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This podcast gives you a smart, cool headed and down to earth wrap on the latest finance and investing news from Australia & around the world. Investing legends Scott Phillips and Andrew Page walk you through what’s really going on and what you need to know to make great financial decisions. Subscribe to get your regular fix of BS-free money advice. Sign up for the newsletter at fool.com.au/triplem For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 90 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa. Please read our disclaimer here: https://research.rabobank.com/far/en/footer/di ...
 
The Lucky Country is an insider’s outside view of Australia’s most important political and economic debates. Hosted by The Australia Institute’s Chief Economist Richard Denniss, The Lucky Country is a weekly podcast from Schwartz Media which applies common sense to complex issues.
 
The Australian Finance Podcast is your guide to sorting out your finances, one episode at a time. Owen & Kate bring you actionable strategies and knowledge that you can put into practice today. Save money, invest better and live life on your terms. New to the show? We recommend that you head back to our Starter Pack series of the podcast in Jan/Feb 2022, to get your head around some really important concepts! More advanced listeners might enjoy our other show, The Australian Investors Podcas ...
 
Property Investory is a podcast bringing you the latest stories, life experiences and case studies from Australia’s most innovative people. Your host Tyrone Shum will begin to explore the daily lives, influences, and worst and best moments of his guests. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced investor, this podcast will bring you the latest stories, strategies, and case studies from Australia’s most innovative property experts such as Jan Somers, Steve McKnight, Cherie Barber, Margaret ...
 
Craig Cobb hosts The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast unpacking his 13 years plus experience in traditional stock markets, FX, commodities and bonds (as well as over 6 years as a mentor to tens of thousands of traders), TraderCobb has worked with some of the biggest names in trading. Featured across network TV shows in Australia, presenting his knowledge to traders, TraderCobb and his team are dedicated to bringing a new standard of education to the cryptocurrency marketplace. NOTE: This is not fi ...
 
The Australian Investors Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast (Wednesday & Saturday), featuring laid back but intelligent short- and long-form conversations about markets, business, psychology, lessons learned and investment process. At Rask, our goal is to bring you the best insights, information and proven strategies to help you invest your time and money. | | ** Join The Intelligent Investor & save ** This podcast is brought to you by The Intelligent Investor, Australia's premier investment res ...
 
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How To Money Australia

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Remember all that stuff that they didn’t teach you in school? No? Well, How To Money is here to discuss everything from taxes to first jobs to superannuation. Join Kate as she takes on the task of demystifying the confusing world of money, and kickstart your own financial future. The How To Money podcast is hosted by Kate Campbell. Kate is passionate about helping young Australians kickstart their personal finance journey, by giving them the tools and resources they need to take control of t ...
 
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Nominal Interest

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Economics Student Society of Australia (ESSA)

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Nominal Interest is the brand new podcast by the Economics Student Society of Australia (ESSA). Each week, on Wednesdays at 7:00, we plan to dissect the news of the week in the worlds of politics, economics, pop culture and everything in between. We hope to bring an engaging, accessible and novel approach to the big stories as they happen, and we’re looking forward to joining in the discussion with you.
 
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The BIP Show is a regular look at markets and economics hosted by James Whelan of VFS Group and featuring top analysts, leading investors, and key decision-makers. Business, investing, and policy -- that's what we're here to talk about. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-bip-show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Less BS. Yep, less Bank Stuff, more real stuff. Listen in on what issues are affecting WA’s economy, how small business owners are overcoming challenges, or learn what we’re doing in the tech space. You decide – which playlist interests you? Bankwest provides personal and business banking solutions for more than 1.1 million retail and business customers across Australia. Bankwest customers enjoy access to an extensive network of stores and business centres, direct and third party distributio ...
 
The Financial Services Council represents Australia's retail and wholesale funds management businesses, superannuation funds, life insurers, financial advisory networks and licensed trustee companies. The Council has more than 100 members who are responsible for investing more than $2.8 trillion on behalf of 13million Australians. The pool of funds under management is larger than Australia’s GDP and the capitalisation of the Australian Securities Exchange and is the fourth largest pool of ma ...
 
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The Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI) is an independent, non-partisan research institute established in 2014 by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Chinese studies centres exist in other Australian universities. UTS:ACRI, however, is Australia’s first and only research institute devoted to studying the relationship of these countries. UTS:ACRI seeks to inform Australia’s engagement with China through research, analysis and dialogue grounded in scholarly rigour. The ACRI Podca ...
 
Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s Global Economic & Markets Research team will cover off on the latest market and economic news and dive deep into the big issues impacting the Australian and global economy. Information in this podcast is of a general nature only. It does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs and does not constitute personal financial advice.
 
Each year since 1959, the ABC has sparked conversation about critical ideas with the Boyer Lectures. The 2020 Boyer Lecture series is called 'Rebooting Australia: How ethical entrepreneurs can help shape a better future' and is presented by philanthropist and business leader Dr Andrew Forrest AO.
 
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Communities in Control is Australia's biggest and best annual gathering of community sector workers, volunteers and supporters - each year bringing together a stellar list of the world's brightest speakers and hundreds of people who work in or care about community to listen, debate, network, exchange strategies, and recharge. Communities in Control is convened by The Institute of Community Directors Australia. VISIT: www.communitiesincontrol.com.au for further information about the conferenc ...
 
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Bitcoin yet again fails to gain my confidence in its slow grind higher, it certainly isn't what cryptotraders want to see. ETH has been strong and has a ripper daily trend so waiting for a pullback to cradle is my play, BNB is the same and AVAX joins that group as well. DOGE and SHIBA took off, god knows why but they did. XRP, TRX, and dot all look…
 
With mortgage rates going up, the cost of living rising and the feeling of uncertainty in the air, it is high time we got back to basics and discuss some ways to save money around the home. Considering a huge chunk of our pay each month goes to living costs like house repayments and groceries, there’s a lot of value in having these conversations. N…
 
Darryl Cracknell’s fascinating upbringing and background eventually led him into the property world. This episode takes us through his childhood to now, the choices made and lessons learned along the way, and taking the leap of faith he’s thankful for everyday. Coming from a mining manufacturing background, Darryl Cracknell took a chance to chase h…
 
Today marks one year since the Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan, and one man who has seen that shift up close is Fred Smith.Working at the Australian Embassy in Kabul, including on the evacuation of the airport, the singer-songwriter spoke to RN Breakfast in a personal capacity about his new tour, 'Sparrows of Kabul | Kabul Evacuation Anniv…
 
Kids around the country could have their curiosity sparked by Australia's annual celebration of science and technology, National Science Week.It comes as leaders in the science community attempt to tackle a major skills shortage in STEM sectors by elevating the situation ahead of next month's Jobs summit in Canberra.…
 
The federal government is promising to crack down on rorting of the national disability scheme, which it says is partly responsible for the scheme's soaring costs.Minister for the NDIS Bill Shorten says he's not satisfied that the existing levels of resources to crack down on fraud in the system is sufficient.Guest: Bill ShortenProducer: Tim Skelto…
 
Nationals Leader David Littleproud says it's 'pretty ordinary' that Former PM Scott Morrison had himself sworn into a number of portfolios during to pandemic, without notifying the public and members of his own party.He also says the co-hort that left his party at the election were women and the party has to own up to and face that.…
 
The Prime Minister is investigating the constitutional legality of the secret swearing in of former Prime Minister Scott Morrison to at least three portfolios during the height of the pandemic.The Chief Political Correspondent for The Conversation Michelle Grattan joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.Guest: Mich…
 
Novelist Salman Rushdie is recovering but remains in a serious condition, after being repeatedly stabbed at a literary event in upstate New York.A motive for the attack remains unclear but the author has been receiving death threats for decades, after Iran issued a Fatwa against him over his 1989 novel The Satanic Verses.…
 
There are fears violent rhetoric in the US could worsen after an armed man attacked an FBI field office last week. The man, who was fatally shot, is believed to be an extremist motivated by conspiracy theories relating to Trump's election loss and the recent search warrant executed at his Mar-a-Lago residence.…
 
Ben Davison reviews how Insiders failed to discuss one of the biggest political stories of the week; Scott Morrison SECRETLY making himself health and finance minister during the early stages of the COVID pandemic. Ben breaks down why Morrison might have done it, asks who knew and would Peter Dutton do the same if he gets the chance? Chris Bowen ga…
 
1. Tell your mayor to throw away the begging bowl2. Australia throws a tantrum while Indonesia acts like the adultPresented by Robert Barwick and Richard BardonContact PM Albanese to demand he abide by the Senate inquiry report and not appoint Stephen Conroy to the Australia Post board, but appoint representatives of the workforce and the LPOs inst…
 
Sam Fenwick is joined by Ralph Silva, broadcasting analyst from Yorkville University in Canada and Yoko Ishikura, a Professor at Hitotsubashi University and a member of the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network.People in the US are spending more than earlier in the year as the country's consumer sentiment survey results rise to a three-month high.M…
 
A new study has found that low socio-economic children who grew up in neighbourhoods where people have more friendships that cut across class and economic lines earn far more as adults. It’s a fascinating study that analysed 21 BILLION Facebook friendships.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
LIVE ASX reporting season coverage is back on The Australian Investors Podcast with Owen Rask and Drew Meredith, CFP covering the latest, greatest (and not-so greatest) ASX reports. Today, the investors cover Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA), AMP Limited (ASX: AMP), ResMed Inc (ASX: RMD) and more. Every week Owen & Drew will summarise 10 k…
 
Do you get a return on investment if you get a university or college degree? Does the taxpayer get an ROI for any subsidies provided? Economics Explored host Gene Tunny discusses how economists crunch the numbers on the ROI of education with his colleague Arturo Espinoza. Gene also gives an update on the US economy, covering the strong jobs growth …
 
Australia’s environment and water minister, Tanya Plibersek, talks to Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, about how Labor will decide which mines get approval and which don’t, whether or not the Albanese Labor government will institute a climate trigger — and how do we prepare for an eventual drought in Australia?…
 
Past and present federal treasurers voluntarily shackle themselves in the imaginary debt dungeon. We'd be happy to let them rot there, except they force the rest of us to suffer the real consequences of their flagellating fantasies. And so the current Australian Labor government refuses to spend enough to create the jobs that would lift all people …
 
Not many options for trends aside from the daily charts for cryptotraders as the market remains in chop land. Bitcoin had a terrible candle yesterday after being up nearly 4% at one stage, such a shame. ETH held positive ground and top with $1900, ADA, SOL, DOE, TRX, and XRP all look like squashed meat pies and DOT doesn't quite fit the bill even w…
 
The US Attorney General, Merrick Garland, has asked a court to unseal the unprecedented search warrant for Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump's residence in Florida. Allies of the former president have accused the FBI of raiding the property for political reasons but they haven't provided any evidence. Mr Garland, however, says upholding the rule of law mean…
 
Gas giant Shell is facing accusations it's trading excess LNG to its marketing hub in Singapore to avoid paying tax in Australia.Assistant Minister for Competition Dr Andrew Leigh says it's crucial to keep a close eye on marketing hubs, to make sure they're not tax avoidance schemes.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
The race to find Australia's favourite tree just went up a gear, with the top 20 trees revealed.And Artificial Intelligence was in the news again, after big tech company Meta released a chatbot that turned around and criticised both Meta and Mark Zuckerberg.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
Emma Thompson swaps costumes and sets for simple intimacy in her latest film - Good Luck to You, Leo Grande.Thompson plays Nancy, a retired teacher and widow looking for adventure and good sex opposite Daryl McCormack as Leo, a young and gentle sex worker.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
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