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Alan Kohler, Eureka Report’s Editor-in-Chief, explores and explains the week’s news, views and events with smart people who like good coffee. Topics include but not limited to inflation, Bitcoin, Scott Morrison, vaccines and climate change. Got a question for next week's episode? Email themoneycafe@eurekareport.com.au.
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„Kohle, Knast & Kaviar“ ist der True-Crime-Podcast aus Düsseldorf. Der Podcast erzählt von Kriminalfällen, die so eigentlich nur in Düsseldorf passieren konnten. Große Vermögen und Schickimicki sind einerseits nur Klischees, andererseits ziehen sie tatsächlich auch Menschen an, die auf illegalem Wege versuchen, einen Teil davon abzubekommen. VierNull-Redaktionsleiter Hans Onkelbach hat die Fälle einst als Gerichts- und Polizeireporter erlebt. Im Podcast berichtet er, wie sich die Taten ereig ...
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Talking Business is an inflight entertainment radio program on Qantas, hosted by Alan Kohler. Each month business leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators are interviewed about their expertise, businesses, and careers. This is where you can podcast all of the guests from Talking Business.
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Erin Lilly, KOHLER Design Studio Manager, speaks with global architects and designers about the ideas that are shaping the spaces in which we spend our time. In our first season, we explore the Dimensions of Wellbeing, which contends that design is foundational to wellbeing (and vice versa).
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In entspannter Atmosphäre trifft Moderatorin Doreen Steinert prominente Gäste an ihrem Wohnzimmertisch und versucht ihnen bei einem guten Glas Wein und ein paar leckeren Snacks möglichst viele Geheimnisse zu entlocken. Doreen unterhält sich mit ihrem Gast über Berufliches ebenso wie über Privates – und natürlich werden auch ein paar Spiele gespielt, die ziemlich sicher dabei helfen werden, den Gast noch ein bisschen besser kennenzulernen!
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Unser Rhein/Ruhr Gebiet erfährt derzeit einen drastischen Strukturwandel. Im Herzen von Nordrhein-Westfalen gelegen, war unsere Region seit jeher bekannt für Braun- und Steinkohle-Förderungen. Der Sage nach fand ein Junge in der Gegend von Witten, Sprockhövel oder Wetter beim Schweinehüten glühende schwarze Steine in einer Feuerstelle. Hier wurde bereits im Mittelalter Kohle in einfachen Grabelöchern (Pingen) abgebaut. Die Schwerpunkte dieses frühen Steinkohlenbergbaues lagen im Raum Witten- ...
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Das Team von „Kohle, Knast und Kaviar“ hat eine besondere Folge aufgenommen: live und vor 400 Zuschauerinnen und Zuschauern im ausverkauften Zakk in Düsseldorf. Dort sprachen Hans Onkelbach und Christian Herrendorf über den letzten Mord der RAF. Der damalige Chef der Treuhand-Anstalt, Detlev Karsten Rohwedder, wurde am 1. April 1991 in seinem Haus …
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson share their thoughts on Australia's supermarket landscape, look at how Guzman y Gomez is tracking, the nation's ban on nuclear power, issue a capital gains tax correction, and answer a number of questions on housing, insurance companies, council rates, and much more. See omnystudio.com/list…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson look at how results season is tracking, go through US inflation figures, what Bitcoin is up to, and answer a number of listener questions on the AI revolution, on-market buybacks, capital gains vs capital losses, the RBA and rates, and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy info…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne discuss Allan Fels’ views on corporate profiteering, look at the RBA’s new regime, News Corp, and answer a number of questions on fossil fuels, AI, power prices, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Bởi Eureka Report
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss why Elon Musk is making headlines once more, look at the US Federal Reserve, dive into the world of AI and what impact it will have on civilisation, and answer a number of listener questions on the IPO market, Sigma and Chemist Warehouse, bracket creep, and much more. See omnystudio…
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The Money Café returns for 2024 with Stephen Mayne joining Alan Kohler to reflect on the summer past, discuss Australia Day, the stage 3 tax cuts, and go through a number of listener questions on the US election, flipping houses, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Bởi Eureka Report
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Alan Kohler is joined by James Thomson and Stephen Mayne for the final episode of The Money Café for 2023 to award the biggest winners and losers of the year, and what the big story in 2024 might be. Also: Chemist Warehouse, Woodside and Santos, a new migration strategy and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In einer besonderen Folge von „Kohle, Knast & Kaviar“ sprechen die Moderatoren Hans Onkelbach und Christian Herrendorf nicht wie sonst über einen Mord oder eine große Betrugssache. Sie berichten vielmehr über einen Fall, der Gerichte über viele Jahre beschäftigte und der vor allem eine große Katastrophe war: der Brand des Düsseldorfer Flughafens 19…
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Buckle up for a ripper episode of The Money Café this week, with Alan Kohler discussing his Quarterly Essay on the state of Australia’s housing market, Stephen Mayne mulling over the busiest day of AGM season, plus lots of listener questions on superannuation, interest rates, tax, and much, much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne discuss the latest bid for Origin Energy, climate change, Gina Rinehart, what to expect from tomorrow's Qantas AGM, and answer a number of listener questions on super wrap accounts, wars and inflation, interest rates, and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss the changes afoot at Qantas, look at how the energy transition is tracking, the housing market, and answer a number of listener questions on the winners and losers of climate change, super wrap accounts, share dilution and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne discuss the latest on the AGM front, look at what the RBA is up to, and answer a number of listener questions on investing in education over property, finding the best financial resources, the housing market, and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss Richard Goyder’s future at Qantas, and the control both Qantas and Virgin have on the aviation market in Australia. They also examine the findings of Ziggy Switkowski’s PwC report, and answer a number of listener questions on term deposit rates, dot plots, and what world economics m…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne discuss Josh Frydenberg’s new role at Goldman Sachs, the gap between housing construction and immigration, Qantas, the upcoming AGM season, and answer listener questions on private versus public companies, council rates, and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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„Kohle, Knast & Kaviar“-Erzähler Hans Onkelbach berichtet von einem Gerichtsprozess, der ihn in seinem Reporterleben am meisten berührte: Eine junge Frau, die in einer toxischen Beziehung zu einem fast 40 Jahre älteren Mann lebte, sah keinen Ausweg mehr und tötete ihn – mit einer Armbrust. Obwohl sie geständig war, tagte das Gericht 18 Mal, bevor e…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss the benefits of an Italian train network, look into the latest issues engulfing Qantas, check in on how the property sector is tracking, and answer a number of listener questions on the future of open plan offices, investing in the Mexican stock market, and much more. See omnystudio…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss Premier Investments and a mismatch between retailing personalities; wriggle room for cautious CEOs in earnings season; a declining birthrate in China and Australian companies; debt piles and 10-year bond rates; and the PM’s son and PwC making the front pages. Also: Wealth per capita…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne whip through the Boomer apology getting millions of views online, the better side winning; Endeavour and pokies; the value of Chadstone; a year since the watershed $369 billion IRA law and counting; and Murdoch’s latest squeeze. Also: four or five big banks; unemployment and boomtime; measu…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss working from home, valuations of office properties and debt covenants, CBA’s earnings, Optus and the women’s soccer goldmine and the Zimmermann success story. Also: vacant homes or just not at home; Tim’s too-long question on Airbnb; moving in with Mum and Dad and travelling oversea…
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Alan, Stephen, James get together for a special, bumper edition of the Money Café this week to celebrate one million downloads! On the table at Le Clec: the railway barons of tech, rebranding Twitter, the growing list of billionaire divorces, Macquarie and the PwC connection, a guide to inflation and the chance of a rate hike. Also: how lucky is th…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson go through who's left on the RBA shortlist for governor after Luci Ellis jumped to Westpac, what zero inflation means for China and why AI robots should be green or red. Also: full takeovers, pumping more into super, surcharges on holiday homes, corporates paying pollies, mortgage rates in …
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Der Mord an zwei Callgirls sorgte Mitte der Achtziger für Aufsehen: Das Täter-Duo flüchtete in einem sehr auffälligen Auto. Der männliche Teil des Paars hatte sich eine abenteuerliche Lebensgeschichte und einen falschen Namen zugelegt. Und der weibliche Teil stammte aus einer gutbürgerlichen Familie, die vor Gericht viele bittere Überraschung erleb…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne chime in on the Ashes stumping controversy, review the winners and losers of the financial year, discuss whether interest rates have reached their peak, who Philip Lowe’s successor might be, gambling reform and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss the Taylor Swift impact on inflation, Alan's take on the monthly inflation figure, Russia, climate and the energy transition. Also: the Aussie dollar and the RBA pausing, the phantom housing shortage, why Australia doesn't have 30-year fixed rate loans, neutral interest rates and mo…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler is back after writing 20,000 words on housing and, with Stephen Mayne, goes over the criticism being delivered to the RBA on everything from rates to employment, gambling reform victories and how to get the discount. Also: when and how to buy a house, a 100-year plan for housing, the GST and super, buying an…
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On the Money Café this week, Evan Lucas and Stephen Mayne list the indicators worrying them about the looming economic storm and why the Fair Work Commission’s decision wasn’t particularly fair. Also: the ASX and CHESS, migration and a Ponzi scheme, PwC, a history lesson on non-farm payrolls, benchmark rates, progressive taxes, and our biggest LICs…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss RBA Governor Phil Lowe’s likely last time in front of the Senate, inflation, productivity and wage rises, housing supply, supply, supply, what punishment means at PwC, US debt ceiling done and dusted. Also: land, home taxes for the wealthy, investing in a start-up (and Alan’s record…
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Alan's away for a week, so Evan Lucas and Stephen Mayne are in the Money Café this week. On the agenda: how AI has powered the advent of Nvidia, US dominance and default, big investment headaches, the AGM mini-season, the Victorian state budget, the cost of the Big Build and taxes for churches, unions and schools. Also: council rates, GST and infla…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson – fully recovered from COVID and awaiting hot chocolate – discuss the first draft of Alan’s avatar, the four companies making up 70 per cent of profits, localised recessions, a glut of offices, and the RBA, FOI and what the poobahs should be doing. Also: war-gaming a US default, capped admi…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson — struck down by COVID yet again — try to wrap their heads around AI, the past and present tense of the budget, the so-called commodity windfall and who gets credit for the surplus. Also: bitcoin; Charter Hall and REITs; banks making money; three things for an inflationary world; Japan fall…
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Die neunte Folge von "Kohle, Knast und Kaviar" passt einmal mehr perfekt zum Titel: Es geht um mehr als 40 Millionen Euro, trickreich ergaunert. Am Ende verhängt das Gericht Haftstrafen, zwischenzeitlich aber genießen die Täter das süße Leben. Der Fall: Ein Trio von Hochstaplern betrügt mindestens eine Hamburger Firma mit dem Verkauf von fingierten…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson discuss Japan and its supermarkets, the unsurprising “surprise” by the RBA, the Fed’s Powell on sticky inflation, the evidence — or lack of — for rate cuts, the best banker in the country and CEO transitions. Also: HECS debts, ASX to NYSE, stage 3 tax cuts and inflation, best Super funds fo…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne on Blackmores and another Australian icon disappearing, why Tucker Carlson was sacked, raising money to clean up a uranium mine, dud KKR floats and finding the money for a proper monthly CPI. Also: buy the best house you can live in, executives paying taxes, Japanese government bonds, the R…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne on the Fox settlement and how much it cost to keep Rupert off the stand, what's a reasonable wage increase in rising inflation, Stephen makes his first-ever ETF investment, and negotiating HECS debts. Also: vacant homes; taxing shares, options and income; some welcome general advice from Al…
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On the Money Café this week with Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne, again: visiting pokie clubs, the RBA pause and how long it will last, the lack of a morning tea at Scentre AGM and Trump, again. Also: the construction mess, the US dollar and digital currencies; short-term rentals; investing in a townhouse; more on the GST; submarines or oil refinerie…
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On the Money Café this week with Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne, the open letter pleading for a moratorium on AI research, raking over the ashes of Credit Suisse and the Swiss government's credibility problems, the fate of pokies reform after the NSW election, Origin disappears into the hands of foreign interests. Also: short-selling on Lionstown; b…
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On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the AFR, dissect Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s statements overnight, what it means for an Australian recession and where China fits in; Credit Suisse and aggrieved bondholders; and the role of governments in banking. Also: taxing unrealised capital gains, d…
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On the Money Café this week, SVB, Credit Suisse, Paul Keating - where to start? Well, with China's extra-large, heavily armed uncrewed submarines. Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne weigh submarines, Credit Suisse and shareholders mis-speaking, SVB shareholders being crushed, interest rates, and US Treasuries. Also, Centrelink pension vs million-dollar …
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1929 hat der Serienmörder Peter Kürten Düsseldorf in Angst und Schrecken versetzt: Er erstach und erschlug acht Menschen und versuchte zahlreiche weitere umzubringen. Die „Kohle, Knast & Kaviar“-Moderatoren Hans Onkelbach und Christian Herrendorf erzählen in dieser Folge seinen Fall – live vor mehr als 250 Menschen im ausverkauften Zakk in Düsseldo…
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