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20 Best UK Economic Podcasts of 2021

Are you wanting to learn more about uk economic? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best uk economic podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

Best UK Economic Podcasts 2021

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

IPPR

  • Publisher: IPPR
  • Total Episodes: 75

The IPPR Economic Justice Podcast examines our broken economy and discusses the progressive solutions that can end injustice and create prosperity. Drawing on IPPR research and expertise, plus special guests, the podcast will be an opportunity to focus on the major issues and opportunities facing the UK economy. The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) is the UK’s leading progressive think tank.

LGIM Talks

  • Publisher: Legal & General Investment Management
  • Total Episodes: 144

What does a changing world mean for my portfolio? Which asset classes are undervalued? Will declining demographics affect my investments? From Legal & General Investment Management, we bring you conversations about the global economy and how professional investors can take advantage of these opportunities. We’ll be talking to fund managers, analysts, industry experts and more to discuss the latest market and political developments, their most exciting asset allocation ideas and how they’re optimising portfolios for market booms and economic gloom. From Trump’s tariffs to irrational investors, LGIM Talks dives into the world of asset management and brings you our most compelling thoughts to help you make informed investment decisions. To find out more, visit http://www.lgim.com/uk/en/insights/our-thinking/ Legal & General have been helping customers since 1836. A founding member of the Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) 100 index, L&G is one of the UK’s leading financial services companies serving UK customers for our life assurance, pensions, investments and general insurance plans. This podcast is intended for investment professionals, and shouldn’t be shared with a non-professional audience. This podcast should not be taken as an invitation to deal in Legal & General investments. Any views expressed during this recording belong to the individuals and are based on market conditions at the time of recording, and do not reflect the views of Legal & General Investment Management. Legal & General Investment Management is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Legal & General Investment Management, One Coleman Street, London, EC2R 5AA. Register in England no. 2091894. All rights reserved. No part of this audio may be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written consent of Legal & General Investment Management.

Colin Podcasts about Real Estate

  • Publisher: Colin G Murphy
  • Total Episodes: 48

This show is for people who love real estate. Whether you are already an expert or just starting out, Colin is a trusted and straight talking source of ideas to help accelerate your real estate journey in any economic cycle. Tune in every week to hear special guests, insights and actionable tips on real estate investing. Show host Colin G Murphy is a full time investor based in Tampa Florida who has bought and sold more than $100 million worth of real estate in the US and UK markets, including 350+ fix and flips in Tampa Florida. Colin has experience in a wide variety of real estate related activities, including buy & hold, fix and flip, wholesaling, tax liens, tax deeds, foreclosure auctions, note investing, private lending and more. In addition to investing full time, Colin enjoys podcasting, networking with fellow professionals and generally creating useful content for those who want to achieve financial freedom before they get too old to enjoy it.

Economics In Ten

  • Publisher: Economics In Ten
  • Total Episodes: 28

Economics In Ten is your go-to podcast if you want to learn about the lives, times and ideas of the world’s greatest economic thinkers. Each episode is a fun exploration of a famous economist using ten different questions. Presented by Pete and Gav, your friendly neighbourhood economists, with technical support from Nic and music from Jukedeck – create your own at http://jukedeck.com

Building a Bigger Table Podcast

  • Publisher: Shaa Wasmund
  • Total Episodes: 33

Shaa is the original misfit, maverick and magic maker. Despite an Economics degree from The London School of Economics and a proud recipient of an MBE from The Queen, her real talents come from the school of hard knocks.Growing up on a council estate, Shaa learnt early on, that the only way to level the playing field was to first believe you could. Then go all in on making it happen. Shaa’s first book, “Stop Talking Start Doing” became WHSmith’s #1 Bestselling Business Book for 14 months in a row, breaking all industry records. Shaa has never been one to sit on the fence or rest on her laurels and today her sole mission is to level the playing field and create real social mobility for all.The Sunday Times recently named her as “One of the top 20 most influential entrepreneurs in the UK”.

Economics in business

  • Publisher: PwC UK
  • Total Episodes: 24

A PwC podcast series in which our economics experts discuss the UK and global macroeconomic outlook and what this means for businesses.

The Responsible Finance Podcast

  • Publisher: Jamie Veitch
  • Total Episodes: 20

From banks that can’t lend to small businesses, predatory payday lenders, high interest loan sharks, or social investors who just don’t support social enterprises – there’s plenty to criticise in the world of finance. But there’s a a strong and growing network of finance providers who are building resilient economies throughout the UK – offering a personal service, a supportive approach and a real alternative to traditional bank lenders and finance providers. Responsible Finance providers bring social and economic benefits to people, places and businesses. And on the responsible finance podcast, we hear about how they build hope, create opportunity and change lives – that’s responsible finance.

Next Economy Now: Business as a Force for Good

  • Publisher: LIFT Economy
  • Total Episodes: 214

Next Economy Now highlights the leaders that are taking a regenerative, bio-regional, democratic, transparent, and whole-systems approach to using business as a force for good. Popular guests include Resmaa Menakem (NYT bestselling author of “My Grandmother’s Hands”), Robin DiAngelo (NYT bestselling author of “White Fragility”), Vincent Stanley (Patagonia), Winona LaDuke (White Earth Reservation), Autumn Brown (AORTA), Vanessa Roanhorse (Roanhorse Consulting), Varshini Prakash (Sunrise Movement), and Aaron Tanaka (Center for Economic Democracy). Learn more at www.lifteconomy.com

Investec Focus Radio UK

  • Publisher: Investec
  • Total Episodes: 301

Investec Focus Radio UK features conversations between leading minds and other experts on economics, investments, business and working culture and topical issues beyond wealth.

The Anthill

  • Publisher: The Conversation
  • Total Episodes: 67

The Anthill is a show for curious minds, with a mix of everything from science, history and psychology to politics and economics. We unearth new stories from the world of academia, bringing new and cutting edge research on the big issues of the day. The Anthill is produced by The Conversation, a not-for-profit media organisation which provides a platform for academics to share their expertise with the general public. It’s hosted by Annabel Bligh, business and economy editor at The Conversation UK. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The CRA Podcast with Linda Ezuka

  • Publisher: Linda Lewis Ezuka
  • Total Episodes: 10

Welcome to the CRA Podcast. I’m Linda Lewis Ezuka, your host and Founder of CRA Today and the CRA Hub. This podcast is part of my mission to transform communities through the power of economic development and the Community Reinvestment Act. For a deeper dive into community development concepts, join your CRA colleagues in the CRA Hub, a membership for bankers to connect and master the art of the CRA. www.cratoday.com/Hub www.cratoday.com

Unfurling

  • Publisher: Elizabeth & Catriona
  • Total Episodes: 15

Join us as we explore the power of the natural world to inform and inspire us — in our everyday lives, and in the complex challenges the world is facing. With nature as our guide (and drawing on our own experience in coaching and consulting, international work, non-profit management, writing, local politics, and community) we explore diverse topics like climate change, confidence, listening, health, economics, storytelling, and more.We look from different perspectives – including science and art; city and rural; individuals and systems – and try to cross pollinate ideas and uncover new ways of thinking. We offer up personal experiences, as well as ideas and experiences from guests, books, and elsewhere, all the while asking what the natural world can teach us. Unfurling is hosted by UK-based Catriona Horey and Elizabeth Wainwright. Elizabeth is a writer, a coach and consultant operating locally and globally, and an elected District Councillor. Catriona is a coach – specialising in leadership, life, climate change and nature coaching – and a coaching skills trainer. Join the Unfurling Facebook group to carry on the conversation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/313645743154222  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Michael Munger on EconTalk

  • Publisher: EconTalk: Mike Munger and Russ Roberts
  • Total Episodes: 57

Michael C. Munger, Chair of Political Science at Duke University, appears regularly as a guest on EconTalk, the award-winning economics podcast hosted by Russ Roberts of George Mason University. Podcasts featuring Mike Munger are listed here. Additional readings, links, and podcasts can be found at econtalk.org. EconTalk is made available through the Library of Economics and Liberty, econlib.org, and is provided by Liberty Fund, Inc.

True Currency: About Feminist Economics

  • Publisher: The Alternative School of Economics & Gasworks
  • Total Episodes: 7

True Currency: About Feminist Economics is a six-part podcast hosted by artists Amy Feneck and Ruth Beale (The Alternative School of Economics), launching on 16 July, with a new episode released weekly. The outcome of an eight month residency, the podcast is produced in collaboration with Lucia Scazzocchio from Social Broadcasts, and presents detailed testimonials from academic researchers, policy experts, community leaders and activists; and explores financial inequality, feminism, intersectionality, labour exploitation, unpaid work, care, unionisation and reproductive labour. Over the six episodes Amy Feneck and Ruth Beale hear from several contributors, including the Director of UK Women’s Budget Group, Director of FLEX (Focus on Labour Exploitation), a campaigner for Sex Workers’ Union, a parent and NHS community nurse. The podcasts discuss financial inequalities and consider the issues migrant women face when campaigning for fair pay. They also look at unpaid work and care, and consider future re-imaginings for a feminist economy. The final episode focuses on how the Coronavirus pandemic has thrown light upon many of the issues discussed throughout the series. — EPISODES Released Thursday 16 July 2020. Episode 1: If Women Counted Released Thursday 23 July 2020. Episode 2: Worker Struggles, Part 1 – When Migrant Women Rise, We All Rise Released Thursday 30 July 2020. Episode 3: Worker Struggles, Part 2 – No Bad Whores, Just Bad Laws Released Thursday 6 August 2020. Episode 4: Suspended Time Released Thursday 13 August 2020. Episode 5: We are the True Currency Released Thursday 20 August 2020. Episode 6: The Economy is Still Happening — ABOUT Amy Feneck and Ruth Beale are the third artists to undertake the Gasworks Participation Artist in Residence programme, which supports London-based artists to develop work in collaboration with local community groups. The podcast series was developed between September 2019 and April 2020, through conversations with experts and workshops with community groups at the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre and IRMO (Indoamerican Refugee and Migrant Organisation). These workshops encouraged conversations between women and parents who were interested in these ideas, and are actively involved in feminist economic projects. Commissioned by Gasworks, supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Arts Council England. Visit https://bit.ly/truecurrencysurvey to tell us what you think and for a chance to win one of three books featured in The Alternative School of Economics’ recent virtual reading groups. (Deadline for entry 30 August). — THANK YOU Thank you to Usma Ashraf, Lisa Baraitser, Kathrin Böhm, Lucia Granada, Ailie Rutherford, Shiri Shammy, Marion Sharples, Mary-Ann Stephenson, Thaira Mhearba and all at WBG, Adabeybi Candelo, Carmenza Sierra Lopez, Ana Cecilia Clavijo and all members of AMPLA, Javiera Sandoval, Jeannine Moros-Noujaim and all at IRMO, Jade, Ivy, Stacey Clare, Juno Mac, members and allies of the Sex Worker’s Union, Mozzaika, Balkiss, and those present at Women’s Strike and Sex Work Strike 8th March 2020, Flor Andrade Valencia, Jaquelin Saldaña, Isabel Cortez, Suzanne, Molly and all at UVW, Claire Summers, Ingrid, Maite, Emi, Fares, Sarah, Agneiska, Shanaz, Khudeja, K Rose R, Linh and Zara, the staff of the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre, Lian Pitt, Concheater Thomas, Nadine Bennett; everyone who has attended any of the Feminist Economics Reading groups and the Evaluation Board Meetings, to Fari Bradley, Andrea Franke, Ross Jardine, Ben Prescott, and special thanks to Lucia Scazzocchio, and to Laura Hensser, Sheena Balkwill and all the Gasworks team.

Bear Market Brief Podcast

  • Publisher: Foreign Policy Research Instit
  • Total Episodes: 20

The Bear Market Brief (BMB) podcast explores politics, economics, and their intersection in Russia, Ukraine, and the post-Soviet space. BMB Russia & Ukraine is a project of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, a nonpartisan think tank in Philadelphia. Visit www.fpri.org/bmb-russia to learn more, or follow us on Twitter @bearmarketbrief or @FPRI.

The Curious Quant

  • Publisher: Qurious Analytics
  • Total Episodes: 21

The Curious Quant series, hosted by Michael Kollo, is a discussion between technically-minded professionals in the financial services, technology and data science fields. It examines the application of new data and new methodologies to common problems in financial markets. Michael Kollo has a PhD in Finance is from the London School of Economics where he lectured in quantitative finance in addition to Imperial College and at the University of New South Wales. He has created models and led quantitative research teams at Blackrock, Fidelity and Axa Rosenberg in the UK before more recently moving to Australia where he established the quantitative team for the $50 billion industry superannuation fund, HESTA. The aim is to promote better discussions about these emerging areas, and a better understanding of new technologies for practitioners and academics alike. Consider it a sort of scientific, quantitative banter, at its finest. But don’t worry, no equations, I promise, unless you are into that kind of thing. Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualified and professional advice.

The Fraser of Allander Institute Podcast

  • Publisher: Fraser of Allander Institute
  • Total Episodes: 50

The latest on the Scottish and UK economy from a leading independent economic research institute based in the University of Strathclyde.

The UKFIU Podcast

  • Publisher: UK Financial Intelligence Unit
  • Total Episodes: 5

The UK Financial Intelligence Unit (UKFIU), housed within the National Crime Agency, has national responsibility for receiving, analysing and disseminating financial intelligence submitted through the Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) regime. SARs alert law enforcement to potential instances of money laundering and terrorist financing and are a vital source of intelligence, not only on economic crime but on a wider range of criminal activity. These educational podcasts are part of the UKFIU’s new digital presence delivering a smarter approach to fighting crime, in line with UKFIU priorities of reducing harm, protecting the integrity of the UK economy and ensuring that there are no safe spaces for economic crime or terrorism financing.

Solomon Success » Podcast

  • Publisher: Jason Hartman
  • Total Episodes: 140

The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, but also practical. Analysis of these principals will quickly reveal their value in our personal, professional, and financial lives. Success is ours to achieve. The roadmap has been laid for us. All that remains is for us to take disciplined action. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Jeff Desich (The Self-Directed IRA Market), Jeremy Josse (Learn What the Old Testament Can Teach Us About Risk), Katherine Albrecht (Teach Your Kids to Say No to the Mark of the Beast), Chris Stone (The Faith Driven Consumer), Marc Mero (Forgive or Relive Your Past), Michael Dowd (Thank God for Evolution), K. Palmer Hartl (The Ten Commandments of Management), Tyron Barrington (Following God’s Path in Today’s Creative Industries), Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin (Standing Up For America in the Face of Terror), Santiago Rivera (Doing Business God’s Way), David Porter (Conservative Investing), Rep Ploshay (Incorporating Faith Into Business), Jerry Robinson (Bankruptcy and Strive on America’s Horizon), Luke McClure (Make Better Moral Decisions Under God), Richard Tiller (Tough Conversations), Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Scams), Michael Novak (Ronald Reagan – The Democratic Party and Abortion), O.S. Hawkins (The Jesus Code: Is Money Your God?), Dr. Calvin Mercer (Social & Religious Implications of Life Extension), Bill Cheney (Chief Economist for John Hancock), John Horvat (Return to Order), Rabbi Aryeh Spero (Caucus for America), Larry Julian (God is My CEO), Rodney Stark (How the West Won), Guy Hatcher (Leave A Legacy Beyond Money), Dave Anderson (Run Your Business by The Book), Rabbi Brad Hirshfield (Religion and Politics), Wayne Grudem (Business for the Glory of God), Renee Glover (Habitat for Humanity), John Allen Jr. (The Global War on Christians), Rabbi D.B. Ganz (Uncommon Sense), Chad Hovind (Godonomics), Benjamin Wiker (Worshipping the State), Craig Bergman (Patriots for Christ), Vassula Ryden (Heaven is Real and So is Hell), Joseph Farah (Ten Commandments Billboards), Henry Garman (Run With the Vision), Chris Hogan (Taking An Active Part in Your Finances), Craig Johnson (Lead Vertically), Jeffrey Grupp (Zen Flower Radio: Telementation – The Cosmic Law of Feeling and the Law of Attraction), Robert Katz (The Solomon Portfolio), Jim Collins (Beyond Positive Thinking), Ric Edelman (A Tale of Two Brothers), and Bruce Fleet (Solomon Secret: Seven Principles of Financial Success from King Solomon). A trademark feature of Hartman Media podcasts are our ‘Tenth Episodes’ where alternative topics of interest are explored every tenth episode. This provides a diverse mix of programming exploring issues and influential authors including Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul), Ted Malloch (Doing Virtuous Business), Jeff DeGraff (How To Jumpstart Innovation Teams), and Jim Palmer (It’s OK To Be Scared But Never Give Up). The Solomon Success blog provides in-depth analysis on a range of issues including Interest Rates: What’s in Store for 2015, New Tenant Types Fuel Rental Demand, Can 3% Down Boost Lending?, Real Estate Scams: Four Warning Signs, The Young and the Old Drive Rental Demand, Length of Years Can Mean Loss of Money, Successful Investors Maintain Control, Homeownership Drops: Who’s Not Buying Houses?, New App Pays Your Rent – But Convenience Costs, Smart Financial Advice – For All of Us, Wise Landlords Think Like King Solomon, False Prophets = False Profits: Keys to God Centered Investing, Stewardship Guides Christian Investing, Income Property Creates A Legacy, Real Estate Trumps Silver and Gold, How Does Prayer Help Investors?, Launch Your Investing Career in Little Rock Arkansas, Set Investing Goals Solomon’s Way, Five Habits of Successful Investors, Abundance: Forecast For the Future, Should Bitcoins Buy Real Estate?, What’s Keeping Mortgage Interest Rates So Low?, Objective Decisions Create Investing Success, The US: Still the World’s Only Superpower?, Real Estate: The Universal Asset, Home Buying Drop Means Investor Opportunity, Migration Gives Clues About Market Strength, RV Ratio: Key to Prudent Investing, Identity Theft Crosses All Borders, Can Over-Regulation Stifle Small Business?, Do College Grads Earn More?, Social Media Boosts Investing Success, Section 8 Rents Are Government Guaranteed, Investing Can Keep the Golden Years Golden, Housing Obsolescence Stops Buyers and Renters, The Typical Corporate Spiel, Will Lower Credit Standards Boost Borrowing?, Rates Are Low – But So Are Mortgages, Young Adults Beat Out Baby Boomers, House Flipping: Sound Investing?, Tenants With Disabilities: What Landlords Need to Know, Personal Brands: A Tool for Investors?, Are You A Technology Addict?, Get Started in Real Estate – For Free, Buy or Rent: It All Depends, Buyer Caution May Stall Housing’s Recovery, Weather Events Cost Unprepared Investors Money and Time, Is HOusing in Recovery or Decline?, New Technology Supports Bitcoin Freedom, Build Wealth With Prosperity – Not Precious Metals, Prudent Investing Saves on Capital Gains Taxes, Real Estate Trumps Gold for Long Term Returns, Mortgage Lenders Loosen Credit Requirements, Inflation Can Be An Investor’s Friend, Natural Disasters Create Challenges for Landlords, In World Markets, the Dollar Inspires Trust, Human Needs Drive Investing Success, Tax Season Means Tax ID Theft, Your Credit Score: Investing Gold, Fewer First Time Buyers: More Renters, Is Another Housing Bubble About to Burst?, Where Are 2014’s Best Markets?, Do Government Subsidies Prop Up Big Banks?, Market Patterns Affect Investing Success, Relativity and Diversity: Keys to Investing Success, Don’t Let These Investing Myths Stop You, International Students Boost Local Markets, Investing Abroad Brings Risks, Low Tech Real Estate Scams Still Thrive, Early to Rise Makes for Wise Investing, New Regulations May Crush Small Banks, Are Women the Voice of Investing Wisdom?, Time is On the Side of Smart Investors, Bitcoin Trades Trigger Online Scams, Smart Investors Look to Improvements, The Fed’s Stimulus Plan Has Worldwide Effects, Weather Puts A Chill on House Hunting, Prudent Investors Look Ahead, Don’t Let Stress Hurt Investing Success, Home Owners Score on the Big Banks, Insurance Companies Invest Big in Real Estate, The Dogecoin Benefits From Bitcoin Troubles, The Bitcoin: Real Money or a Construct?, Financial Independence Doesn’t Start Here, JP Morgan Chase Gets Caught Lying – Again, Mortgage Troubles Reach Pre-Crash Levels, Does Credit Monitoring Protect Data?, Does Identity Theft Insurance Really Work?, More Tapering’s on the Way: Good News for Investors?, Can Consorting With Sinners Bring Bitcoin Down?, Banking in the Shadows Affects Home Loans, Wisdom From the Wild Can Inspire Investors, New Technology Promises to Keep Data Safe, Tax Breaks For Investors Takes A Hit This Year, What Does Your Online Profile Say About You?, Foreign Investment Heats Up US Housing, Post Lawsuits: Big Banks Try New Strategies, Information Overload Can Stall Goals, What Happens to Housing in 2014, Social Media Activity Can Sink Loan Applications, Make Your Own Digital Money?, The Federal Reserve Plots a Course for the New Year, Five Resolutions for Better Investing in 2014, Top Five Money Stories of 2013, New Rules Change Lending Landscape in 2014, New Debt to Income Ratio Rule May Cool Borrowing, Hackers Take Advantage of Outdated Debit Card Security, Target’s Data Hack Highlights Security Risks, The Ven Follows the Bitcoin’s Footsteps, The Fed Starts to Taper But Who Benefits?, What to Do When A Bank Says No, Are Bitcoins the Folly of Fools?, Financial Literacy: A Gift That Lasts A Lifetime, Fannie Mae Changes the Balance in Mortgage Lending, Do Home Swaps Challenge Short Term Rentals?, Floating Cities: The Future is Now, Can Digital Currency Dominate the Markets?, Canceled Cards Can Harm Credit Scores, Financial Advisor Scams Target Seniors, Digital Currency: Changing the World’s Financial Landscape?, Learn Exclusive Real Estate Investing Methods, Prudent Investors Invest to Protect Assets, Lending Changes May Mean Prosperity for 2014, Is Foreign Investing Healthy For Housing?, Ten Words of Wisdom on Real Estate, The Coin: A Digital Wallet for a Paperless World, Can bank Fraud Cases Harm the Economy, Private Lending Boosts New Investors, Why Do Lenders Say Yes or No?, A Quantitative Easer Speaks Truth About the Stimulus, Caught in Snares: Bank of America Pays Up Again, VA Loan Loophole Creates Investing Opportunities, THe Reluctant Landlord: Turning A Home Into A Rental, Do Alternative Currencies Threaten Traditional Banking?, Is Gold A Prudent Investment Today?, Can Vampires and Zombies Stall the Housing Recovery?, Fannie Mae’s Lawsuit Exposes Banking’s Wicked Plots, Vintage homes Draw Investing Dollars, Younger Investors: The Do It Yourself Generation, Do Nuisance Laws Punish the Wrong People?, Online Auctions: Risky or Prudent for Investors?, The Stimulus Continues But Interest Rates Rise, Five Investing Tips From Rich Investors, New Bank Settlement – New Lending Rules, After the Shutdown: Wither the Dollar?, The Shutdown’s Over: Now What Happens to the Stimulus?, Should Parents Teach Kids About Advertising?, Go to the Alpine Swift Investor, The Debt Ceiling Debate: Is Housing At Risk?, Know This Before Approaching A Lender, Ten More Words for Wise Investing, Are You Still Making These Three Investing Mistakes?, The Bitcoin: New Currency for Cyber Crime?, The Power of Social Media: You Are Your Profile, Banks Turn to Automated Assessments to Skirt Liability, The Governments Shutdown Spares Mortgages, Prudent Investors Benefit From New Mortgage Standards, Can Tighter Lending Standards Strangle the Stimulus?, The Stimulus Sticks Around For Now, Are Virtual Banks Secure?, Americans Give Up Citizenship to Protect Assets, Five Ways to Forestall Landlord/Tenant Conflict, Online Scams Follow Marijuana Legalization, Five Ways to Find Good Tenants, Take the Tour: Meet the Experts in Austin, Home Equity Isn’t Always Home Security, Silver: More Precious Than Gold in the Metals Markets, Housing Lobbyists Force Changes in Mortgage Lending, Stay Focused: Fight Information Overload, Rising Rents Reflect the Reality of Inflation and Demand, Five Investing Apps for Smartphones and Tablets, Three Keys to Making Safe Mobile Transactions, Does the Housing Rebound Signal A Coming Crash?, Seven Quotes for Prudent Investors, Home Security: Avoiding Landlord Woes, QM Rule Updates May Help Housing Recovery, More Charges Ahead for the Big Banks, Should Investors Prepare for Tapering?, Social Media: Tools for Prudent Investors, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Skew the Profit Numbers, Eminent Domain Home Seizures Worry Lenders, Retirement Realities and Encore Careers, Make the Home Office Deduction Work For You, Prudent Buyers Rent Before They Leap, Playing by the Rules Includes These Business Deductions, New Fraud Charges Coming for Chase Bank, Good Leases Can Prevent Problems, Prudent Investors Insure Their Investments, Snowden’s Asylum Hurts Russian/US Relations, Wickedness Exposed: New Bank Fraud lawsuits, Stagflation: Wise Investors See Benefits, Global Economic Clout Heads West, Consent Not To Sinners: The Top Five Real Estate Scams, In Real Estate Cash Isn’t Always King, Wisdom is Worth More Than Palladium?, Rental Housing Choices Bridge Generation Gaps, Power Companies vs Solar Power: Who Wins?, Can Chinese Investment Boost US Housing, Short Sales: Bad Name for Good Real Estate?, Is the End Near for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?, New Bills Target Housing Policy Reform, Housing Finance Reform Targets the Government’s Role, What Would Solomon Say About Digital Money?, Pocket Listings: A Devious Route to Home Sales, First TIme Homebuyers Are Opting Out, Green Mortgages Save Money, New Bill Promises More Justice in Housing Policies, Can Math Skills Help the Housing Recovery?, Tax law Changes Tackle the Mortgage Interest Deduction, Student Loans: When Wisdom Breaks the Bank, What Does ‘The Fed’ Mean To You?, Five Ways to Keep Your Money Safe from Wicked Plots Online, The Shadow Economy Has Consumer Clout, False Friend: Social Media Scammers Target Investors, Investing Lessons From Paula Deen’s Downfall, Growing Pains for Bitcoin, Internet Tools Let Buyers Take Charge, Flip Houses Get RIch Quick? – Not Necessarily, King Solomon’s Five Virtues For Investors, The Fed’s Bond Buy-up Comes To An End: What’s Next?, Justice For Tenants – But What About Landlords?, Five Signs of A Lying Lender, Justice and Judgement: Another Bank Fraud Case Hits the Courts, Cash for Quick Home Sales: A Wise Harvest?, No Credit is the New Credit, Overseas Radio Network: The Voice of Prudence for American Expatriates, Seeking Justice: Landlord-Tenant Disputes Clog Courts, Tapping IRA’s to Fund Investments: A Prudent Choice?, Al Franken Finally Does Something Right, When Sinners Entice Thee: Online Investing Scams, The Wisdom of Old Documents, Millennial Job Seekers: A New Lost Generation?, The High Cost of Knowledge: Private Student Loans on the Rise, Reverse Mortgages: A Prosperity Plan That Can Backfire, New Rule Rewards Prudent Borrowers, Why the Loan Slowdown?, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: An Uncertain Future?, When Planning to Grow Wealth – Listening to King Solomon Helps, Lenders May Forgive Foreclosures, Do Big Lenders Lack Mercy and Truth?, Streamlined Modification: Justice for Struggling Borrowers, Going Green: The Natural Choice for Wise Investing?, Wise Counsel Doesn’t Have to Break the Bank, Employment Gains May Slow the Federal Bond Buy-Up, Five Words of Investing Wisdom From King Solomon, Can Lessons From the Past Prevent A New Housing Collapse?, The Federal Reserve Securities BuyUp: Past Its Season?, When Getting Credit Creates Bad Credit, Mortgage Brokers Can Get A Good Deal – Sometimes, Banks Learn From the Past and Harm the Recovery, Owning A Home: Damaging the Economy?, No Choice Silver: More Apologies to Mortgage Fraud Victims, The Wise Heed the Advice of the Wiser, Learn From the Past: A New Housing Bubble?, The Fed’s Bond Buy-Up: Propping Up the People?, Bank of America: More Scandals – None the Wiser, Student Debt Hits Women and Minorities Hardest, New FHA Rules Mean Higher Mortgage Costs, Seek Wise Counsel to Avoid False Counsel, Financial Planner or Money Manager: Finding the Counsel You Need, When Good Debt Turns Bad, Student Loan Debt: The High Price of Wisdom, Mortgage Settlement Checks Reach Victims – Only to Bounce, Mortgage Debt: A Prudent Financial Strategy, Changing Demographics: New Views on Home Buying, Gold Prices Down – Interest Rates Up?, Avoid the Enticements: Ten Signs of Real Estate Scams, Mortgage Relief Scams: Enticing Vulnerable Homeowners, Major Lenders Get An Image Overhaul, Bullets: The Next Bubble About to Burst, Real Estate Scams: Iniquity on the Internet, Real Estate Scams: Traps for the Unwise, Bitcoin: A New Currency for a New Age, What Does LIBOR Mean for Investors?, Banks and LIBOR: Sidestepping Justice?, Are Zombies Haunting the Housing Industry?, Big Banks Still Fight Fraud Charges, Women: A Force in the Rental Market, Are Retirees Facing the Next Housing Crisis?, Technical Tools Support Investors, Can Shadow Demand Impact the Recovery, Can Government Policy Sink the Housing Recovery, Finding Wealth in Houses: The Memphis Wealth Building Bus Tour, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: A New Look for Mortgage Lending, Strategic Defaulters Can Redeem Themselves, Buyer Urgency: Heating Up the Housing Market?, Housing Activists Say Investors Are Ruining the Recovery, Disaster Damaged Homes: A Good Deal?, Homeowner Assistance Gives Investors A Helping Hand, Tenants Rate Landlords: An Equitable Trade-Off?, Refinancing: A Prudent Move For Investors?, Mortgage Lenders Find New Loopholes in Homeowner Assistance, New Federal Props for the Housing Market, Investing in Property Abroad: A Prudent Retirement Strategy?, The Shadow Clouds Housing Recovery, House Names Can Make or Break A Sale, The Housing Recovery: Behind the Scenes, No Closing Cost Mortgages: Long Term Benefits?, A Time for Landlords: Today’s Hot Rental Market, Passive Acticity: When Doing Nothing Gets Deductions, Wise Investors Think Corporate Housing, New Home Construction: Slowing the Housing Recovery?, Investing Abroad: Opportunities Bring Challenges, Do Rising Home Prices Mean Trouble?, The Housing Bubble Returneth – Maybe, Low Interest Rates = Vulnerable Pension Plans, King Solomon Would Have Liked Memphis, Is it Time for Mortgage Rates to Rise?, Some Lenders Escape Regulation, A Nation of Renters?, The Wisdom to Know the DIfference: Finding Good Investing Advice, Investing for Retirement: Making A Crown of Old Age, The House That Wisdom Built: Women in Investing, Seller Financing: Exploiting Vulnerable Homebuyers, Credit Reporting Agencies Must Obey These Government Rules, Wisdom Hath Built Herself A House – And Prices Are Rising, The AMT: A ‘Just’ Tax Gone Awry, The Courts: Last Word in Foreclosures, Baby Boomers: Changing the Housing Landscape, Making A Difference with Foreclosures, Just and Equitable Dealing: A Cornerstone of Good Investing, Lying Tongues and Wicked Plots: Mortgage Fraud Returns, Don’t Choose Financial Suicide, Preserving Wealth With Wisdom, Wealth Needs Prudence for Prosperity, Wealth Has Its Privileges and Higher Taxes, Five Proverbs For Investing Success, The Shadow Inventory and Housing Recovery, Would Solomon Approve of the Fiscal Cliff Deal?, Home Ownership: Not What it Used to Be, Mortgage Backed Securities: Boosting the Recovery, Mortgage Lending Conditions Favor Prudent Investors, Falling Off the Fiscal Cliff, Rising Home Prices: An Economic Upswing, Why is This A Good Time to Invest?, Low Mortgage Interest: Sustenance for the Future, The National Mortgage Database: A Snare For the Unwary?, Foreclosures: A Measure of the Market, The Federal Reserve: Mismanaging A Mess, King Solomon’s Path to Prosperity is For Investors Too, Prudent Planning for Tax Season, New Federal Reserve Stimulus Helps Housing, Where Does Your Loan Come From?, Financial Independence: A Conservative and Effective Approcah, What Would Solomon Say About the Fiscal Cliff, A Small World: Why Interest Rates Remain Low, Capital Gains Tax Rules: Benefits for Investors, Prudent Investing: Managing A Mortgage, The Dodd-Frank Act: New Standards in Mortgage Lending, HARP Mortgage Relief Helps the Housing Market, Looking Ahead: Foreclosures Predict Housing Trouble?, Understanding the Micro Housing Market, Land vs Property: Where Real Wealth Lies, Real Estate Fraud: Avoiding the Deceiving Tongues, Hurricane Sandy: Creating Hardship for Homeowners, Tax Lien Sales: A Prudent Avenue For Investing?, The Robosigning Settlement: Did the Just Prevail?, Do the Hard Stuff First, Looking Ahead: Cautious Optimism for Housing, Turn Inflation to Your Financial Advantage, Bulk Home Sales: Equal Opportunities, Hardship Exemptions: Help for Struggling Homeowners, Foreign Investors Choose US for Stability, Know Your Coverage: Property Insurance and Disaster Claims, Investing in Retirement: The Age of Wisdom, Brothers in Distress: Helping Homeowners After Hurricane Sandy, Mortgage Fraud: Wicked Plots, Local Real Estate: What Makes A Good Market?, You’re Never Too Young (or Old) to Invest, Clouds in the Mortgage Market: Silver Lining for Investors, Fannie Mae’s Foreclosures: Bad News for Solo Investors, Morgtgaes Changes Help Prudent Investors, Multi or Single Family

Renew Normal

  • Publisher: Demos
  • Total Episodes: 22

The outbreak of Covid-19 in the UK has changed our economic, political and social landscape beyond recognition. But how should Britain build back from the crisis? Polly Mackenzie is joined by leaders, thinkers and campaigners in this new podcast to discuss how we can find opportunity from the adversity, and shape a better future.Visit renewnormal.co.uk to join the national conversation on life after Covid-19.

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