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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.

The Money Café with Alan Kohler Eureka Report

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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.

    Revelling in Socceroo Victory

    Revelling in Socceroo Victory

    On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne revel in the Socceroo’s victory over Denmark at the World Cup - and at AGM questions that made the press. They also autopsy the Victorian election and provide recommendations to the Liberal Party, cast a cold eye over house prices and welcome the Lowe apology. Also: what to ask at AGMs, how to be part of the background noise at the Money Café (and should it go on the road?), the role of capital looking for a home, honeymoon rates, a $5 million limit on super and more.
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    • 33 min
    Winners, Losers & Being Quiet

    Winners, Losers & Being Quiet

    On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the AFR, marvel at the Qantas turnaround, rake over the crypto rubble, wonder why sexual harassment is still happening and talk about who’s not investing in renewable energy in Australia. Also: family trusts, more of the iSignthis saga, unlisted assets in super, returns on cash in super funds, investing in ETFs vs bank hybrids, women running mining companies, fees in super vs non-super funds, who feels higher rates more, and moving towards hybrid AGMs.
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    • 31 min
    Corporate Capers

    Corporate Capers

    On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne roam over the corporate landscape, where Stephen sacrifices meals as virtual warrior at AGMS for Goodman, News Corp and Channel Nine and they both muse over boardroom developments at AGL, Origin and Myer. Also: geopolitics, commodities super cycles and state elections, taking your first steps into the stock market, learning lessons from Macquarie Group, holding shares of a delisted company, and running out of time to answer questions.
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    • 35 min
    Alan on the Warpath!

    Alan on the Warpath!

    On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the AFR, analyse the bid for Origin Energy; the outbreak of common sense in the US; the groundswell of opinion against super super-balances and start the conversation we all need to have with a look at 1970s-style tax indexation. Also: switching super funds, what’s an LBO, FlyBuys, who’s running Tesla and the morality of raising interest rates, a bit at the time or a lot at once. But wait – there’s more! Alan tracks down Southern Cross Payments for an aggrieved shareholder.
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    • 37 min
    How to Get Booted Off Twitter

    How to Get Booted Off Twitter

    On the Money Café this week, Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne discuss the weather, cricket and being mistaken for Alan Kohler and Stephen Mayne. Alan tweets about RBA chief Lowe and threatens to tweet about Murdoch. Stephen says something that will get him booted off Twitter and it isn’t about BNPL or the Zip AGM, Domino’s or Murdoch working from home in Montana. Also: how to get interest rates to do what they’re supposed to; the sure-fire way to win the Melbourne Cup; windfall taxes; and China invading Australia.
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    • 35 min
    Budget Autopsy (& Another Bet)

    Budget Autopsy (& Another Bet)

    In this special early edition of the Money Café, Alan Kohler and James Thomson, Chanticleer columnist at the Australian Financial Review, take a clinical look at the first Albanese budget, what wasn’t really tackled, what needed to be and whether endless deficits might be the future. Also: are interest rates going higher? Another $20 bet is on. Questions coming in from the farm to Europe: Dawn on redemptions in super funds; Alex on Aussie ETFs vs international ETFs. And: switching and locking in losses, bank hybrids and US inflation.
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    • 40 min

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