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  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 11.27.20
    Sprott Money News
    11:14
    News & Politics
    6,329

    This week Craig will be flying solo for the Weekly Wrap Up as Eric continues to take time off to be with his wife and family. Craig talks about the events driving precious metals prices this week and looks ahead into year end and 2021. Thanks for all your kind words and concern for Eric and his family during this difficult time.

  • Asia-Pacific Economic Outlook for 2021
    Goldman Sachs
    10:06
    Business
    0

    Andrew Tilton, chief Asia-Pacific economist for Goldman Sachs Research, talks about his team’s economic outlook for Asia-Pacific in 2021, and why they’re forecasting above-consensus growth. “We’re optimistic about growth in Asia-Pacific next year,” Tilton says. “We think the region could grow more than 7% in 2021. We’re optimistic about the world also – we think the world can grow about 6% – but especially optimistic about Asia-Pacific.”

  • Avsnitt 379 - Gjort mer än alla sparekonomer tillsammans
    Börspodden
    33:58
    2,993

    Börsen tuffar på mot nya rekordnivåer och Johans monsterblankning från förra veckan har fått lida. Det sätts nya toppar på konst, hus i Umeå och aktieindex och frågan är hur det ska sluta. Börspodden har inte svaret. Nordnet har handelspremiär på börsen och Bornholds uppmärksamhetsutspel granskas. Lyssna! Börspoddens huvudsponsor är CMC Markets, besök dom på cmcmarkets.se

  • Sprott Money News Ask The Expert October 2020 - Brent Cook, Founder at Exploration Insights
    Sprott Money News
    25:06
    News & Politics
    3,646

    Brent Cook answers listener questions on the mining sector and offers his opinion on a few specific mining companies. Visit our website https://www.sprottmoney.com for more news. You can submit your questions to [email protected]

  • Checks and Balance: Sedate expectations
    The Economist
    44:51
    News & Politics
    244

    Policymaker, father figure and stand-in king - the Olympian job description sets an impossible standard for any new president. But expectations of Joe Biden are more modest than for most. Solid picks for the top spots in his administration only confirm his ordinariness. What makes an ideal president and how might Biden match up?


    James Astill, The Economist’s Washington bureau chief, assesses how Barack Obama dealt with high expectations, columnist Lane Greene argues Biden’s plain speech is his secret weapon, and writer and producer Michael Oates Palmer tells us what makes a great president on screen.


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


    1843 Magazine profiles ex-presidents


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  • Varför man borde investera i Asien - Sparpodden 368
    #Sparpodden
    58:44
    11,885

    Veckans gäst är Yining Wang från investmentbolaget Nordic Asia. Det blir fult fokus på Asien som marknad och varför den organiska tillväxten lockar. Hur man kan hantera den politiska situation som råder blir det tips om. Dessutom bjuds det på spännande case som Yining har spanat in; Alibaba, Ant Group, Xiaomi, XPeng, Niu Technologis för att nämna några. Lyssna in!

  • The Economist Asks: Nigella Lawson
    The Economist
    29:50
    News & Politics
    235

    The British chef, author and host of television show “Cook, Eat, Repeat”, tells Anne McElvoy how to become a better cook. They talk about how our relationship with food is changing in the pandemic. Nigella explains the therapeutic nature of cooking and her culinary relationship with her mother. Also, what would she prepare for the new President Biden and her best Thanksgiving recipes—"apple pie without cheese, is like a kiss without a squeeze".


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  • One party to rule them all? India’s fraying democracy
    The Economist
    20:03
    News & Politics
    171

    Many of the country’s institutions are being slowly hobbled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government; we ask whether the world’s largest democracy is in peril. Sweden has a surprisingly entrenched problem with gang violence, revealing the social costs of its segregated populations. And how Black Friday is playing out in the pandemic era. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer

     

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  • The betrayal of our children as academia moves to a BLM History GCSE
    ShareProphets
    25:50
    66

    The tide is turning against a radical Black Lives Matter Agenda as I demonstrated yesterday. But there are last redouts manned by members of the liberal elites who are determined to push this agenda. Academia is one such redout and there are moves to make history GCSE more BLM frienjdly. I discuss two of the changes proposed from Tudor England and Nazi Germany and deal with actual facts and try to put them into context. I also explain why this patronising nonsense is divisive, insulting to folks such as the Jews and the Roma and also fails to tell our kids of all colours who they are which is surely what history is all about. Of course the Government can stop it. If only we had a Conservative Government.

  • This Weekend with Gordon Deal November 28, 2020
    ThisMorning
    36:50
    News & Politics
    173

    Getting a coronavirus vaccine from loading dock to upper arm could be tricky, the biggest political turkeys of 2020, and is the car owner's manual history.

  • At his majesty, displeasure: Thailand’s anti-monarchy push
    The Economist
    23:04
    News & Politics
    0

    A long string of pro-democracy protests are railing more and more against the king himself—and the protesters are younger and more fearless than ever before. The arrest of Bobi Wine, Uganda’s popular singer-turned-opposition-hero, has sparked deadly violence. He won’t win January’s election, but his movement isn’t going away. And a Thanksgiving Day look at the globe-trotting history of the turkey

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  • Babbage: Another dose of good news
    The Economist
    30:02
    News & Politics
    0

    Following promising results from Pfizer and Moderna, why is a third vaccine, from Oxford University and AstraZeneca, so important in the fight against covid-19? Host Kenneth Cukier and The Economist’s health policy editor Natasha Loder investigate the different approaches to this immense challenge. And Nicholas Christakis, a doctor and network scientist at Yale University, explains how despite a vaccine the pandemic could change humanity for good.


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  • 114. Embracer och andra aktietips
    EFN
    28:57
    155

    Det bjuds på inte mindre än sju aktietips när förvaltarna Henrietta Theorell från Swedbank Robur och Martin Nilsson från Catella gästar EFN Marknad. Aktierna som lyfts fram är Embracer, Academedia, Millicom, Boliden, Inwido, Nordic Waterproofing och Metso Outotec.

  • Tigray area: Ethiopia’s deadly standoff
    The Economist
    21:46
    News & Politics
    0

    The northern region’s surrounded forces are ignoring Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s deadline to disarm. More regions are being drawn in—and a conflagration across the Horn of Africa looms. Artificial-intelligence pilots have shown serious dogfighting skills, but for reasons both technical and ethical humans are still needed in the cockpit. And the rise of mixed martial arts on both sides of the Atlantic.

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  • Money Talks: The money doctors
    The Economist
    31:16
    News & Politics
    0

    A quiet revolution is happening in asset management. Host Patrick Lane and John O’Sullivan, The Economist’s markets columnist, speak to industry insiders about a centuries-old model under strain. They ask about the cost of the race to zero fees, if value investing has had its day and whether the quest for higher returns will lead to China.


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  • 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. 

  • Is a post-Covid economic boom on the way? - with Chris Johns
    Inside Business with Ciaran Hancock
    29:40
    Business
    0

    Perhaps sensing we all need a bit of a lift, Irish Times columnist Chris Johns explains why he feels conditions are ripe for robust economic growth in 2021, and outlines things the government should and shouldn't do to help that become a reality. This podcast is sponsored by Davy.

  • Jeff Slayter - The 1% Shifts That Will Make You Way More Money
    Addicted2Success
    43:12
    Business
    4,007

    Jeffrey is a paradox in the business world with this unconventional philosophy on business and his years of experience he is at the forefront cutting edge wisdom for entrepreneurs. He is at home facilitating executive retreats in the amazonian jungle as he is in the boardroom of fortune 500 companies. His unique life experience and his years in business make him a visionary thought leader for entrepreneurs of our time. Companies and entrepreneurs seek to work with Jeff to gain clarity and accelerate results. Jeffrey supports modern day visionaries who are here to make the world a better place from CEO’s, to entrepreneurs, to executives and billion dollar organisations to execute their vision. His genius is he is able to support high level leaders with his unconventional methodology that accelerates and amplifies their companies growth and their own rapidly. Jeffrey has shared the stage with other incredible thought leaders like Sir Richard Branson (founder of Virgin), Dr. John Demartini (star from the movie The Secret), Frank Kern (the highest paid direct response internet marketer in the world), Tim Ferriss (Author of Four Hour Work Week), Tony Robbins and many others. He questions the validity of the beliefs that are holding leaders back. Jeff has worked with over a million people from twelve different countries for the last 15 years as a transformational leadership coach.

  • 207: Evolving Trends—How Quants Are Earning Alpha w/ Rishi Narang
    Chat With Traders
    01:02:02
    Business
    348

    Rishi Narang, founding principal of T2AM, tells of evolving trends in quantitative trading—including: how the start-arb game developed, major inflows to China, retail quants, financial warfare + more!

  • 87. A REAL AF Thanksgiving Special
    Real AF with Andy Frisella
    10:29
    0

    Do you know what year Abraham Lincoln proclaimed that Thanksgiving should be a national holiday celebrated in November? Do you know why that’s significant—and relevant to the culture war going on in the U.S. right now? On today's episode, Andy talks about the one simple thing every real American can do—every day—to win the battle for our nation’s soul.