Viewsroom podcast

Viewsroom

Reuters

Breakingviews columnists talk about the big numbers, crunchy deals and nasty spats in global business and economics, offering a weekly dose of financial insight that goes beyond the concise and provocative views readers get from our columns every day.

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283 episodios

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    Viewsroom: Oz goes green-ish; “Squid Game” wins

    17:28

    Australian climate policy is a work in progress, and Antony Currie fears the country’s net-zero plans may yet prove to be a damp squib. On the other hand, the South Korean drama is anything but: Jennifer Saba explains why the show is a major victory for Netflix and its investors. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Viewsroom: IMF’s big brouhaha, European retailing

    21:14

    The multilateral lender’s boss, Kristalina Georgieva, rode out data-rigging charges. Now she has got a lot to prove. Swaha Pattanaik ticks through how she can remake her legacy and reform the institution. Aimee Donnellan walks through the aisles of French supermarket finance. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Viewsroom: Electric-car global roundup; Facebook

    21:22

    Rivian drops its IPO prospectus, Volvo readies its public market return, Hertz brings on a car guy and GM gets a thumbs up from Engine No. 1. Antony Currie puts it all together. And what does Facebook’s outage mean for shareholders? Gina Chon and Richard Beales weigh in. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Viewsroom: Basket-case Britain; Gambling in Macau

    20:52

    Trucker shortages, partly thanks to Brexit, have been blamed for all manner of UK economic hardships, from toilet paper scarcities to long queues at petrol stations. Ed Cropley and Peter Thal Larsen explain. And our columnists in Hong Kong discuss casinos and investment banking.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Viewsroom: Evergrande is a mostly domestic crisis

    18:23

    Global investors have woken up to the potential financial risks that the heavily indebted Chinese property developer poses. Breakingviews Asia columnists explain, though, that even in a worst-case scenario its effects beyond the country’s borders should be limited. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Viewsroom: Breaking up Ant, smokes and flavors

    21:17

    Beijing’s crackdown on Jack Ma’s fintech giant continues, but there may be some silver linings to the latest wrinkle, Robyn Mak tells Pete Sweeney. Meantime Dasha Afanasieva explains what a cigar spinoff at Swedish Match and carveouts at Royal DSM have in common. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Viewsroom: Bitcoin, El Salvador and Roger Federer

    17:12

    As the Central American country adopts the cryptocurrency as a coin of the realm, Richard Beales and Gina Chon discuss the merits of stablecoins and the scramble by regulators to catch up with the market. Karen Kwok takes a slice at Roger Federer-backed running shoe outfit On.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Viewsroom: Scoring Ronaldo’s return to Man Utd

    15:03

    Shareholders cheered the prolific Portuguese striker’s surprise decision to rejoin his former club in England. His three-year stint at Juventus, though, was hardly a clear financial victory. Plus: An $80 bln IPO valuation for electric-truck maker Rivian would be too racy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Viewsroom: China’s push for common prosperity

    13:13

    Markets have been hit by a series of crackdowns in private tutoring, data security and more. Underlying this is Beijing’s effort to limit rich excesses and boost middle-class wealth, which could curb the performance of the country’s biggest and best-known private companies.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Viewsroom: China’s Afghanistan question

    27:43

    Beijing was able to expand its influence in central Asia while America and its allies held back the Taliban. The Islamic fundamentalists’ return to power presents China with new challenges – and opportunities. Plus: CEO Mike Henry shakes up mining giant BHP.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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