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Best New Zealand Economics podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best New Zealand Economics podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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A new series by Newsroom and RNZ, discussing the world of business in Aotearoa.
 
The latest business news from RNZ News.
 
Each week the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB's Cooking the Books tackles a different money problem. Hosted by Frances Cook.
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 90 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
 
Investment author and columnist Mary Holm talks to Jesse Mulligan every fortnight about her top tips for how to make your money work.
 
Home is where the heart is, and there’s no question that Kiwis LOVE property. Newstalk ZB’s OneRoof Radio Show is a full-house of property talk, tips and tricks. Leading industry experts join us to discuss and debate the latest in market trends, investments, DIY and much more. Step inside The OneRoof Radio Show and make yourself at home.
 
We follow the economic events and trends that affect New Zealand.
 
Your friends might not want to talk about money, but I do! Hi, I’m Ruth and I’m a blogger on Personal Finance and in this podcast I tell the stories of Kiwi’s and their experiences with the money in their lives. How do they use it or how does it use them? Where do they save and invest it and does it work? What are their financial triumphs and financial train wrecks? How can you extract the most out of life and spend as little as possible while doing it? Join me as I ask the questions everyon ...
 
Deloitte New Zealand’s State of the State series explore issues which we believe to be of importance to the future of New Zealand. This podcast series follows our recent article series. The Deloitte team and expert guests delve deeper into the topics of delivering wellbeing in abundance (2018), and building a fair future for all (2019), which looks at reducing inequities across New Zealand.
 
Listen to the latest NBR interviews, debates and panel discussions on demand, giving you context and the chance to hear what goes on behind-the-scenes.
 
NZ Wealth & Risk is about wealth: defining it, making it, growing it, protecting it, enjoying it, and sharing it. See www.wealthandrisk.nz for more money resources for savvy Kiwis.
 
The ACT Party’s weekly podcast for those who love free markets and free minds. Each episode covers off the week in politics and one big idea for a better tomorrow. Hosted by Ruwan Premathilaka with regular guests ACT Leader David Seymour and Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke.Authorised by D Smith, 27 Gillies Ave, Newmarket
 
A podcast addressing key policy, research and technology topics that impact the supply and quality of housing in New Zealand. The central question asked is "what should every Councillor know about...."
 
Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.
 
From Brussels, Berlin, Paris and London — Europe’s premier political podcast.
 
The most authoritative and comprehensive coverage of local and world events to be found on morning radio happens from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday on RNZ National.
 
The moneycontrol podcast is your daily source of business news, investment analysis and advice on stocks and the markets. Tune in to broaden your horizons with podcasts by journalists, experts and analysts giving you a head-start in the investment game.
 
With a straight down the middle approach, Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive on Newstalk ZB delivers the very latest news and views to New Zealanders as they wrap up their day.
 
Michael Houghton is originally from New Zealand and is now settled in Ireland. Join him as he shares his journey of chasing financial freedom in an Irish context.
 
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"This week in Forex" is a weekly TV News Show, recorded in New York and London . Written, produced and presented by Aidan Doyle, the show provides it's worldwide viewing audience a market round-up of the events of the previous week,and an outlook for the week ahead, within the worlds largest finacial market, Foreign exchange. Also includes a section featuring trading advice from a different renowned trader each week.For your local programing and other info visit the Official Show website: ww ...
 
Hearing from people who create, care for and treasure tracks and trails in Aotearoa
 
RN Drive takes you behind the day’s headlines, with an engaging mix of current affairs, analysis, arts and culture from across Australia and around the world.
 
Hosted by CNN's Jake Tapper, State of the Union features interviews with top newsmakers on politics and policy - covering Washington, the country and the world.
 
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Tune in to The Market Podcast with Moneycontrol Editor Santosh Nair and CNBC TV18 Stocks Editor Anuj Singhal to find out the D-Street action this past week.By moneycontrol
 
Tune in to Corporate Buxx with Jerome Anthony and Prince Thomas for the top corporate news of the week.By moneycontrol
 
Indian markets had a volatile week, with recovery setting in in the last two trading sessions. The Sensex rallied more than 200 points while the Nifty reclaimed 12,200 levels on January 24. For the week, the Sensex closed 0.79 percent lower while the Nifty ended with losses of 0.84 percent. The Nifty Midcap rose 1.6 percent for the week.…
 
Listen to the full show podcast of Money News with Janine Perrett.By Radio 2GB
 
So far, the week has belonged to the bears, as the domestic market remained under pressure during the first three sessions of the week. Nifty registered a new lifetime high of 12,430 on Monday and nosedived to 12,100-mark in the next couple of sessions. However, a decent recovery on Thursday helped the index recover some of its losses. At this junc…
 
The energy lines company, Vector, says the Auckland market continues to grow at pace.
 
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Brad Gordon of Hobson Wealth Partners.
 
The country's third largest rest home operator, Oceania Healthcare, says strong sales have driven up first half earnings.
 
The country's third largest rest home operator, Oceania Healthcare, says strong sales have driven up first half earnings.
 
Higher prices for transport and household costs, including rent and petrol, have pushed inflation higher than expected.
 
Listen to the full show podcast of Money News with Janine Perrett.By Radio 2GB
 
What's thought to be one of the biggest murals in the country has transformed a large grey concrete wall in Hamilton. The wall - 248 metres long and 11 metres tall at its highest point - was originally part of a hill, Te Kopu Mania o Kirikiriroa, that was excavated as a work scheme during the depression. Since then it's loomed over passers-by in An…
 
Wellington's embattled bus network is getting another refresh. But don't worry just yet - the Regional Council say they're just tweaking - not overhauling - the system to fix many of the problems they caused when they re-jigged the entire system in 2018. Greater Wellington Regional Council Chair Daran Ponter speaks to Philippa Tolley about the chan…
 
Schools start to reopen from Monday next week and many are bracing themselves for roll growth and last-minute enrolments that will put pressure on staffing and classroom space. Principals in high-growth areas have hired extra teachers because they know some families will turn up without warning. Here's RNZ education correspondent, John Gerritsen.…
 
For the first time in months, Samoa's hospitals are empty of measles patients. While authorities say it doesn't yet mark the end of an epidemic that infected more than 5,000 people and killed 83, the vast majority of them children under five, it is a significant achievement. Now, people are starting to demand answers to how things got so bad in the…
 
The Social Development Minister won't promise to increase benefits, in the face of growing demand for hardship grants. Almost 200,000 more hardship grants were made in the three months to December compared with the same period in 2018. In total, more than half a million hardship assistance payments, to help pay for essentials like food and rent, we…
 
The skyrocketing demand for hardship grants means Work and Income case managers haven't been able to spend as much time getting people into jobs. The admission has come from the Ministry of Social Development in its annual report - and figures released yesterday show the requests for money to pay for things like food and housing isn't slowing down.…
 
Picton's port and ferry terminals have been evacuated this morning, after a highly flammable LPG leak was found in the railyards this morning. Fire and Emergency has confirmed the leak, and crews are in attendance. A HAZMAT crew is also on its way from Nelson. KiwiRail's chief operating officer Todd Moyle speaks to Corin Dann.…
 
New Zealand is back on top again - one of the least corrupt countries in the world. We're ranked first equal, alongside Denmark, out of 180 countries on perceived levels of corruption in the latest findings by Transparency International. Justice Minister Andrew Little speaks to Philippa Tolley.
 
A child safety campaigner is calling for speed restrictions outside schools to be fast-tracked. The government has committed to doing this over the next decade but with children set to return to school from next week transport authorities are being asked, why wait? Ben Strang reports.
 
This EU Confidential episode comes to you from Davos, Switzerland where the POLITICO team has been covering the 50th edition of the World Economic Forum.You'll hear an exclusive interview with Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel on the EU's Green Deal. We also talked Trump and Twitter with Mary Beard, professor of classics at the University of …
 
A Whangarei sawmill is facing closure which could mean the loss of more than a hundred jobs. Carter Holt Harvey notified its 111 full time staff yesterday about the potential closure of the site, due to log shortages in Northland. Corin Dann spoke to Whanagarei mayor Sheryl Mai.
 
The World Health Organisation has announced the coronavirus outbreak does not yet merit an international public health emergency. Five cities in China have been put in lockdown in a bid to control the spread of the respiratory coronavirus, which has killed eighteen people and infected almost 650. Cases have also been reported in Thailand, South Kor…
 
Kia ora, Welcome to Friday's Economy Watch where we follow the economic events and trends that affect New Zealand. I'm David Chaston and this is the International edition from Interest.co.nz. Today we lead with news of rapidly building economic consequences from the latest Chinese health scare. Yesterday, the China coronavirus threat spooked Asian …
 
On the eve of the tour by India, the New Zealand cricket captain Kane Williamson made the extraordinary offer of stepping aside from the leadership role. This weekend marks a busy start to the new year for both the Black Caps and the White Ferns. The men play five T20's, three ODI's and two Tests against India, while the women play a series against…
 
New Zealand is set to swelter this weekend with parts of the country forecast temperatures in the mid 30s. Canterbury and Southland are due to for the best of it on Friday and Saturday as well as the East Coast of the North Island. But as usual it's the capital that misses out. Maria Augutis is a weather forecaster for NIWA and joins us now speaks …
 
Three American firefighters have been killed in a water tanker plane crash while battling wildfires in Australia. The Lockheed C-130 Hercules went down while fighting a bushfire in the Snowy Monaro area. Fires are still raging in several states, particularly in New South Wales, Victoria, and the ACT. Canberra airport has been reduced to near closur…
 
Royalty, politicans, business leaders, thinkers and celebrities have gathered in Davos in the Swiss mountains for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum. Prince Charles, who has long advocated for environmental responsibility, warned those attending that only a revolution in the way the global economy and financial markets work can save the…
 
Politicians will arrive at Ratana Pā near Whanganui tomorrow to celebrate the birthday of T W Ratana, the faith leader and prophet. The annual pilgrimage signals the start of the political year, one that this time around ends with an election. It won't be smooth sailing for the government, despite Labour's historic relationship with the Ratana Haah…
 
The number of work-related deaths reported has shot up. Figures combined for the first time show that many more people are being killed than the public previously thought. They also reveal the most dangerous industry is not among those that the Government's safety agency has focused on. Phil Pennington reports.…
 
Aucklanders still don't know what caused yesterday's intermittent power cuts that has left businesses in the CBD out of pocket. Lines company Vector is investigating the lunchtime blackout which struck the central city and large parts of Parnell and Grafton. Mackenzie Smith reports.
 
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