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Debtwire, an Acuris company, transformed the global leveraged credit market and quickly became the leading provider of expert news, data and analysis. Our end-to-end coverage goes behind the scenes from primary issuance to the first sign of stress through restructuring and beyond across geographies, companies and asset classes. For more information, visit www.debtwire.com or email n.brooks@debtwire.com.
 
“This Is Uncomfortable” is a show about life and how money messes with it. Each week, Reema Khrais digs in with stories about the unanticipated ways money affects relationships, shapes identities and often defines what it means to be an adult. Khrais dives into uncomfortable topics like friends borrowing money, relationships and the other varied ways money shapes who we are. Khrais’ career has included a two-year position as a Fletcher Fellow focused on education policy reporting. She is a g ...
 
Our accounting podcast features PwC specialists discussing today's most compelling accounting, regulatory and financial reporting issues. From the new leases and revenue standards to CECL to LIBOR rate replacement, PwC Partner Heather Horn hosts each episode tackling a single topic and providing listeners with key takeaways to stay informed on these important accounting matters.
 
The TF Metals Report Podcast is an educational podcast investigating the world of gold, silver, commodities, and currencies. New podcasts are published almost daily, while special Access-to-Access (A2A) interviews with leading experts come out usually once a week. Take a listen and learn how these topics will impact our economy and monetary policies in both the near and long-term!
 
Simple investment strategies to help individual investors navigate financial markets. You won’t need a degree in finance to understand the answers. The show is a recording of a live call in radio show hosted by Bill Bullington every Saturday morning at 11 a.m. on 1420AM THE ANSWER. We appreciate your feedback! If you enjoy this podcast and have found value in it, please leave your feedback under "Ratings and Reviews". Thank you!
 
We are a group of 4 professionals that want to answer your questions related to real estate, law, financial planning, personal insurance and mortgage financing. We will be bringing you a weekly podcast where we will be answering your questions, and talking about relevant information in our industries. Josh Bond - Flett Beccario, Jeff Collins - Royal Lepage NRC Realty, Brandon Currie - CR Smith Financial, and Trevor Lindey - Lindey Financial and Your Neighbourhood Dominion Lending Centres. Fi ...
 
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The Consumer Financial Services industry is changing quickly. This weekly podcast from national law firm Ballard Spahr focuses on the consumer finance issues that matter most, from new product development and emerging technologies to regulatory compliance and enforcement and the ramifications of private litigation. Our legal team—recognized as one of the industry's finest— will help you make sense of breaking developments, avoid risk, and make the most of opportunity.
 
*** Finalist at The Australian Podcast Awards 2019 *** Do you want to learn more about investing? How to improve decision making and time management from business leaders around the world? Hi, I'm Ted Richards and in this podcast I speak with experts from around the world to explore and learn ways we can make smarter decisions when it comes to investing money and time. I love talking to talented investors, athletes and professors about how they succeeded and what we can learn from them to im ...
 
An audio version of the best of the Financial Times's Big Reads — in-depth reporting from FT correspondents around the world. Listen to longform stories that explore and explain key themes in world news, science and business. Produced by Anna Dedhar.
 
70 to 80% Winning Percentage For The Last 12 Years; on NFL bets on Twitter and our blog at ecosystemsbusinessconcierge.com All past and future picks posted there We Use Business & Financial Concepts To Monetize Inefficiencies In The Sports Betting Market So you make the difference between 52.5% and 80%....52.5% is breakeven *What is easier to figure out ? Stock Market ? or Sports Betting Market?Have you been watching Sports ? Or the Stock Market your whole life ? All Podcasts are 3 dimension ...
 
Every week, we discuss how the media has covered the news and analyse issues affecting the industry - with some of the biggest names in journalism in Australia and around the world. Broadcast live on Sydney's 2SER 107.3FM, with the financial assistance of the Community Broadcasting Foundation.
 
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A new survey has exposed a gender gap in the financial knowledge of Kiwi men and women. The Commission for Financial Capability surveyed 3000 New Zealanders about their understanding of basic financial concepts like interest, inflation and risk diversification. It found only half as many women as men answered all questions correctly, and the gap in…
 
This week on "Off The Cuff," Justin tries to recruit Megan, Allie, and Karen to join his movement to get rid of changing the clocks for daylight saving time. Justin and Megan then dive into what higher education priorities President Donald Trump could focus on in his second term if re-elected and what Vice President Joe Biden would look to accompli…
 
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Faced with axing one of its premier events due to Covid-19, the Taranaki creative community has instead combined its celebrated Garden Festival with its lesser-know cousin - the Taranaki Arts Trail. It's hoped the integrated festival which kicks off today will give punters even more reason to visit the region. RNZ's Taranaki Whanganui reporter Robi…
 
The failings of the state care and protection of tamariki Maori are being laid bare in front of the Waitangi Tribunal - but claimants are also bringing a range of ways to overhaul the system. The second part of the Waitangi Tribunal hearing into the uplift practices of Maori children by Oranga Tamariki is wrapping up in Hawke's Bay today. The tribu…
 
Ensuring the survival of their language for future generations is why the Tokelauan community in Porirua are keen to have it included in the New Zealand school curriculum. Tokelau is a New Zealand Pacific realm nation - as is Niue and the Cook Islands. Tokelauan is the only one of the three languages not available as an NCEA subject. RNZ Pacific's …
 
The Silver Ferns will meet the England Roses in the second Test in Hamilton tonight, looking to right some wrongs from the first Test, despite coming out on top. The Silver Ferns coach Dame Noeline Taurua wasn't happy after her side's 13 goal win on Wednesday against an under strength Roses team. So what will count as a pass mark in the coaches eye…
 
A twitter bot has been working overtime to find and combat abusive tweets aimed at female candidates in the New Zealand elections. During the election campaign, ParityBOT picked up over 200,000 toxic messages about New Zealand women MPs. Most were directed at Jacinda Ardern, Judith Collins and Chloe Swarbrick. Jacqueline Comer is the Creative Techn…
 
More than 17 million Americans who didn't cast a ballot in the 2016 election have already voted in this year's presidential election. A record surge in early voting has seen more than 75 million people already cast their vote. So what do all these early votes tell us? Tom Bonier is a veteran Democratic political strategist and is the chief executiv…
 
People in a Rotorua suburb can apply to take part in a make-or-break trial of a Covid contact tracing card from Friday. Health officials still can't say if the tracing tool will cope with real life conditions. To clear the confusion, the Health ministry want up to 15-hundred people in Ngongotaha to carry the card for a week. Jordan Bond reports.…
 
A leading child literacy expert is warning more children are starting school with poor language skills. The director of the Child Wellbeing Research Institute, Professor Gail Gillon, says teachers report more young children speaking like toddlers. She says the root causes are complex, including household stress and parents working multiple jobs lea…
 
One of the few redeeming qualities of Twitter is that it has allowed me to get acquainted with all sorts of brilliant people whom I otherwise might never have met. One of these people is Tavi Costa of Crescat Capital and it's my pleasure to introduce him to you today. Tavi is a partner and portfolio manager at Crescat Capital in Denver. Crescat is …
 
Technology continues to reshape our world and has been accelerated by the pandemic. As you rethink processes for the new environment, you may be asking how technology can help improve efficiency and effectiveness. This podcast is the next episode in the second season of our What’s next? podcast series for CFOs, controllers—anyone in finance. This s…
 
Porirua is now the most expensive district in the country to rent a house. That's according to the latest Trade Me Rental Price Index, which found Porirua rents climbed to a record $625 per week in September. That is an increase of 25 percent since the same time last year. Wellington City and North Shore are tied for second place. While nationally,…
 
The electoral commission will release the provisional results of the two referendums voted on during the general election at 2pm on Friday. Polling told different stories before the election. The End of Life Choice Bill consistently scored between 60 and 70 percent support in the polls, while the cannabis referendum hovered between 35 and 52 percen…
 
It's all eyes on Florida where Donald Trump and Joe Biden will duke it out in the city of Tampa, five days out from the US presidential election. The two party leaders will address rallies hours apart in what is a key city, in a critical swing state. Democratic hopeful Joe Biden is set to again attack Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, w…
 
A Marlborough Sounds watchdog group wants an alternative route to Tory Channel in place before the arrival of the new, larger passenger ferries in 2024. The narrow, rocky gap which ferries ply daily to and from Cook Strait is considered one of coastal New Zealand's most tricky areas to navigate. Guardians of the Sounds wants it closed to all commer…
 
The All Blacks can retain the Bledisloe Cup for an 18th straight year if they beat the the Wallabies in Sydney tomorrow night. Their coach Ian Foster has made just three changes to the side that put Australia to the sword in the second test at Eden Park. The All Blacks have never secured the trophy on Australian soil before. Rugby reporter Joe Port…
 
Preliminary results for the cannabis legalisation and euthanasia referenda will be out today. It will be another week before the official count is announced, along with special votes, on 6 November. Unlike recreational cannabis, the assisted dying referendum is binding. Catherine Marks, was the lawyer for euthanasia campaigner Lecretia Seales, and …
 
MPs from both Labour and National are urging the Prime Minister to consider a lifeline for young vulnerable Hong Kongers. Labour's Louisa Wall and National's Simon O'Connor, who both represent New Zealand in the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China have written to Jacinda Ardern in support of appeals made to her by pro-democracy activist Nathan La…
 
First up, host Sarah Crespi talks to News Intern Cathleen O’Grady about the growing use of citizens’ assemblies, or “minipublics,” to deliberate on tough policy questions like climate change and abortion. Can random groups of citizens do a better job forming policy than politicians?Next, we feature the latest of a new series of insight pieces that …
 
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