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Kadir Çöpdemir Metro FM’deki “Ara Gaz” radyo programında, kendine has tarzı ve Hacı Darth Vader, Dilber Kortaylı gibi ikonik tiplemeleriyle gündemi hiç olmadığı kadar eğlenceli bir şekilde yorumluyor! Hafta içi her sabah 08:00-10:00 arası, işe gidiş trafiğinin en yoğun olduğu saatlerde radyo dinleyicilerini hem keyifli bir dünya turuna çıkarıp, güncel konulardan haberdar ediyor hem de yeni başlayan güne kahkahalarla hazırlıyor!
 
The Riff Raff started as an idea I had a few years ago just to sit and chat with my friends whom I consider to be inspirational to me in some way- whether it be as a musician, artist or whatever the case may be. Over the years, as a working musician, I’ve been lucky to work with many amazing people and musicians and would like to share some of their stories with you. I’m a professional musician. I like stories. I mean... I REALLY like stories. Oh, and I love jokes too. Luckily, I work with s ...
 
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Digital asset exchange The Independent Reserve released its inaugural Cryptocurrency Index in Singapore, finding that around 43% of Singaporeans actually own cryptocurrency, with a more positive attitude towards digital assets than even Australia. But what do they make of volatility surrounding the crypto space, and what should investors do when tr…
 
Indonesia has become Asia's Covid-19 epicenter, overtaking India, and on Sunday, President Joko Widodo extended the partial lockdown in parts of the country to August 2nd. On Prime Time, Rachel Kelly and Timothy Go speak to Linda Yulisman, Indonesia Correspondent, Straits Times who shares the latest on the situation in the country. See omnystudio.c…
 
Michelle Martin and Arun Pai, Chief Strategy Officer at Flow discuss the FOMC decision to keep rates unchanged, Robinhood's IPO and Chinese shares at the crosshairs of Beijing's regulatory crackdown. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.由MONEY FM 89.3
 
To what extent is the MAS lifting dividend caps on Singapore banks and finance companies in line with actions we’re seeing in other markets? Do we expect the banks to start paying pre-pandemic level dividends now? What can we make of FOMC's decision to keep rates unchanged? Michelle Martin and Jack Kouzi, Founder and Director of VFS Group go beyond…
 
With the travel and tourism sector on a standstill, Singapore's once-thriving nightlife sector still finds itself clinging on for survival. And with the recent emergence of KTV clusters, the Singapore Nightlife Business Association (SNBA) has written an open letter to address the matter. Joseph Ong, President, Singapore Nightlife Business Associati…
 
According to the General Insurance Association (GIA) annual report, Singapore’s general insurance sector recorded mostly flat growth for 2020, with a 0.2 percent decrease. Ronak Shah, Honorary Secretary, General Insurance Association of Singapore (GIA), shares more about how consumer needs have shifted for the general insurance sector due to Covid-…
 
Despite reporting strong fiscal third-quarter earnings, Apple stock was down over 2% in extended trading after issuing a warning that its earnings call growth in the September quarter would not be as strong as June’s. Stanley Lim, Co-Founder & Chief Editor Of Value Invest Asia shares the secret to Apple's increment of nearly 50% in iPhone sales on …
 
In The Spotlight, hosts Timothy Go and Rachel Kelly spoke to Jean Ang, Managing Director, Citi APAC Markets Investors Sales and Co-Chair of Citi Singapore ESG Taskforce about a recent survey conducted by Citi into regional ESG investment product trends. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Despite recent setbacks related to the resurgence of COVID-19 cases in Singapore over the last 2 months- - JPMorgan's Chief Equity Strategist for the ASEAN region Rajiv Batra thinks that upside and gains for Singapore stocks is intact -- as long as investors vax and relax. But what about the rest of the region - -with sentiment dashed by even highe…
 
In order to tackle the illegal logging trade in supply chains, and to protect forests from deforestation, Singapore company Double Helix Tracking Technologies, developed and commercialized DNA testing for wood. On Sustainable Singapore, Rhianne Lovell-Boland speaks with Darren Thomas, Co-founder & CEO of the company who shares more on how it all wo…
 
On Health Suites, Claressa Monteiro and Sujatha Nair, Assistant Director (Educational Advisory), English Language and Literacy Division, and Madinah Begum, Educational Advisor and Senior Educational Therapist, Dyslexia Association of Singapore discuss dealing with bullying among vulnerable students. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
For Apple, their earnings results were great but stock is down amid concerns over chip shortage, what can we make of this? Are there any dark clouds on Google's horizon? What lessons can be drawn from Microsoft's results and forward guidance? Michelle Martin and Kyle Rodda, Analyst at IG go beyond the headlines and market buzz in this edition of Ma…
 
Leslie Lopez, Regional Correspondent, The Straits Times gives an analysis of President Rodrigo Duterte's report card at the end of his term, Indonesia's extension of the partial lockdown, the kind of curbs that will be eased even as the emergency restrictions are extended, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Companies who are slowly joining the sustainability revolution for their businesses are faced different challenges which hinders them to successfully incorporate this into their businesses. Frank Meehan, Founder & CEO, Equilibrium World, shares more about the sustainability revolution and how can companies survive in its sustainability revolution j…
 
According to Capgemini’s latest World Wealth Report (WWR), North America has surpassed Asia Pacific (APAC) and now helms as the ‘High-Net-Worth Individuals’ (HNWI) market leader. Ravi Makhija, Managing Director, Capgemini Financial Services Asia, shares why the APAC market was overtaken and how the region might be impacted from the change in rankin…
 
Less than a week after Singapore renewed Phase 2-HA social restrictions to contain the surge in COVID infections linked to the KTV cluster and the Jurong Fish Port -- officials set out a roadmap that could see activities and travel normalized for fully vaccinated individuals. Terence Wong, CEO of Azure Capital, joined us to talk about what this may…
 
In The Straits Times’ The Big Story, assistant video editor Olivia Quay and multimedia journalist Hairianto Dirman spoke to Dr Geraldine Tan, director and principal psychologist of The Therapy Room about the points that stood out for her from Education Minister Chan Chun Sing’s ministerial statement on the River Valley High School incident in Parli…
 
In The Spotlight, Rachel Kelly spoke to Curtis Chin, Senior Fellow at Milken Institute about US-China relations as well as the US Defense Secretary, Lloyd Austin is visit to Singapore, in a move seen as reaffirming the importance of South-east Asia in Washington’s Indo Pacific strategy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In Powering Your Property, Prime Time's Tim Go spoke to Lee Pui Kheng, Senior Project Manager, Unispace about bridging the design and delivery gap during the pandemic. Over the last year, a spate of movement restrictions led to Singapore’s construction industry being impacted by multiple delays. Global workspace design specialist Unispace was taske…
 
How much of a boost, if any, do you expect Singapore's opening up to give to the economy? What is China doing that is spooking investors? Should investors exit Chinese tech stocks? Michelle Martin and Sani Hamid, Director for Wealth Management of Financial Alliance go beyond the headlines and market buzz in this edition of Market View. See omnystud…
 
Tan Dawn Wei, China Bureau Chief, The Straits Times gives an analysis of the effect of China's new set of sweeping regulations on after-school tutoring companies and investors, China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi statement before US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's arrival in China, the latest update of typhoon In-Fa. See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
Discussions to build a 'Fintech Bridge', that aims to bolster digital trade between Singapore and Australia, are now in full swing. Stephen Skulley, Senior Trade & Investment Commissioner at Australian Trade & Investment Commission (Austrade), Singapore shares the steps required to turn the initiative into a reality and how the 'Bridge' would benef…
 
Advanced robotics has been slowly adopted by various sectors all over the world. Augmentus, a Singapore-based AI programming platform, helps these companies by deploying complex industrial robots which incorporates an easy-to-use graphical interface which eliminates the need for coding and CAD files. Yong Shin Leong, CEO & Co-Founder, Augmentus, sh…
 
Though a 3Q setback is possible thanks to the reimposition of Phase 2-HA restrictions, the Singapore economy is still expected to bounce back this year, from a macro perspective. But on a micro scale, what costs are the vulnerable sectors possibly bearing? Song Seng Wun, Economist at CIMB Private Banking, joined us on Prime Time to discuss. See omn…
 
On SGExtra, hosts Rachel Kelly and Timothy Go spoke to Zakir Hussain, Singapore Editor, The Straits Times about the multi-ministry task force’s update in Parliament. On Monday, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung, Trade and Industry Minister Gan Kim Yong and Finance Minister Lawrence Wong gave an update on the Covid-19 situation. These include the Governme…
 
When she left her corporate job as an independent "doer" she found her insurance company would charge five times her corporate coverage. Founder of Doerscircle Helle Priess discusses the rise of the independent workforce and what her platform is positioned to offer entrepreneurs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Delta variant and investor concerns, the 2 factors that investors are eyeing this week, China's crackdown on edtech and is the bond market broken? Are investors really ready to put Covid variants and inflation in the rear-view mirror? Given earnings from 165 constituents of the SNP will be out this week, what are the big names to focus on? And, wha…
 
Straits Times US Bureau Chief, Nirmal Ghosh gives an analysis of the US Republicans' demand for an investigation into some of America’s government-run nursing homes, reports of low wages, understaffed restaurants all leading overworked people to quit in the US, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In today’s highly competitive business environment, implementing a successful brand strategy remains vital, yet problematic, for many. Jon Wong, Brand Strategist, MediaOne, shares the components needed for a comprehensive brand strategy and the common mistakes that businesses should avoid when implementing them. See omnystudio.com/listener for priv…
 
The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and local manufacturing software company Arcstone recently opened a joint laboratory at A*STAR’s Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC) which aims to develop smart manufacturing solutions for businesses to ease their operations. Willson Deng, CEO & Founder, Arcstone, shares mor…
 
Signs of risk-off sentiment bolstered safe haven currencies like the greenback and the Japanese Yen, while COVID-19 concerns weighed on sturdier currencies like the Australian Dollar and the Singapore Dollar in recent times. Khoon Goh, Head of Asia Research at ANZ, spoke to us on Forex Fridays about the week that was for these currencies, and which…
 
Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys in conversation with Rob Salisbury, CSP, Chief Strategy Officer, SRI Global, about his personal mission to clean and green Singapore and how he is encouraging everyone to do their part to clear their trash. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
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