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JDfn™ - The PremiereTrade Market Wrap
 
Join the James Dicks Financial Network's senior traders as they give a detailed report of the day's market activity as well as upcoming events and possible reactions.
 
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JDFL's Podcast
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Explore the most popular things with me.
 
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WDFN - Sean and Terp
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Podcast exclusive content from Sean Baligian and Ryan Terpstra.
 
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WDFN - Morning Show
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WDFN Morning Show Podcasts
 
マーケの達人
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宣伝・広告・ブランディング・リサーチなどなど、身近なマーケティング用語は多数あり、知らず知らずのうちにマーケティングの世界にどっぷりと浸かっているにも関わらず余り知られていないマーケティング。そのマーケティングを商品開発や宣伝広告などの最前線で活躍されている方々から掘り起こします。
 
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D.N.A.ロックの殿堂 ~吉川晃司 Samurai Rock~
 
ROCKのDNAを伝承するキャリアアーティストが週替わりで、DJを担当するという画期的なラジオプログラム『D.N.A.ロックの殿堂』。四週目は吉川晃司が担当します。
 
日曜日の朝刊・世界を笑え!
 
100年に一度の金融危機、不景気、政界再編と騒ぐ世の中。そんな中、小泉、安倍、麻生とそれぞれの内閣と政策の特徴を捉え、政治に喝!を入れる社会風刺コント集団があります。彼らの名前は、ザ・ニュースペーパー。番組ではザ・ニュースペーパーをメイン・パーソナリティーに据え、リスナーの立場に立って、日本そして世界の“今”という時代を斬っていきます。
 
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D.N.A.ロックの殿堂 増子直純(怒髪天)
 
ROCKのDNAを伝承するキャリアアーティストが週替わりで、DJを担当するという画期的なラジオプログラム『D.N.A.ロックの殿堂』。二週目は増子直純(怒髪天)が担当します。
 
服部幸應の『食育の時間』
 
最近話題の『食育』。食文化の改善のため、『食育』の必要性を訴え続けてきた服部栄養専門学校校長・医学博士の服部幸應が、「食」にまつわる幅広い知識や常識を『食育』という観点からたのしくわかりやすくお話します。
 
【フラット35】 My Home My Life
 
食品会社に勤めるごくごくフツウのサラリーマン田中健一(30)が、愛する妻・美雪と、これから生まれてくる子供のために、マイホームを手に入れるまでの奮闘記ラジオドラマ。TOKYO FM/JFN 38局で、土曜10:50〜10:55にON AIRしています!
 
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COOL WOOD JAPAN PROJECT supported by 木材利用ポイント事務局
 
日本の木材を取り入れた生活は豊かで、楽しくて、カッコイイ!国産材を使うことは未来の日本の木の生活を創ること。しかも便利な制度「木材利用ポイント」もある。そんな日本のクールな木の暮らしの魅力を発信すべく、JFN全38局は「COOL WOOD JAPAN PROJECT」で、木材や国産材の多様な魅力と、「木材利用ポイント」についてお伝えしていきます。
 
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The economy added 94,000 non-farm payroll jobs last month down from the 170,000 added in October. As a result of strong employment growth in household survey, the unemployment rate was steady at 4.7%. Oil prices increased, as the U.S. government lobbied international powers not to back down on OPEC's second-largest producer, Iran, over its nucl ...…
 
The European Central Bank held its benchmark rate unchanged at 4 percent, despite surging inflation and a stronger euro. Earlier, The Bank of England cut its key rate by a quarter of a point to 5.5 percent, worried about a slowing economy. The Labor Department reported that applications for jobless benefits dipped by 15,000 last week to a total ...…
 
Congressional aides say the Bush administration has hammered out an agreement with industry to freeze interest rates for certain subprime mortgages for five years in an effort to combat a soaring tide of foreclosures. The Mortgage Bankers Association's index of applications to buy a home or refinance a loan increased 22.5 percent to 791.8, the ...…
 
According to a survey from the International Council of Shopping Centers and UBS Securities, chain-store sales for the week ended Dec. 1st rose 3.1% from the year-ago period. On a week-over-week basis, sales dropped 2%. Oil prices rose a bit today as investors placed bets on whether OPEC oil ministers would increase production during a meeting ...…
 
U.S. manufacturing expanded in November as new orders and production improved, but the pace of growth was a touch weaker than the prior month. The Institute for Supply Management reported that its manufacturing index registered 50.8 last month, down from 50.9 in October. If you've got a 7% adjustable mortgage that's about to skyrocket past 10%, ...…
 
According to the Chicago purchasing managers' index, most firms in the Chicago region were growing in November. The index improved to 52.9% in November from 49.7% in October. The Commerce Department reported that consumer spending edged up 0.2 percent in October, the weakest showing since a similar increase in June. Individual incomes grew by j ...…
 
A Department of Commerce report showed that new home sales rose 1.7 percent, but lower than expected, to an annual rate of 728,000 units in October from a revised 716,000 unit rate in the previous month. Economists had expected sales to come in at 750,000. The Labor Department reported that new applications filed for unemployment insurance rose ...…
 
Prices of existing U.S. single-family homes slumped 4.5 percent in the third quarter from a year earlier, matching a record decline from the previous period as the housing downturn deepened. Consumer confidence dropped to the lowest in two years in November as Americans struggled with surging fuel costs and falling home prices, economists proje ...…
 
According to a UBS poll, investor optimism about the outlook for U.S. financial markets fell this month to the lowest since September 2005 after concern grew that the world's biggest economy is headed into a recession. The Index of Investor Optimism dropped to 44 in November from 70 last month. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York announced it ...…
 
Slower growth for the economy may be on the horizon, continuing after the holidays, the Conference Board said, reporting that a gauge of future economic growth fell 0.5% in October. Only three of the 10 leading economic indicators rose in October, with the largest positive contribution from stock prices. First-time seasonally adjusted claims fo ...…
 
The Commerce Department reported that housing construction rose by 3 percent in October, the first increase after three months of declines and the biggest advance since a 6 percent rise last February. Applications for building permits fell for the fifth straight month in October. According to the eighth annual holiday-spending survey by the Con ...…
 
The painful collapse of the housing market along with the credit crunch will weigh down economic growth in the final three months of this year and cause economic activity to lag in 2008. The latest look-ahead from the National Association for Business Economics says the gross domestic product is on track to expand at just a 1.5 percent pace fro ...…
 
The output of the nation's factories, mines and utilities fell 0.5% in October, the biggest decline since January. The factory sector was weak across the board, with civilian aircraft as one of the few bright spots. Factory output fell 0.4%. Capacity utilization - a gauge of inflationary pressures -- fell to 81.7% from 82.2%. Cisco Systems Inc. ...…
 
The consumer price index increased 0.3% in October, driven by a 1.4% gain in energy prices. This was the fastest increase in energy prices since May. Food prices rose 0.3%. The core CPI, which excludes food and energy costs, was up 0.2% in October. The number of initial claims in the week ending Nov 10 rose 20,000 to 339,000. It's the highest l ...…
 
The Federal Open Market Committee announced that it's taking a series of steps to give the public a greater understanding of the basis for its interest-rate decisions. In a statement, the FOMC -- charged with formulating U.S. monetary policy -- said it would provide more-timely information about the evolving outlook by releasing its economic pr ...…
 
Japan's central bank kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0.5 percent after a two-day meeting policy meeting amid deepening concerns about slower growth in the U.S. economy. The International Energy Agency said it sees strong indications that high prices are depressing demand, which, together with signs of higher output from Saudi Arab ...…
 
Oil prices fell more than $1 a barrel in Asia after reports that the oil exporter group OPEC would discuss increasing its output at an upcoming meeting in a bid to cool record crude prices. The next OPEC meeting is scheduled for December 5th in Abu Dhabi. China's trade surplus jumped to a new all-time monthly high in October, despite government ...…
 
A surge in exports in September helped push the U.S. trade deficit down to $56.5 billion, the lowest in more than two years. U.S. exports rose 1.1% to a record $140.1 billion on record shipments of capital goods, industrial materials and foods. Imports into the United States increased 0.6% to $196.6 billion, the second highest ever. The weaker ...…
 
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, warning that higher inflation and weaker economic growth could be in store, told Congress that the central bank is keeping a close eye on the subprime mortgage crisis and recent spike in oil prices. But Bernanke also downplayed fears of a recession, saying that the Fed expected the economy to grow next yea ...…
 
The productivity of the U.S. non-farm workplace jumped at an annual rate of 4.9% in the third quarter, the fastest growth in four years. Unit labor costs, a key gauge of inflationary pressures from wages, fell at an annual rate of 0.2% in the period between July and September, the lowest in a year. Oil prices stalled in their climb toward $100 ...…
 
The International Council of Shopping Centers-UBS Retail Chain Store Sales Index increased by 1.0% in the week ended November 3rd. On the year, chain store sales were up 2.4%. Former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said that cutting excess home inventories in the United States is the key to stabilizing the financial system at home ...…
 
The U.S. services sector grew at a faster-than-expected rate in October boosted by strength in new orders. The Institute for Supply Management's index gauging the health of non-manufacturing industries registered 55.8, up from 54.8 in September. Citigroup Inc. (C) has forced out Chuck Prince as chairman and chief executive amid word the financi ...…
 
Employers added more workers to payrolls in October, according to the government's closely watched jobs report that showed the labor market significantly stronger than Wall Street expectations. There was a net gain of 166,000 jobs in the month. Economists had forecast an 80,000 increase in the period. The unemployment rate stayed at 4.7 percent ...…
 
Consumers, battered by a steep downturn in housing and a severe credit crunch, slowed spending growth in September to the weakest performance in three months. Consumer spending rose by 0.3 percent in September, slightly lower than the 0.4 percent increase that analysts had been expecting. First-time claims for state unemployment benefits droppe ...…
 
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