Alan Kohler

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Crikey
Clickbait at The Australian, AFRwere being encouraged to use “curiosity gap” headlines, sometimes cheapening se
Clickbait at The Australian, AFR
Crikey / Posted 6 days ago
were being encouraged to use “curiosity gap” headlines, sometimes cheapening serious investigative reporting. According to Alan Kohler, the number of clicks required to justify a journalist’s salary is much higher than it was 10 years ago, and that... Read more
18d
Zero Hedge
Denmark, Belgium, Now The Netherlands: Negative Mortgage Rates Spread Across Europebank should have paid the mortgage holders around 0.3 per cent interest, Kifid
Denmark, Belgium, Now The Netherlands: Negative Mortgage Rates Spread Across Europe
Zero Hedge / Posted 18 days ago
bank should have paid the mortgage holders around 0.3 per cent interest, Kifid said in the ruling. Financial journalist Alan Kohler had some pointed comments around the policy of NIRP and how it's devolving into ridiculous things such as... Read more
23d
MumBRELLA
The Australian Business Review and Business Spectator to fold into a single online 'home'announcement from Johnston also notes that readers will continue to receive ins
The Australian Business Review and Business Spectator to fold into a single online 'home'
MumBRELLA / Posted 23 days ago
announcement from Johnston also notes that readers will continue to receive insights from the brand’s key commentators Alan Kohler, Stephen Bartholomeusz and aka “KGB”. “You will continue to receive your daily AM and PM news emails as well as... Read more
26d
Business Spectator
Picks of the WeekAlan Kohler Nothing has fundamentally changed since the GFC, our banks are sti
Picks of the Week
Business Spectator / Posted 26 days ago
Alan Kohler Nothing has fundamentally changed since the GFC, our banks are still too big to fail and are still guaranteed by the government, it’s just that the price of that guarantee has gone up. Robert Gottliebsen A sudden clamp down on funds... Read more
30d
Daily Telegraph
Mortgage borrower paid by bankinterest, and pay them 971 ($A1,455.12) in travel and legal costs. Writing in
Mortgage borrower paid by bank
Daily Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
interest, and pay them 971 ($A1,455.12) in travel and legal costs. Writing in Business Spectator last week, commentator Alan Kohler warned that negative interest rate policies (NIRPs) were “beginning to look counter-productive”. “We may well... Read more
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30d
Perth Now
Mortgage borrower paid by bankinterest, and pay them 971 ($A1,455.12) in travel and legal costs. Writing in
Mortgage borrower paid by bank
Perth Now / Posted 30 days ago
interest, and pay them 971 ($A1,455.12) in travel and legal costs. Writing in Business Spectator last week, commentator Alan Kohler warned that negative interest rate policies (NIRPs) were “beginning to look counter-productive”. “We may well... Read more
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30d
The Courier Mail
Mortgage borrower paid by bankinterest, and pay them 971 ($A1,455.12) in travel and legal costs. Writing in
Mortgage borrower paid by bank
The Courier Mail / Posted 30 days ago
interest, and pay them 971 ($A1,455.12) in travel and legal costs. Writing in Business Spectator last week, commentator Alan Kohler warned that negative interest rate policies (NIRPs) were “beginning to look counter-productive”. “We may well... Read more
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Business Spectator
Picks of the WeekAlan Kohler Unless the economic cadavers of Japan and Europe suddenly sit up a
Picks of the Week
Business Spectator / Posted 1 months ago
Alan Kohler Unless the economic cadavers of Japan and Europe suddenly sit up and rub their eyes, central banks will eventually have to give up on negative interest rates. Robert Gottliebsen Many have missed the strategic significance of the PM’s... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Picks of the Weekgoes into bat for independent truckies and Bartholomeusz advises Glenn Stevens
Picks of the Week
The Courier Mail / Posted 1 months ago
goes into bat for independent truckies and Bartholomeusz advises Glenn Stevens to have a look across the ditch. Alan Kohler Unless the economic cadavers of Japan and Europe suddenly sit up and rub their eyes, central banks will... Read more

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