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James Kirby and Alan Kohler discuss the biggest news in business, finance, and economics, and what it means for investors. Presented in partnership with The Constant Investor. Title music, Blues for Oliver, by Benny Golbin.

The Money Cafe with Kirby and Kohler The Australian

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James Kirby and Alan Kohler discuss the biggest news in business, finance, and economics, and what it means for investors. Presented in partnership with The Constant Investor. Title music, Blues for Oliver, by Benny Golbin.

    Why the coronavirus is good for markets. Australia's wave of wage scandals. What's behind the local software sell-offs?

    Why the coronavirus is good for markets. Australia's wave of wage scandals. What's behind the local software sell-offs?

    After a brief dip, the ASX has resumed its soar towards blue skies despite global fears over the impacts of coronavirus. Could the disease actually be a good thing for markets? Alan and James discuss this, along with a disappointing start to earnings season and the latest spate of wage scandals on The Money Cafe this week. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 30 min
    Blind bullishness takes hold on ASX. AMP’s infuriating bonus bump. Sayonara to the Calombaris empire

    Blind bullishness takes hold on ASX. AMP’s infuriating bonus bump. Sayonara to the Calombaris empire

    After a revealing week of reporting season, Alan Kohler and James Kirby catch up on The Money Café to discuss the fallout from AMP’s dividend cut, CSL’s continued dream run and CommBank’s surprising profit results. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 35 min
    The stocks that will swing markets this earnings season. Why are investors flocking to gold? Tesla shocks the shorts.

    The stocks that will swing markets this earnings season. Why are investors flocking to gold? Tesla shocks the shorts.

    What does it mean when markets are forging on while analysts predict a serious coronavirus shock? Alan thinks this is a sign of perverse markets, and James has an eye on the stocks that will determine the fate of many investors this earnings season. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 33 min
    Can markets contain coronavirus panic? Australia: home of the world's dearest exchange. Three takeover targets to watch.

    Can markets contain coronavirus panic? Australia: home of the world's dearest exchange. Three takeover targets to watch.

    James and Alan reconvene the Money Cafe for another year with coronavirus fears swirling in the air. Will an epidemic force a recession in China and a broader market plunge? Analyst models have painted a pessimistic picture of the year ahead for Australian investors, but Alan isn't sure how much that really matters. And, of course, listeners have their say with some loquacious submissions. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 29 min
    2019's fliers and flops. At last, some super data. What's more likely: inflation rise or asteroid strike?

    2019's fliers and flops. At last, some super data. What's more likely: inflation rise or asteroid strike?

    The Money Cafe wraps up a big year in business by reflecting on the wins and dramatic failures, and trying to get through as many listener questions as possible. Many thanks to all of you who listened and wrote in this year, and best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday period. We will resume transmission at the end of January. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 37 min
    Rate cuts coming to an end? Japan stops the shorts. Australia's property recovery: nuts or nice?

    Rate cuts coming to an end? Japan stops the shorts. Australia's property recovery: nuts or nice?

    After a week where markets fell out of bed, what will a fresh decade bring? James and Alan discuss rates, houses, markets and more in this episode of The Money Cafe. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 35 min

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