Best Daily Business News podcasts (updated May 27, 2015). 24-7 trading chatter and business news.
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.
The latest business news from Radio New Zealand News.
"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
Analysis of the big global business and economic issues, as they affect consumers and investors. Broadcast on weekdays.
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.
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.
Michael McKee and Tom Keene have the economy and the markets "under surveillance."
Hear breaking economic, business and market news as it happens, around the globe. Karen Moskow hosts.
Demystifying the world of money - Business Daily and In the Balance examine the big issues facing the global economy and look at what the analysis and the business jargon really mean.
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.
Award-winning business, economic and personal finance news with Adam Parsons and Mickey Clark. Broadcast live every weekday morning at 5.15am on BBC Radio 5 live.
Key global business news in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with live guests and contributors from Asia where the day is beginning and the USA where the day's business is coming to an end.
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.
Stay on top of the latest headlines from the Wall Street Journal Online.
Stories featured in this segment: Great Plains Energy Incorporated (NYSE:GXP), Westar Energy Incorporated (NYSE:WR), Spectra Energy Corporation (NYSE:SE), Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (NYSE:CBI), Abengoa (NASDAQ:ABGB), Waste Management (NYSE:MN), Waste Connections (NYSE:WCN), Fluor Corporation (NYSE:FLR)
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite at First NZ Capital.
Energy Mad says it's confident a major restructuring of the business will lead to profitable growth, after returning another soft, full year financial performance.
The insurance and finance company, Turners, has more than doubled its profit following acquisitions.
Metro Performance Glass says it's missed its full year sales target due to constraints in the construction industry.
The casino operator, Sky City Entertainment, says its revenue has risen by nearly a fifth, since the start of the second half of its financial year.
The transport firm, Mainfreight, has reported record sales and earnings, but its boss is still disappointed.
Nightly Business Report - May 26, 2015
Join Sherman Kaplan and Regine Schlesinger as they discuss the sell-off on Wall Street, dispel the myths about airfares and talk about the business of Hollywood.
The first person to be brought to trial for his alleged involvement in the Libor-rigging scandal is accused of acting dishonestly and with greed in the opening day of the trial, and Time Warner Cable merges with Charter in a deal worth over $78bn. Plus a look at the markets with Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading in Chicago.
Dow tumbles 190 points as dollar soars overseas. Charter announces $55B merger deal with Time Warner Cable.
Airing on Tuesday, May 26, 2015: Prices are up for sales of both existing houses and new houses, suggesting that no matter how hard it is to afford a house these days, there are more buyers than sellers, leaving a lot of room for new construction. But are there just not enough houses available? We explore. Next: a much more even match in the cable industry. Charter has purchased Time Warner for $55 billion. So what will these giants do to keep consumers around? We take a look.
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Wall Street is down after a series of positive data suggests a rate hike is likely in the near term in the US.
China is grappling with its housing market, like many countries.
Green Cross Health's full year profit has fallen, due to a weaker performance from its core pharmacy business and its medical services arm.
Orion Health says the company is on track to meet its growth targets in the United States, despite a slowdown in revenue from its North American business over the past year.
A deterioration in dairy exports to China has pushed the annual trade deficit to a six year high.
The future viability of Solid Energy is still in doubt.
The general insurer, Tower, is picking premiums to rise more slowly in the coming year.
The economic forecaster, the Institute of Economic Research, is picking interest rates are on hold until the middle of 2017.
Investors will hear more from Sky City Entertainment this week over how the casino operator plans to fund its controversial convention centre in Auckland.
Charter Communications bids $55 billion for Time Warner Cable, but will Uncle Sam approve the deal? Priceline makes another investment in China. Twitter mulls another acquisition as the Periscope app becomes available for Android users.
The US retailer bows to anger over how much tax it pays in Europe. Vocal critic Margaret Hodge of the UK Parliament's Public Accounts Committee welcomes a move that will see the company pay tax in the UK and other European countries, rather than diverting sales through low-tax Luxembourg. Also in the programme, as anti-austerity parties gain new ground in Spain, we hear about Ada Colau, the woman who went from street protester to major political force. As India's heatwave claims more lives, in some places people are being told not to work between 10am and 4pm. But the BBC's Zubair Ahmed explains that's advice that many of the country's poorest people just can't afford to take. And in New York, we ask whether the city's 'hydroponic' urban farms can teach global agriculture a lesson in how to use less water. Plus, no laughing matter - the buskers of Oxford are in revolt, after being threatened with a $1,500 fine for failing to smile.
Stories featured in this segment: United States Steel Corporation (NYSE:X), Steel Dynamics Incorporated (NASDAQ:STLD), Nucor Corporation (NYSE:NUE), Deere & Company (NYSE:DE), Entergy Corporation (NYSE:ETR)
London, New York and Mumbai - three cities where the cost of buying or renting a home is out of reach for many. Why can't the market supply more affordable housing? Manuela Saragosa speaks, among others, to Stephen Howlett, head of the Peabody Trust - a charity that provides affordable homes in London - to Daniel Bentley of right-wing think tank Civitas, who advocates limiting foreign investors from buying up property in the UK, and to Adam Challis, head of residential property research at the British property managers Jones Lang LaSalle. Meanwhile Jonathan Woetzel of consultants McKinsey explains why this is a global phenomenon affecting cities both rich and poor.
In today's digital age it's easy to forget about paper, but as one paper pusher says, "a paperless society is about as plausible as a paperless bathroom."
David Cameron has kicked off a charm offensive to win support for European Union reforms. He met Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, at Chequers, before embarking on a tour of European capitals. We look at his chances of winning support on the continent. Pre-payment meters can make energy more expensive and yet a 5 Live investigation has found large numbers are being fitted forcibly under a court order. And, Norwich City have made it to the Premiership - we assess the riches in store for the club - and the challenges.
At least 500 people are reported to have died in a heatwave sweeping India. We speak to BBC Hindi reporter Avinash Dutt in Delhi. As avian flu affects almost 40 million birds in the US, we hear about the resulting egg shortage, and how some companies are hoping to offer alternatives. In Hong Kong, children as young as six months old are being put through special training to get into the top kindergartens - we interview the boss of one such facility. And the BBC's Theo Leggett finds out whether 3D printing is living up to the hype. We're joined throughout the programme by Diana Furchtgott-Roth, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research in Washington DC and in Singapore by David Kuo of the Motley Fool.
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Angus Marks at First NZ Capital
The Financial Markets Authority says its annual review of the NZX has found the sharemarket operator has complied with all the rules to ensure the markets are fair, orderly and transparent.
Orion Health has recorded a loss of 60-point 8-million dollars in the year to March. That's well-above the previous year's 1 point 4 million dollar loss.
The general insurer, Tower, has reported a half year loss, due to setting more money aside to cover Canterbury earthquake-related claims.
A fall in exports has not stopped the country recording a better than expected trade surplus. Official figures show exports exceeded imports by 123-million dollars in April.
Shares in Sky City Entertainment have dipped slightly after the casino operator revealed a smaller and more expensive convention centre in Auckland.
Nightly Business Report - May 25, 2015
Tonight on the show we invited the one and only, voice of BFM - Joe Hasham. We managed to sit down for a few minutes and talk about how he chased his wife for a while, and encouraging the development of the performing arts here in Malaysia. Rich and Joe also had a bit of a heart-to-heart about what life can be life with a stutter. For the record Joe scored a decent 10 points on Smartypants.
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
The superhero comic has always had a tradition of commenting upon American public opinion and government policy. From the very first issue of Captain America, which saw our titular hero punching out Adolf Hitler to Marvel’s divisive Civil War, the comic book has often provided a stark perspective on the issues that plague the popular discourse. Umapagan Ampikaipakan speaks to Marc DiPaolo, Associate Professor of English and Film at Oklahoma City University, about superheroes and how they’ve come to reflect the politics of their time.
Malaysia was faced with a huge humanitarian crisis a few weeks ago when over 1,000 Rohingya and Bangladeshi refugees from Myanmar landed illegally on Langkawi Island. And there were about 6,000 more on boats that were kept on Malaysian and Indonesian high seas, with provisions provided by both countries before sending them away to drift. Malaysia has since announced it will provide humanitarian assistance, provided the international community take necessary steps to repatriate them in a year. But shouldn't we have provided humanitarian assistance immediately instead of turning them away? The Evening Edition had the Malaysian Institute of Debating and Public Speaking over to debate the topic.
In Europe, shares have fallen, with Spanish and Greek stock markets hit by investor concerns about Greece's debt.
Now to firm that may fly under the radar, the app firm, Intilecta, has its eyes on the United States to sell its technology.
The shower and tapware maker, Methven, is forecasting annual profit growth of up to a quarter, thanks to new products and expansion in China.