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Best Value Invest Asia podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Value Invest Asia podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Bid breaks down what’s happening in the markets and explores the forces that are changing investing. Hear thought leaders in and outside of BlackRock discuss the trends shaping society and why they matter. Privacy policy: https://www.blackrock.com/corporate/compliance/privacy-policy This material is for informational purposes and is prepared by BlackRock, is not intended to be relied upon as a forecast, research or investment advice, and is not a recommendation, offer or solicitation to ...
 
The McKinsey Podcast, our new flagship podcast series, takes you inside our global firm, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most in business and management. McKinsey & Company is a management-consulting firm that helps businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organizations realize their most important goals. Topics covered in this series include strategy, technology, leadership, marketing, operations, organization, and the role of business in society.
 
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The coronavirus has driven markets into turmoil over the past few weeks. And this uncertainty has created a lot of questions: What are the parallels between today and the financial crisis of 2008? Is today’s crisis worse? What signs are we looking for which suggest we are on the path to recovery? On this episode of The Bid, we answer these question…
 
Factor investing has been years ahead in the sustainability conversation. Factors are characteristics that help explain stock returns – think buying cheap, trending, high-quality, or lower-risk stocks – and many factors have sustainable components to them as well. In the third episode of our mini-series, “Sustainability. Our new standard,” Andrew A…
 
What comes to mind when you hear of emerging markets? If portfolios are any indication, many investors shy away from emerging market (EM) stocks. EMs are often unfamiliar territory – and fear of the unknown can create cold feet. On this episode of The Bid, Gordon Fraser, portfolio manager for EM on BlackRock’s Fundamental Active Equity team, walks …
 
Geopolitics and trade tensions drove the market narrative in 2019. While we see trade tensions moving sideways this year, other risks still loom. Tensions between the U.S. and Iran are elevated; technology competition between the U.S. and China shows no signs of easing; and the U.S. is heading for one of its most consequential elections in modern h…
 
In the second episode of our mini-series, “Sustainability. Our new standard,” Philipp Hildebrand, BlackRock’s Vice Chairman, and Rachel Lord, Head of Europe, Middle East and Africa, talk about why the public and private sector together must tackle climate change, how BlackRock will deliver on recent announcements regarding sustainability and the mo…
 
Rising inequality, environmental pressures, increased protectionism and the reduced effectiveness of monetary policy have put institutions globally under stress. But the tools and policies used in the past may not be effective in solving these challenges. As the world pushes up against its structural limit, what does this mean for geopolitics, econ…
 
This is an exclusive interview with one of the most prominent businessmen in Malaysia, Tan Sri Dr. Lim Wee Chai. Tan Sri Dr. Lim is the co-founder of Top Glove Corporation, the largest glove manufacturer in the world. We sat down with him to understand how he started Top Glove from just a small factory and grew it into a business that produced more…
 
On September 14th, a series of airstrikes hit two Saudi Arabian energy facilities. It was the most significant attack on energy infrastructure in decades – but markets didn’t seem to think so. So why was the reaction so muted? On this episode of The Bid, Amer Bisat, Head of Emerging Market and Sovereign Alpha, sheds some light on the mystery: what …
 
It was the bubble to rival all bubbles. In March of 2000, the tech-heavy Nasdaq stock index hit its dot-com era peak. But by the fall of 2002, it was nearly all gone, alongside many of tech’s unicorn companies. It would take 15 years for the Nasdaq to reclaim its losses, and today tells a different story. Tech stocks are back in the headlines as th…
 
Dr. David Kuo is the key driving force behind the growth of The Motley Fool Singapore. Personally, he was my ex-boss and a key mentor to me. We sat down to discuss more about his childhood, how he ended up joining The Motley Fool in the UK and then brought the company to Singapore and grew it from zero. A wonderful story, and hope you guys enjoyed …
 
In this podcast Pelayo Menendez from CDC’s E&S team interviews PRAN-RFL Group’s Corporate Finance Director, Uzma Chowdhury. The PRAN-RFL Group is one of the largest conglomerates in Bangladesh. In 2017, CDC made a US$15 million debt investment in RFL Electronics Limited (RFL), a sister firm to the PRAN-RFL Group and a producer of consumer electroni…
 
This is our deep-dived research into the life of Tencent Holdings' Co-Founder, Pony Ma Hua Teng. This is the story of his beginning and how he grew Tencent Holdings into one of the largest technology companies in China and one of the most feared by its competitors. * * * To subscribe to our podcast, search "The Asian Mavericks" on Apple Podcast, Go…
 
When was the last time you bought a shirt you didn’t need, just because it was on sale? Or you drank a $5 coffee when there was cheaper coffee across the street? People are irrational, despite our best efforts otherwise, particularly when it comes to money. On this episode of The Bid, Dan Ariely, behavioral economist, professor at Duke University, …
 
Markets appear poised for change. Global growth is slowing, we are late in the business cycle, and geopolitical tensions could potentially wind back decades of globalization. What will be the main drivers of markets for the rest of this year? On this episode of The Bid, we’ll hear views on our midyear outlook from strategists and portfolio managers…
 
Markets are sending mixed signals. After a downturn at the end of 2018, we’ve seen the stock market rally in 2019 against a backdrop of geopolitical ups and downs. The whiplash looks set to continue, with trade disputes ongoing in almost every world region, 2020 U.S. elections in full swing and tensions building in the Gulf. Our measure of market c…
 
Sometimes it feels like tech is all we talk about these days. And it’s not just in conversation – our Google searches for buzzwords like blockchain and 5G are up over 1,000% in the past few years. But what topics aren’t we covering? New York Times technology columnist Kevin Roose is often the first to know. On this episode of The Bid, Kevin discuss…
 
From companies like Alibaba and Tencent to artificial intelligence and the development of 5G technology, China has become one of the most vibrant hubs for technology in the world. But surprisingly, it’s all pretty recent. In 2010, only about one-third of China’s population was using the internet, compared to 71% in the U.S. How did China become a t…
 
This is an exclusive interview with Mr. Yeah Hiang Nam, CEO of ValueMax Group Limited. ValueMax Group is the largest pawn shop chain in Singapore with revenue of more than SGD200 million a year. Mr. Yeah started out as a gold trader and retailer. However, in this interview, he shared with us how at the beginning, he was able to expand his business …
 
Think about the last time you switched on a light, charged your phone or cooked. Where did that electricity come from? More and more, that power is coming from renewable sources, such as wind and solar, instead of fossil fuels. And as we focus more on society’s impact on the environment and our climate, renewable energy is becoming harder to ignore…
 
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