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Mottek On Money

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Mottek on Money is a weekly update on the big stories affecting money plus a preview of the week ahead in money news. From Wall Street to your street KNX Senior Money Anchor Frank Mottek covers the big stories affecting Southern Californian’s money. Featuring interviews, perspective and commentary, Mottek on Money is the one show to hear to become a smarter consumer, put more of your money back in your pocket and learn what will be happening before it happens.

Mottek on Money is a weekly update on the big stories affecting money plus a preview of the week ahead in money news. From Wall Street to your street KNX Senior Money Anchor Frank Mottek covers the big stories affecting Southern Californian’s money. Featuring interviews, perspective and commentary, Mottek on Money is the one show to hear to become a smarter consumer, put more of your money back in your pocket and learn what will be happening before it happens.
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Los Angeles, CA

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CBS Radio

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Mottek on Money is a weekly update on the big stories affecting money plus a preview of the week ahead in money news. From Wall Street to your street KNX Senior Money Anchor Frank Mottek covers the big stories affecting Southern Californian’s money. Featuring interviews, perspective and commentary, Mottek on Money is the one show to hear to become a smarter consumer, put more of your money back in your pocket and learn what will be happening before it happens.

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English


Episodes

Mottek On Money (November 11, 2017)

11/17/2017
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Business and civic leaders gather to discuss what's ahead for California's economy. Stocks slip from record highs as lawmakers lock horns over tax reform in Washington. One of Southern California's biggest trading partners, Canada, is anxious over the renegotiation of NAFTA. Business fallout continues following sexual harassment and assault claims sweeping Hollywood.

Duration: 00:26:13


Mottek On Money (November 4, 2017)

11/6/2017
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Investors and consumers show enthusiasm for Apple's new $1000 iPhoneX. America's unemployment rate hits a 17-year low. Stocks wrap up the week at record highs. L.A. home prices hit new highs, while affordability hits a 10-year low. Tax reform plans expected to impact local real estate. An avalanche of sexual harassment claims in all industries following the Weinstein scandal.

Duration: 00:27:43


Mottek On Money (October 21, 2017)

10/23/2017
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The U.S. Senate OK's a budget plan that lays the groundwork for tax cuts. The latest earnings news and readings on the economy set off a grand slam home run on Wall Street. The Dow soars to a record high above 23K. Expansion of the Metro Gold Line in the San Gabriel Valley continues. And L.A. based Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf perks up its expansion plans.

Duration: 00:26:36


Mottek On Money (October 14, 2017)

10/16/2017
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The stock market's record shattering run continues. California challenges President Trump on cutting government insurance subsidies for Obamacare. State Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones talks about the impact this will have on Covered California. Damage assessment continues following catastrophic fire storms in the state especially impacting seniors and their caregivers.

Duration: 00:26:11


Mottek On Money (October 7, 2017)

10/10/2017
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The stock market continues its record run up. The nation's unemployment rate hits the lowest since February 2001 but the economy sheds jobs last month for the first time in 7 years. The latest forecast for L.A.'s South Bay economy is released. New consumer trends in fashion, food and retail. Preparations continue for the legalization of recreational marijuana use in California.

Duration: 00:27:20


Mottek On Money (September 30, 2017)

10/2/2017
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It's a September to remember for investors as the stock market wraps up the 3rd quarter of 2017 at record highs. Housing affordability gets worse in L.A. with the latest bump up in home prices. Remembering the business legacy of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner who has died in L.A. at the age of 91. More high profile data breaches as National Cyber Security Awareness month begins.

Duration: 00:27:25


Mottek On Money (September 23, 2017)

9/25/2017
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Another record shattering week for stocks. The Fed signals another rate hike will be coming soon. California's Attorney General issues a consumer alert on the Equifax data breach. September is College Savings Month. The LAEDC honors the most business friendly cities. And it's Frank n Stein as financial commentator Ben Stein joins Frank for a discussion on the markets and the economy.

Duration: 00:28:27


Mottek On Money (September 16, 2017)

9/18/2017
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Stocks rally to record highs in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma and ahead of an important Fed policy meeting. Apple rolls out the tenth anniversary iPhone, the iPhoneX. Consumers face a nightmare in the Equifax data breach debacle. It's an entertainment industry party weekend for the Primetime Emmy Awards. A conference celebrating corporate mergers is a big deal in Beverly Hills.

Duration: 00:28:34


Mottek On Money (September 9, 2017)

9/11/2017
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Hurricane Irma is set to become the most expensive natural disaster in U.S. history covering the entire state of Florida. Thousands of cruise ship passengers are affected by the storm. President Trump makes a surprise deal with democrats on the debt ceiling and disaster relief. The revival of Downtown L.A. gets perked up with the opening of a Cuban cafe. Forbes Magazine celebrates 100 years.

Duration: 00:28:22


Mottek On Money (September 2, 2017)

9/6/2017
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Tech stocks including Apple rally to record highs. The NASDAQ composite stands at a record high. Oil prices slip, gas prices spike in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Los Angeles Fleet Week set to pump up the waterfront economy. Southern California labor leaders talk about issues facing unions on Labor Day weekend 2017.

Duration: 00:28:20


Mottek On Money (August 26, 2017)

8/28/2017
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Stocks wrap up a winning week on a mixed note. Market analysis from Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor, Allianz. Fed Chair Janet Yellen speaks in support of regulations put in place after the 2008 financial crisis. Amazon set to complete its takeover of Whole Foods Markets. Consumers brace for the impact of Hurricane Harvey. Preserving historic buildings is now big business in L.A.

Duration: 00:28:15


Mottek On Money (August 19, 2017)

8/21/2017
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Stocks end the week with a pullback after the worst one day market drop in 3 months. The Dow and SP500 slide for the 2nd week in a row coming off record highs. A squadron of vintage WW2 planes salute an LA civil aviation giant. Attorney Robert Shapiro has a new business venture and his drug and alcohol abuse prevention work continues with the Brent Shapiro Foundation.

Duration: 00:28:39


Mottek On Money (August 12, 2017)

8/13/2017
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Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea rattle financial markets with the Dow and S&P500 pulling back from all time highs. Some big department stores are seeing a drop in sales as more consumers shop online. New resources for small business people in L.A. A Silicon Beach pioneer in eCommerce heads up the parent company of Swagbucks and MyPoints.

Duration: 00:28:12


Mottek On Money (August 5, 2017)

8/10/2017
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The Dow extends its record shattering winning streak to nine sessions in a row wrapping up the week at an all time high of 22,093. As rents in L.A. go up, so does the homeless population. The co-presidents of the NFL LA Chargers talk about the economic impact of the Chargers moving from San Diego to L.A. Business people cheer the news that L.A. will play host to the Summer Olympics in 2028. L.A. commercial real estate people remain upbeat despite a sizzling run.

Duration: 00:26:22


Mottek On Money (July 29, 2017)

7/31/2017
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The Dow ends the week at a record high close of 21,830 on the latest earnings news and a rebound in the price of oil to just below $50 a barrel. The NASDAQ and SP500 end the week just below the record highs attained earlier in the week. The health care debate continues after the US senate votes down a plan to repeal Obamacare. Orange County moves up on a list of hot areas for tech jobs. Higher rents in L.A. have more people considering buying homes but affordability is a big obstacle. High...

Duration: 00:26:31


Mottek On Money (July 22, 2017)

7/24/2017
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Another week for the Wall Street record books as tech giants Facebook and Netflix soar sending the NASDAQ and SP500 to all time highs. The Fed gets set to meet again to consider the latest readings on the economy and the next move on interest rates. Consumer advocates take on Amazon alleging the online retail giant misleads consumers about its pricing discounts. Amazon denies the claims. Mortgage rates tick lower sending the average 30 year fixed back below 4%. California's labor...

Duration: 00:26:23


Mottek On Money (July 15, 2017)

7/18/2017
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New readings on the economy suggesting the Fed could delay another interest rate hike rally the stock market. The Dow and SP500 stand at all time highs. The tech heavy NASDAQ had its best week of the year and stands about 30 points below its all time high. Amazon says its Prime Day this year was the biggest sales day in the company's history. Encouraging signs for the Southern California economy as retail, office, commercial and industrial real estate activity remain strong in the L.A....

Duration: 00:26:28


KNX Money Hour for Thursday, October 15, 2015

10/15/2015
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New warnings that smartphones are vulnerable to cyberhackers

KNX Money Hour for Tuesday, October 13, 2015

10/14/2015
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California faces a shortage of workers because not enough people are getting college degrees

KNX Money Hour for October 12, 2015

10/12/2015
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Southwest Airlines the latest to get hit with major computer problems. Holiday season hiring picks up. California leads the way in stem cell research. October 15th deadline approaches for Californians who got tax credits for Covered California healthcare.
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