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Money News with Deborah Knight

MONDAY - THURSDAY / 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Deborah Knight, hosts Money News on 2GB, 3AW, 4BC and 6PR from 7pm, Monday to Thursday. 

For more than a decade, Money News has been the go-to location for the daily drive-home wrap of business and finance.

From the cost of living, to inflation, and interest rates, never before has the economy been more in focus.

So whether you’re a business owner, an investor, a homeowner or renter, an employer or employee, Deborah Knight and the Money News team will keep you up to date with everything you need to know.

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The Opposition plan for nuclear energy as Australia’s long term strategy; uranium producers share price lifts as demand grows; questions over payment to ex-Qantas boss Alan Joyce; Booktopia continues its trading halt; considering topping up super accounts for children to help the compounding effect; Maccas ditches plans on AI ordering; and Carl Capolingua joins us […]

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The Opposition plan for nuclear energy as Australia’s long term strategy; uranium producers share price lifts as demand grows; questions over payment to ex-Qantas boss Alan Joyce; Booktopia continues its trading halt; considering topping up super accounts for children to help the compounding effect; Maccas ditches plans on AI ordering; and Carl Capolingua joins us […]

/ 16 seconds ago

The Opposition plan for nuclear energy as Australia’s long term strategy; uranium producers share price lifts as demand grows; questions over payment to ex-Qantas boss Alan Joyce; Booktopia continues its trading halt; considering topping up super accounts for children to help the compounding effect; Maccas ditches plans on AI ordering; and Carl Capolingua joins us […]

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