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  • Avsnitt 379 - Gjort mer än alla sparekonomer tillsammans
    Börspodden
    33:58
    2,415

    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 Weekly Wrap-up - 11.20.20
    Sprott Money News
    24:04
    8,452

    Sprott Money contributor David Brady joins us this week as Eric takes a few weeks off from the WWU to spend some time with his family. David shares valuable insight on the precious metals and the mining shares.

  • 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.”

  • 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. 

  • Varför man borde investera i Asien - Sparpodden 368
    #Sparpodden
    58:44
    9,850

    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!

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • What funds we’ll have: green venture capital
    The Economist
    22:05
    News & Politics
    0

    The boom-and-bust of environmental-technology investing has settled out, and money is flooding in—both individual and institutional. We examine the green fields that lie ahead. Many Arab countries have long been suffering an exodus of medical professionals—a problem only magnified by the pandemic. And a reflection on the life of Jonathan Sacks, a tirelessly unifying British rabbi. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer


     

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  • 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.

  • Playing his Trump cards: Biden’s China policy
    The Economist
    22:18
    News & Politics
    0

    The tone of America’s president-elect on China changed markedly through the campaign; his policies, at least at the outset, may differ little from those of his predecessor. We examine the stark racial disparities in covid-19 outcomes around the world. And the clever use of a waste product to make a better takeaway coffee cup.

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  • Editor’s Picks: November 23rd 2020
    The Economist
    20:04
    News & Politics
    0

    A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, remaking the British state, the China strategy America needs (08:27) and consultants of swing (14:56)



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  • 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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  • Avsnitt 378 - Missade TV-pucken
    Börspodden
    36:26
    3,566

    IPO-fest på börsen där Nordnet blir granskad i sömmarna av Johan som number crunchar sig igenom prospektet. John har på egen hand moderniserat podden men frågan är till vilken nytta. Chilikryddor, ny byggteknik och datorspel. Sen har tusentals småsparare världen över gjort bort sig och det verkar som om båda poddarna missat TV-pucken. Det och mycket mer. Lyssna! Börspoddens huvudsponsor är CMC Markets, besök dom på cmcmarkets.se

  • The Economist Asks: Nigella Lawson
    The Economist
    29:50
    News & Politics
    131

    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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  • Vaccine Progress and What’s Next
    Goldman Sachs
    09:56
    Business
    0

    Salveen Richter, lead analyst for the US Biotechnology sector in Goldman Sachs Research, talks about Pfizer’s clinical-trial results for its COVID-19 vaccine and the obstacles that still lie ahead for FDA approval and widespread distribution.

  • Jeff Slayter - The 1% Shifts That Will Make You Way More Money
    Addicted2Success
    43:12
    Business
    2,821

    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.

  • Markets Update: The Bull Run in 2021
    Goldman Sachs
    12:00
    Business
    0

    Goldman Sachs Research remains confident about the global recovery in 2021, says Peter Oppenheimer, the firm’s chief global equity strategist. “We are optimistic for equity markets, risk assets and indeed the economy,” Oppenheimer says in this episode, and goes on to explain why he thinks the current bull market is transitioning from a “hope” phase to a “growth” phase. “As we move forwards in time, we do expect to see more even returns globally – less so than extreme outperformance of the US,” says Oppenheimer. “We would expect people to be diversifying more by country, region and by industry.”

  • Checks and Balance: Not going gentle
    The Economist
    40:51
    News & Politics
    0

    Donald Trump’s long-held aversion to admitting defeat leaves America with an unprecedented scenario: an incumbent president thwarting the transition to a new administration. How harmful is Donald Trump’s refusal to concede?


    In this episode we find out how a presidential transition is meant to work, how the current upheaval falls short, and how Richard Nixon dealt with a disputed election. 


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


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  • This Morning with Gordon Deal November 25, 2020
    ThisMorning
    35:01
    News & Politics
    93

    Officials urge Americans to stay home over the holiday, how thousands of scarce covid shots could go to waste, and here's why Thanksgiving is always on the fourth Thursday of November.