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Cinque miliardi di dollari, forse di più. C'è una montagna di denaro illegale che gira vorticosamente tra valigette, computer e conti correnti di tutto il mondo. Sono i soldi del riciclaggio, alimentano l'economia globale. In cinque puntate, Follow the money, il podcast di Danilo Chirico, segue come in una crime story questi soldi che, come insegnava Giovanni Falcone, da sporchi diventano puliti e senza odore. E racconta di banche e Stati compiacenti, imprenditori e professionisti "furbi", f ...
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Rather than delivering on their election promise to create a Great Koala National Park, the New South Wales Government is sitting on its hands until it can earn carbon credits from forests. On this episode of Follow the Money, Walkley Award winning journalist and Australia Institute Senior Fellow Stephen Long joins Ebony Bennett to discuss his new …
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In this episode entitled "Stocks & Crypto Update," host Jerry Robinson delves into the latest trends and movements within the S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, and key commodities, followed by an insightful crypto market analysis featuring Bitcoin and Ethereum. Jerry provides his signature commentary and analysis while offering strategic insights for both tradi…
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The major parties claim that minority and coalition governments are chaotic and unworkable, but are they actually more effective? Australian politicians aren’t exactly known for getting along with each other. But history shows that, when they’re forced to share government, they can get a lot done. In the wake of the Tasmanian election, Australia In…
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After scarcely mentioning it for nearly a decade while in government, the Coalition are now hot to trot on nuclear power – but why? On this episode of Follow the Money, energy researcher Matthew Ryan and host Ebony Bennett discuss the cost of a massive nuclear energy rollout, the legal and environmental barriers standing in the way and why the Coal…
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Capitalism is dying, but not in the way you might think. That’s the argument of academic economist and former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, who proposes capitalism has mutated into a far more sinister, feudal system on the back of sophisticated algorithms and big tech. On this episode of Follow the Money, recorded live at the State Libra…
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Join us on this new episode entitled Gold Hits New Heights as we dive into the recent surge in physical gold prices, reaching record highs. Discover the compelling reasons behind investing in gold and explore the four different ways to add it to your portfolio. Plus, stay tuned for a comprehensive market update covering the latest price movements i…
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The Albanese government came to power with big expectations around climate action, but are the government’s actions falling short of their rhetoric? On this episode of Follow the Money, former President of Kiribati Anote Tong joins Walkley Award winning journalist Stephen Long to discuss the Australian government’s “disappointing” record on climate…
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The ‘robodebt’ debacle was a shameful episode for the federal government, but was it an anomaly? Our guest today says the same behaviours that enabled robodebt have been playing out for decades in our climate policymaking and questions whether the government has appetite to implement its proposed integrity reforms. australiainstitute.org.au // @the…
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In this enlightening episode entitled The Bitcoin Halving Effect, your host and Bitcoin investor Jerry Robinson unravels the intricate process of Bitcoin halving, explaining how and why these events cut the reward for mining Bitcoin in half every four years. Discover the historical context of past halvings and their profound impact on Bitcoin's val…
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Independent MP Helen Haines has introduced a bill to Parliament designed to prevent pork-barreling, where taxpayer money is allocated according to where it is needed to win votes, not where the public needs it most. This was recorded on Tuesday 27th February 2024 and things may have changed since recording. australiainstitute.org.au // @theausinsti…
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Tasmania is heading to an election – 14 months early. Tasmania is retuning the size of its lower house from 25 seats to 35 seats at this election and multiple polls have predicted the result will be a minority government, so this is shaping up be a particularly interesting contest. This was recorded on Tuesday 20th February 2024 and things may have…
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In this episode of "Navigating the 2024 Bull Market: S&P's Historic Climb & Bitcoin's Big Comeback," we explore the S&P 500's unprecedented surge past 5,000 points and Bitcoin's return to $50,000, offering insights into the driving factors behind these milestones and strategies for informed investing in this dynamic financial landscape. Join econom…
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Federal Parliament is set to pass new industrial relations laws, including the 'right to disconnect.' This means that workers will legally be able to ignore calls outside of work hours. This was recorded on Tuesday 13th February 2024 and things may have changed since recording. australiainstitute.org.au // @theausinstitute Guest: Dr Jim Stanford, D…
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Every year, the Commonwealth collects more revenue from HECS than it gets from the Petroleum Resource Rent Tax. The PRRT is so insufficient that gas companies love it! Mark Ogge explains the Government's proposed changes, and how we can fix it to tax our gas companies fairly. This was recorded on Tuesday 6th February 2024 and things may have change…
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It’s been a week for the books in Australian Politics history, with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announcing changes to the highly-criticised Stage 3 tax cuts. Which got the media, and the opposition, into a bit of a frenzy. So what's changed, and how will it affect you? This was recorded on Tuesday 30th January 2024 and things may have changed s…
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