24 hr independent radio station based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia focused on business news and current affairs. Core programs include business news, market reports from Malaysia and other regions and interviews with various business personalities.
Hear breaking economic, business and market news as it happens, around the globe. Karen Moskow hosts.
NPR's top stories about business, money, Wall Street, companies, and the economy that you can't miss. Subscribe to the Business Story of the Day RSS feed.
毎日夕方に15分生放送。 （月）「世界の経済・政治ニュースから」 （火）「小次郎講師のトレードスクール『基礎編』 ～株・FX・コモディティに使える～」 （水）「コモディティ・マーケットの見通し」 （木）「岡安盛男のFXトレンド」 （金）「投資経験者のためのα情報」 と、日替わりで最新の投資情報をお届けします。 いちはやくライブで、いつでもオンデマンドやポッドキャストでお聴きください。 キャスターは山本郁、大橋ひろこ、袰川有希が担当いたします。
Revue de la presse économique
Dès les premières heures du jour, toute la rédaction de BFM est mobilisée pour présenter en direct, autour de Stéphane Soumier, le plus grand show matinal consacré à l'économie. Du lundi au vendredi de 6h à 9h : grands patrons, responsables politiques, managers en pointe, ils sont tous les matins en direct à l'antenne pour décrypter leur stratégie ou commenter l'actualité. GOOD MORNING BUSINESS, la garantie de tout savoir, tout connaître sur l'actu business avant d'aller travailler !
Nicolas Doze est éditorialiste à BFM TV et BFM Business. C'est en octobre 2001 qu'il intègre BFM Radio, après cinq années passées au sein de la rédaction économique de Radio Classique. Depuis le début de sa carrière, dont quatorze années en matinale avec Réveil au cœur de la nuit, il se consacre au suivi quotidien de l'actualité économique et financière.
Frank Mottek is the voice of business news in LA. An award-winning broadcast journalist with more than 25 years of experience, Frank anchors the business reports on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO and hosts the KNX Business Hour, weekdays at 1pm.
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
Industrial Info Resources provides daily industry news on the global industrial marketplace with topics that focus on project expenditures, plant and corporate trends, and contract awards. Our news is exclusive to industrialinfo.com which is produced by our research experts located in the U.S., China, South America, Africa, Australia and Europe. Subscribe to this podcast and listen to a brief overview of the news articles published for the day. Further details can be accessed at www.industrialinfo.com.
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Retrouvez tous les podcasts de la RTBF.be pour "Ecomatin".
Ogni sabato mattina alle 9 su Radio Number One, condotta dal giornalista Claudio Chiari, viene trasmessa la rubrica “Controcorrente – L'Italia che cresce”: due minuti e mezzo per scoprire quali aziende, su tutto il territorio coperto dalle frequenze di Radio Number One, hanno sperimentato nuove strade e nuovi mercati, con un tornaconto in termini di produttività e guadagni.
Écoutez les tout de suite avant qu'on vous l'apprenne demain... Les coulisses des entreprises avec la rédaction du magazine Chalenges. Du lundi au vendredi à 6h35.
Le zoom éco, un fait sur l'actualité financière par Axel de Tarlé.
Stay on top of the latest headlines from the Wall Street Journal Online.
每期选取三个热点话题，邀请知名专家、学者共同解读宏观政策，分析产业发展，讨论消费理念。主持人：张意 Lychee 关注微信订阅号 CRI Podcast 及时了解节目更新动态。
Revue de la presse économique
Some 260 million people spend about $10 billion annually at regional theme parks, and attendance is soaring. To attract more thrill-seekers, the parks have been adding bigger, faster rides.
Cédric Javault, directeur général de Telligo, était l'invité de Good Morning Business, du 5 août.
Pascal Fliche, directeur général du Parc Asterix était l'invité de Good Morning Business, du 5 août.
Yann Raoul, fondateur de KelBillet était l'invité de Good Morning Business, du 5 août.
News from the business sector including a market report.
En Éthiopie, 90% de la population vit encore en zone rurale. Pourtant, la capitale connaît depuis peu une explosion démographique. Le manque de logements et l'augmentation anarchique des prix deviennent un problème. Si le marché de l'immobilier est juteux, les promoteurs font face aux lourdeurs administratives et financières.
By Justine Boulo
By Justine Boulo
For the latest from the markets we're joined by James Malden at Macquarie Private Wealth.
Auckland Airport says two of its top senior managers have resigned following a review of the company's direction and strategy, which included executive remuneration. The chief executive of Auckland Airport, Adrian Littlewood, says the chief financial officer and company secretary, and the general manager of corporate affairs have decided to leave after many years of valuable service. He says Phil Neutze will be acting as the chief financial officer, Justine Hollows will act as the company secretary and Anna Cassels-Brown will act as the general manager of corporate affairs.
Intueri Education Group has lowered its forecast full year earnings by as much as 18 percent, due to lower demand for training and higher compliance costs. The vocational education provider says its underlying gross profit is expected to be between 27 and 29-million dollars for the year to December, compared with an earlier forecast of between 30 and 33-million, although it has no plans to change its dividend policy.
An economist says there's only one way Fonterra can go with its forecast payout to farmers this Friday - and that's down. Dairy prices plunged again in the latest global dairy auction, with the key whole milk powder price slipping more than 10 percent to nearly 16-hundred ($1,590) US dollars a metric tonne.
Contact Energy's share price has bounced around following Origin Energy's sale of its 53 percent stake at 4-dollars-65 a share. Contact's share price hit a high of 5-dollars-10 this morning, before falling back.
The labour market is starting to feel the effects of the slowing economy. Official figures show the pace of employment growth slowed, rising zero-point-3 percent to 2-point-36 million in the three months to June, while hours worked fell.
News and insight from the business world with Adam Parsons and David Jones, including consumer stories and a look at the financial markets. Plus updates on the morning's news. Text 85058 [standard rate]. Download the podcast - bbc.co.uk/5live.
Stronger and more durable than steel, this glamorous metal crops up in sportscars, hip replacements and jewellery - but a new chemical process hopes one day to make it as common as steel. Prof Andrea Sella explains why this relatively widespread chemical element is so difficult to extract from its ore. Presenter Laurence Knight then heads to Yorkshire, where metallurgy pioneers Metalysis are trying to commercialise a novel way of doing just that - the so-called FFC Process. We also visit Epsom hospital, south of London, where orthopaedic surgery head Philip Mitchell explains why titanium makes such great bone implants, and Philip Dewhurst of mineral consultancy Roskill casts doubts on whether titanium will ever become cheap and ubiquitous, at least in his lifetime. (Picture: Hip implant; Credit: Photodisc/Thinkstock)
The US territory of Puerto Rico is formally in default. It managed to pay just a tiny fraction of the $58m it owed over the weekend - and it’s unlikely to pay the island's total public debt of $72bn. The Puerto Rican government insists that it has not defaulted under a technical definition of the term, but the Moody's rating agency disagrees. We speak to Dante Disparte, a Puerto Rican risk analyst now based in Washington, DC. A little over a year ago, Russia imposed a ban on EU food products in response to Western sanctions over its involvement in Ukraine. For Poland's fruit farmers, this meant sour grapes and rotten apples - 55% of Polish apples were sold to Russia before the ban. The BBC's Adam Easton is in Poland to find out if there's any way around the embargo. It's a year until the summer Olympics begin in Brazil - the first time the games have been held in South America. But the question asked before last year's World Cup echoes again - will Brazil be ready? The BBC's Wyre Davies...
Nightly Business Report - August 04, 2015
Join Sherman Kaplan and Kris Kridel as they discuss the latest in-flight entertainment options airlines are now offering passengers, the impact of new EPA rules and Apple shares as they break through some key bearish technical thresholds.
Puerto Rico pays just a fraction of its debts - effectively defaulting on bond payments.
If you're a government enterprise, what's the surest way to get Congress to leave you alone? Make lots and lots of money. Plus, in environmental news, there's one loser in the Obama Administration’s rules for limiting carbon-dioxide emissions: natural gas.
A brief update of movements in the financial sector
Wall Street is lower after a mixed bag of earnings reports.
The economic forecaster, Berl, says the falling dollar will help build a resilient and sustainable economy.
Fewer harsh storms and Christchurch earthquake claims have boosted earnings at the New Zealand arm of the Australian insurance firm, Suncorp.
An analyst says Origin Energy has sold Contact Energy at a cheap price in order to keep its debt down
Weaker Chinese demand appears to be spreading beyond dairy products, raising further concerns about the slowdown in the world's second biggest economy.
Global dairy prices have plunged once again.
CVS Health shares drop, despite strong Q2 profits. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, the $60-billion biotech, hits an all-time high. We discuss how to start investing in biotechnology stocks, and why Tommy’s Pizza has the best wings in New Jersey.
US territory Puerto Rico missed a crucial debt deadline. US airlines ban big game trophies after Cecil death. And why holidays can leave you more stressed than before you went.
HIV is one of the most complex and threatening infectious disease we face. In the last a decade however, new infections have been decreasing as better anti-HIV drugs become more available. Here to tell us more about the virus and treatments for it is Prof Sharon Lewin, Director of Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity in Australia. Lewin explains how the HIV can hide in our bodies for years and how the antiretroviral drugs work.
The economy, ageing population and national identity are three issues Singapore must work on if it is to thrive in the next few decades, says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Will the formula that has worked so well in the past half-century continue to serve it in the future? As the city-state prepares to celebrate 50 years of independence, we ask Michael Vatikiotis, the Asia Regional Director for the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, a think tank that aims to resolve conflicts, about the challenges ahead.
A locally written and produced English-language musical by a company that describes itself as offering a platform for ‘Soul-Based Creators/Energisers to showcase/exercise their creativity while simultaneously building a holistic and diverse Community.’ It has a mission to ‘inspire rapid Change amongst the world’s population towards a Better Way of Living’ and add to that, to be ‘an avenue for these powerful Creators to step forward/up as the new Leaders of this New World’. A tall order for art and art practitioners. The director and team tell how the musical, ‘Sand’ fulfills this mission.
According to recent studies, cyber security has now become the number-one concern of corporate boards. These threats aren’t just for the IT guys anymore, if we have learn anything from previous breaches that security should be built in and not bolted on. Enterprises today are very much concerned about their cyber security threats protection as many have already been badly hit with breaches. Jeff Sandhu speaks Brian Stafford, Executive Director, CEO & President for Diligent to talk about pressing topics like global and regional trends in the Software as a Service market and threats facing corporate boardrooms.
Last week, several senior executives of Bank Negara met with forex dealers to discourage them from selling the ringgit. This tactic is called gentle suasion, or moral suasion. The Morning Run team debates if it actually works.
When it comes to where and how a woman gives birth, it’s now as much about what the soon-to-be mother wants and what a doctor can provide. Crucially, it’s also about writing it all down to ensure that everybody understands what needs to happen, and a birth goes as smoothly as possible. This is the birth plan. Dr. Norshida Brahim, consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist from Columbia Asia Hospital Cheras, explains the importance of coming up with a birth plan and how to write a good one.
Join us as we spin you our weekly collection of jazz music, sweeping across multiple sub-genres, comprising of both contemporary & classic compositions. -- Malia & Eric Truffaz - Ywllow Daffodils Jill Scott - Closure Zara McFarlane - Plain Gold Ring Henri Texier - Les LaBas (Bonobo Remix) Photay - These Fruits, These Vegetables Tennyson - False Enemy (Of Mary Tudor) Taylor McFerrin - Already There Shards Of Reason - The Saturday Bridge Takuya Koroda - Afro Blues Erykah Badu - Appletree
- Ringgit revisits pre-peg level as commodity price slips- Will Malaysia's capital market's activity level off?- Hunza: KTT Holdings asked to revise offer price
While perseverance seems to be the hallmark of every successful person whose story we have heard, is hard work and a ‘never say die’ attitude all it really takes? Ong Eu Jin, author of The History of Success, delves into the past to explore real events that catapulted some of history’s most famous figures from unknown depths to stratospherical heights of success. We start the series by taking a look at the personal journey of great creative minds like Van Gogh and JK Rowling.
- China liberalizes economy pre-IMF inclusion- Don't Stand so Close to Me, ASEAN's anxiety over China's Territorial Ambitions- MBSB and Muamalat one step closer to building a home- MISC Q2 earnings bouyant
Why haven't doctors themselves stored their children's cord blood? Are there truths to stem cell research? Are private cell banks better than public banks? How many cases have stem cell regeneration helped? New mothers, is it your right to store this?