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Motley Fool Money: Debt Ceiling Drama, AI's Peak, and Expired Coffee (30/5)

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Debt Ceiling Drama, AI's Peak, and Expired Coffee (30/5)
What kind of day has it been? Bill Barker discusses the stock market reacting positively (or not) to the latest narrative around the debt ceiling debate, Nvidia's new all-time high and why we haven't reached "peak AI" yet, listener feedback over the years and the concept of "playing to the back of the room", and a surprise guest (via audio). Plus, 20 minutes in, Chris Hill wraps up his final episode hosting the show with a salute to The Motley Fool's history and founders, the self-driven mentality of the audience, and advice from the late musician Kevin Gilbert. Companies discussed: NVDA. Host - Chris Hill; Guest - Bill Barker
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Bill Barker


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Ronia Fraser for World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Ronia Fraser for World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day
Join Adam Cox as he engages in conversation with Ronia Fraser, an esteemed survivor of narcissistic abuse who has emerged as the foremost women's trauma recovery coach in the United Kingdom. To mark World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day, they delve into the intricacies of this destructive form of abuse and its profound impact on its victims. They explore the catalyst that ignited Ronia's journey towards coaching and gain insights into the mechanics of her highly effective recovery system. Ronia, equipped with her extensive experience, also imparts valuable guidance on supporting friends and loved ones enduring narcissistic abuse, as well as offering indispensable advice for individuals trapped within such toxic relationships. https://www.roniafraser.com/
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Ronia Fraser


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Rhiannon Lambert on New Gut Health Research

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Rhiannon Lambert on New Gut Health Research
In this conversation, Adam Cox is accompanied by Rhiannon Lambert, a renowned nutritionist, bestselling author, and top-ranking podcast host in the United Kingdom. Together, they delve into research that sheds light on the most cringe-worthy gut-related issues encountered by Brits. Exploring why people often struggle to comprehend how to maintain optimal gut health, they delve into the prevalent myths circulating on popular platforms like TikTok. Rhiannon Lambert, armed with her expertise, shares valuable tips on nurturing and safeguarding gut health.
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Rhiannon Lambert


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Adam Cox

The Hypnotist: Letting Go of Shame and Anger to Live a Life by Design

Adam Cox
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The Hypnotist

The Hypnotist: Letting Go of Shame and Anger to Live a Life by Design
Welcome to one of Adam Cox's quirky hypnotist sessions based on random generation of place, emotion and words. The place is Evora, a city in Portugal, and the other random elements are all in the title. Hardly a day goes by without someone on the news admitting to shame or expressing anger, so there should be a lot of takers for this episode!

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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: Driverless car rental, Robot sweaters and smart white canes for the blind

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: Driverless car rental, Robot sweaters and smart white canes for the blind
Steve Caplin delves into the world of tech where driverless car rental has just been introduced in Milton Keynes, the cars being delivered by a remote operator. Sweaters are giving robots the sense of touch, Dyson's robot vacuum has 6 times the suck, there's a solution to mice devouring wheat seeds, a great new bird app, a smart cane for the blind, beaming energy from space to earth and progress towards getting astronauts to hibernate.
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Steve Caplin


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Simon Rose

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: Market overview, Topps Tiles & Gregg's

Simon Rose
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The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: Market overview, Topps Tiles & Gregg's
Neil Shah of Edison Group talks to Simon Rose about the general state of the markets, where the US and UK are lagging Europe and parts of Asia. The UK is held back by an absence of decent growth while investors are nervous of a possible American recession, deflation and banking problems. In the UK, though, there are always going to be interesting companies able to react to difficult conditions and Neil highlights what is happening at Topps Tiles and Gregg's.
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Neil Shah


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Simon Rose

The Business of Film: The Little Mermaid, Hypnotic & Full Time

Simon Rose
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The Business Of Film

The Business of Film: The Little Mermaid, Hypnotic & Full Time
James Cameron-Wilson discusses the state of the UK box office where the live-action version of The Little Mermaid is in pole position. With some of the CGI making it feel animated, James thought it a mixed bag. He was no more impressed with the Ben Affleck thriller Hypnotic at #5, which he found silly and unworthwhile. He was, though, keen on the French drama Full Time, with Laure Calamy as a harrassed mother coping with a transport strike, which only made #13 in the chart.
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James Cameron-Wilson


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: Latin America's problems, the Vortex of Doom in South Africa & the UK's nannying state

Simon Rose
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: Latin America's problems, the Vortex of Doom in South Africa & the UK's nannying state
Professor Tim Evans of Middlesex University gives a fascinating analysis of Latin America's problems, with political instability and a growing macro-economic crisis. He also looks at the under-reported Vortex of Doom in South Africa, where there's a huge energy crisis and law and order is breaking down. Lastly, he turns to the UK, which now appears to be one of Europe's most nannying states when it comes to food, drink and health; is it a case of NHS demand management, he wonders?
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Professor Tim Evans


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Gavin Oldham

Thought for the Week: Debt, Equity and (long-term) Risk

Gavin Oldham
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Thought for the Week

Thought for the Week: Debt, Equity and (long-term) Risk
Andrew Griffith MP, Economic Secretary to HM Treasury, wants to see a greater appetite for risk to encourage investment in British business. It's good to hear such a positive approach, but let's make it quoted-equity focused; debt and private equity are not the way forward for long-term success. Background music: 'The Nexus Riddim' by Konrad OldMoney

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Georgie Frost

This Is Money: When will energy bills fall, and could the fixed tariff finally be making a return?

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This Is Money: When will energy bills fall, and could the fixed tariff finally be making a return?
We had some good news this week about our energy bills - or did we? Ofgem's price cap is coming down - saving households around £400 a year on average. The last 18 months have been horrendous for households, so bad the Government had to step in in October and introduce a price freeze - but that was still double what the typical bill payer would have had to fork out a year previously. And although the cap is coming down, the removal of Government grants means most people will actually only be saving about £19 per month, or £225 per year. So what will we have to pay when the new cap starts in July, will bills keep going down, and when will energy companies start under-cutting the price cap with fixed tariffs again? Georgie Frost, Helen Crane and Simon Lambert discuss when energy bills might go back to 'normal', and whether we should jump on fixed deals when they return, or treat them with caution. We also got the latest UK inflation figures this week. Despite a not insignificant drop from 10.1% to 8.7% in April, experts are pricing in another interest rate rise - and that is down to a surprise jump in something called core inflation. We explain what that is, and discuss just how high the base rate might go. We look at why that is happening, and take in some advice from brokers on what those with a remortgage deadline coming up should do. But with bad news for mortgage holders comes good news for savers, with easy-access rates edging ever closer to 4%. We list the best buys. The US debt ceiling has also been in the news this week, with the two main parties engaged in a stand-off about whether it should be raised. If it isn't, the world's biggest economy could default on its debts - but what exactly would that mean, and how big is the risk? Finally, with warmer weather on the way we discuss the new phenomenon of 'campervanflation', and why the younger generation can't seem to get enough of the classic VW Camper.
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Helen Crane


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