The Money looks at Australia and the world through an economic lens. It explores how economics influences everything else.
Moves to make the RBA independent and The World Ahead report
Making the RBA independent from the government and The World Ahead report.
Improving competition both in Australia and within the EU and what shoppers want
Improving competition both in Australia and within the EU and what shoppers want from their main street.
The economies of Gaza and Israel and the new Chair of the Productivity Commission
The economic relationship between Gaza and Israel and the new Chair of the Productivity Commission, Danielle Wood.
Headwinds and interest rates; consultancy companies and changes in the CPI
Making sense of what is influencing inflation, consultancy competition and changes in the CPI.
Superannuation funds; interest rate decisions and business expenses
Assistant Treasurer Stephen Jones on what super funds need to do; what will the RBA do about interest rates and a cautionary tale about business expenses.
Reporting ESG, global tax evasion and road charges
It's a numbers game when it comes to reporting ESG and paying taxes, or not. And how do you better charge for road usage.
Another high quality show by ABC
This is yet another high quality show by the ABC! Why? The same as the Law Report, they do an analysis and show the pros and cons, extremely important in a world filled with half educated conclusions. Well done ABC. I would encourage more of these type of shows!!!
Ignoring the facts?
Stopped listening after the first line
“It has been 6 weeks since Hamas launched its attack on Israel and Israel responded….”
Still starting history at October 7, so as to paint a picture of good versus evil, where good = occupation, advanced military, known for war crimes, colonization and killing children? At least use similar language so it’s not obvious bias?
If it’s acceptable to consider Israel’s large scale massacre of civilians as a response to something, shouldn’t you also consider Hamas’ attack as a response, given the fact that Israel has been illegally occupying West Bank, and blockading Gaza, imprisoning and killing children for decades etc. I mean Palestine is defined as an occupied territory, have you not learned that actually Palestinians have the right to resist whereas the occupier legally doesn’t have the right to bomb the prison camp it has created?
I mean surely as journalists you don’t live under a rock. Or you should be obliged not to be wilfully ignorant. But maybe you’re actively trying to push a biased narrative?
Starting the podcast with bias and misinformation when the world is now seeking truth, = unfollow.
Very informative and well presented. Thank you, Richard.