Govt intervention won’t bring back cheap Gas or harm Gas companies

May 3rd, 2017 Full Interviews

The Federal Government gas export restrictions announced last week appear to be targeted at Santos’ GLNG project in Queensland. RBC Energy Analyst Ben Wilson says it could be seen more as a threat than real policy.

The Money Cafe

March 24th, 2017 The Money Cafe

Unfortunately the gremlins got into The Money Cafe and destroyed the audio recording this week.

Alan and James Kirby still had a lovely catch up at Santorini in Melbourne and a number of people watched the conversation which was also screened on Facebook Live which you can see here.


March 20th, 2017 Top Stocks

SpeedCast International Limited is a leading global satellite communications network service provider, offering high-quality managed network services in over 90 countries and a global maritime network serving customers worldwide. 20 March 2017 Alan Kohler: Let’s talk about SpeedCast. Andrew Hokin: SpeedCast is an integrator and network services provider of remote area broadband and voice services … Continue reading “SpeedCast”

The Money Cafe

March 17th, 2017 The Money Cafe

It’s official, James Kirby was right and Alan Kohler was wrong and James is keen to remind Alan in The Money Cafe this week.

They also discuss investing in cannabis and debate how driverless cars will make ethical decisions about who to save in a potentially fatal accident. And of course, the topic of the week, our energy crisis.

The Money Cafe

March 10th, 2017 The Money Cafe

In this week’s episode, Alan and James discuss: too much oil, too few houses and a few rogue bankers.

Strengthening aluminium prices leads to upgrade of Alumina, but GBST’s downward revision of guidance is not appreciated

February 8th, 2017 Research Watch

This week, strengthening aluminium prices has led Macquarie Wealth Management to upgrade its view of Alumina, Morgans initiates coverage of gold explorer and developer Eastern Goldfields, and analysis of the record Australian trade surplus levels for December.

Grant Fenn

February 6th, 2017 The C-Suite

It was a good day to be a CEO when Downer EDI’s Grant Fenn delivered an 8.5 per cent increase in interim net profit and forecast a profit upgrade on the release of their first half results for FY16/17. The sharemarket responded immediately and their stock price soared 13% to a six year high.

Downer is a leading provider of services including: Transport; Technology and Communications; Utilities; Engineering, Construction and Maintenance; Mining; and Rail. But even with their diversified portfolio of work Fenn tells Alan Kohler that they still face pressure from competitors, contracts ending and customers taking their services in-house.

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