Australia's most prestigious business column is now a podcast. Chanticleer is a weekly news breakdown of all things business, finance and markets. Every Friday, Australian Financial Review columnists Tony Boyd and James Thomson go behind the doors of corporate Australia to give you their unvarnished analysis.
This week we assess the human and financial cost of the fall of Credit Suisse, how the US Federal Reserve shook markets with yet another interest rate rise, and look ahead to a huge week of economic data that will decide whether the Reserve Bank lift rates next month. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From Monday, March 20 on the How I Made It podcast, you’ll hear stories from women who’ve faced down enormous challenges to take a simple idea and build a business. Some would go global. They’re changing the face of Australian business and paving the way for a new generation of female leaders. We’ll uncover the daily hacks they use to get ahead and they’ll share some unique challenges that, rightly or wrongly, get thrown at them simply because they’re women. Listen to Female Founders fortnightly on the How I Made It feed, as we reveal how these entrepreneurs got their businesses off the ground and the sacrifices made in the relentless pursuit of success. Brought to you by The Australian Financial Review. Follow us wherever you get your podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we take an in-depth look at a chaotic week on global markets, from the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank to the wave of panic set off by Credit Suisse. We look at how it happened, what comes next, and what it means to Australia. We are joined again by the newest member of the Chanticleer team, Anthony Macdonald. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Chanticleer podcast examines the five big themes that investors have to know about, the job losses at Atlassian and Xero and what to read to get your investing career up and running. We also introduce the newest member of the Chanticleer team, Anthony Macdonald. This podcast is brought to you by PGIM. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Chanticleer podcast looks at the war over Labor’s plans to double the tax on earnings on the biggest superannuation balances, and looks ahead to next week’s interest rate decision. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode, Tony Boyd and James Thomson dig into Commonwealth Bank's $5.1 billion profit and find the mortgage cliff may not be as bad as some people think, put the kybosh on Philip Lowe's chances of another term as RBA governor and give their tips for profit season next week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Chanticleer podcast looks at how Google and Microsoft are squaring up for the next global arms race in technology, takes a punt on how many more times the Reserve Bank will raise interest rates and why $24 billion is not enough to get the mega-bid for gold miner Newcrest over the line. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Tony and James discuss Salesforce and Facebook’s brutal sacking of some workers by email, if the idea of interest rates coming down this year is too good to be true, why there is almost no chance that booming airline profits will translate into cheaper airfares any time soon and Tony's retirement as the longest-serving Chanticleer columnist. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Chanticleer podcast digs into the latest messes at The Star Entertainment Group and ASX and looks back at the two defining stories of the year. Tony Boyd and James Thomson also offer summer reading tips and look forward to markets in 2023 with their first guest on the show, Katie Hudson from Yarra Capital Management. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Tony Boyd and James Thomson look at two big energy plays energy plays by two of the countries richest miners, discuss the fiasco at the ASX and ask how high will interest rates go. This week's question comes from James Rawlings who asks, will we ever see nuclear power kick off in Australia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Tony Boyd and James Thomson investigate what's behind the Christmas rally, examine the fall of Bank of Queensland's controversial CEO, dig into China’s COVID-19 crisis and look forward to the Reserve Bank's final interest rate call of the year – will they, or won’t they? This week’s listener question is from Derek Lee in NSW’s Blue Mountains. He is currently in an industry fund which invests in unlisted assets and private equity, and wants to know if there’s any data to suggest these investments help outperform an index strategy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, James Thomson and Tony Boyd explore Qantas’ remarkable financial turnaround, examine the fallout from the collapse of crypto exchange FTX and discusses where they think Australian house prices are headed. This week’s listener question is from Anastasia Hardman from Lewisham in Sydney, who asks how she can boost her financial acumen in a business sense to get ahead at work. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Chanticleer podcast looks at what the massive takeover offer for Origin Energy means for Australia’s decarbonisation push, examines when interest rates are going to catch up with consumer spending and looks ahead to the showdown at the AGL annual general meeting. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Chanticleer podcast takes you inside the mind of one of the world’s most famous investors, asks what’s next for interest rates and looks ahead to the COP 27 climate meeting in Egypt. Background reading: How bargain hunter Howard Marks is preparing to pounce In an exclusive interview, the Wall Street icon tells the Financial Review that he is preparing to go bargain hunting, as interest rates turn the market’s fear of missing out into a fear of losing money. Why Pendal’s stock has great upside – and downside – potential Pendal boss Nick Good is confident a binding contract will stop Regal Funds Management from scuttling its merger with Perpetual. His investors hope he’s right. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Chanticleer podcast takes you inside the corridors of power to examine the federal budget, break down the big news in the Macquarie, ANZ profits and offer tips for Tuesday’s two big events – the RBA rate decision and the Melbourne Cup. They explain how the data breach at Medibank went from bad to worse to absolutely chaotic this week; analyse Credit Suisse’s big rescue; and pick out a surprising result from the Financial Review’s Young Rich list. This week’s question is from listener Delia French of Rozelle, Sydney, who asks what’s worse – inflation or recession? Ask Tony and James a question by email to email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week the Chanticleer podcast dissects what the fall of UK prime minister Liz Truss means for investors, and compares this week’s Medibank hack with the recent Optus breach.They examine the coronation of China’s president and the implications for the world; explain why dirty coal has turned into gold for some investors; and preview Tuesday’s federal budget. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Tony Boyd and James Thomson discuss an extraordinary moment in the energy debate; the elusive benefits of bank mergers; what to look for as the annual general meeting season kicks off; and what next week’s Australian jobs data means for interest rates. Tony and James are keen to hear from you. Ask a question via email at firstname.lastname@example.org See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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