Stephanomics

Stephanomics

Published by: Bloomberg News
221 Episodes | First Released: Sep 4 '15 | 🇺🇸
Who will win the trade war, and how? If the job market is so strong, why does your paycheck seem so meager? What will drive the economy of the future? Stephanomics, a podcast hosted by Bloomberg Economics head Stephanie Flanders, the former BBC economics editor and chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management, will take listeners on location each week to answer questions like these and bring the global economy to life.
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nyané
Nov 25 '19
Rating:   10
Necessary Conversations

The world is changing before our eyes. the conversations and topics in this podcast are definitely trying to identify where and why these are happening

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Byersjo12
Nov 7 '19
Rating:   2
Simply bad

Simply a bad podcast. Stephanie refuses to be original and think for herself. Just a mouthpiece for conventional media headlines, it is not worth your time

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jj237?
Oct 3 '19
Rating:   8
Best

The first episode was outstanding. Looking forward to the whole season

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havamal2000
Aug 11 '19
Rating:   10
Insightful Commentary and Analysis

This is a wonder podcast that I look forward to each time a new episode drops. Well worth downloading and listening to.

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sfgda
May 4 '19
Rating:   2
Smacks of r/latestagecapitalism

They were covering a 70 year old in their last story about people who couldn’t afford to retire. When they used the line “now that she has a job, she can even afford meat sometimes!”, my stomach dropped. Very dehumanizing view. This has been repeated in other stories as well.

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Floog8888
Apr 4 '19
Rating:   2
Logo, Name, and Topic of first show are stolen

I’ve seen this all before at kazonomics.com and winternomics.tv. Unoriginal and blatant theft from him.

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BDL 38
Mar 5 '19
Rating:   10
Come back!

I miss these discussions. You left for holidays but never came back ☹️. You found interesting stuff and good people to discuss. It was like your magazine. Each week i look for a new episode.

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Pagfelix19gmail.com
Feb 20 '19
Rating:   10
Highly recommend listening to it

I started listening in September 2018. I started from the bottom so currently I’m listening to the 2017 podcast . To be honest I love it I enjoy listening to it and even though is from 2017. I remember where I was, and what was happening at that moment. I’m an immigrant in NYC and to me is a way to learn the language, and the economy at the same time.

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katandbrandon
Dec 2 '18
Rating:   10
Great podcast ! Don’t go on hiatus!!

This is a well produced and interesting podcast.

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MakeItUseful
Oct 11 '18
Rating:   4
Great topics, wish Moss would prepare more

Benchmark has gone downhill. The show is becoming less balanced. The host needs to prepare more for the show. Provocative questions are a distraction.

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DctrJames
Sep 17 '18
Rating:   2
Blind to many facts...

The elephant in the room was overlooked in a recent podcast about the trade war as Moss never bothered to bring up forced technology transfers. Don’t waste your time listening to his propaganda.

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thegoodwolverine
Jul 5 '18
Rating:   4
Misinformed by the title

I expected this to be about the economic implications of a declining workforce as a % of population, but other than a broad statement at the beginning, this is all about fertility treatments and expenses.

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ToledoTomxxx
Jan 15 '18
Rating:   4
Amateur hour 1-11 podcast

This was so lame. The "expert" being interviewed has such weak analysis it was a total waste.

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Hardhardhard
Dec 14 '17
Rating:   2
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This podcast actually has very interesting content if you gloss over the Anti-Trump titles and the anti-Trump host you learn some interesting stuff. If you came across this podcast hoping to hear how Trump is going to kills us all, you'll be disapointed to find out the episodes consistently make that point that we're all going to be ok. The titles as a whole are clickbaity and do a poor job of identifying the topic. The host and topic are never able to justify their anti-Trump point which they desperately have a vendetta for. Instead they are constantly forced to conclude that the Economy is improving, probably despite Trump. Anti-Trump people will hate this podcast for failing to make the point. Pro-Trump people will hate this podcast for trying to be anti-Trump. Anti-Trump people will hate this podcast for failing to live up to expecations. I have no idea what kind of people actually will enjoy this.

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