Radio morning: hot stock gains for 2022

Hans H. LuikPhoto: Raul Mee

In the radio morning on Tuesday, we will talk about stock market rockets in the markets of Tallinn and the rest of the world and map out the most relevant risks that investors must keep in mind in the beginning of the tiger year.

However, the exciting developments of the local media market and important trends in both the economy and the financial markets will also be discussed.

Media magnate Hans H Luik, professional stockbroker Igor Doroshenko and Swedbank Estonia’s investment strategist Tarmo Tanila will visit.

The morning program will be hosted by presenter Juhan Lang and news editor Rivo Sarapik.

Radio Day continues with three programs:

11.00–12.00 „Investor Toomas hour“. In the first program of 2022, Äripäev’s stock exchange journalists will summarize the past year. It looks at how investor Toomas ‘portfolio has gone, what his best and worst investments have been, what lessons he will learn from last year, how he plans to invest Toomas’ money in 2022, and whether he should change his strategy to better withstand inflation, and what companies could be expected to go public.

The program is hosted by Simo Sepp, a journalist with a stock exchange editorial board.

13.00–14.00 “Digital revolution in trade and industry”. The focus of the program is digitalisation 2022+, ie where Estonian companies should look when making their plans – big trends and what to do practically this autumn. In addition, it discusses how to measure the effectiveness of digitization projects and what are the five specific steps to consider when planning digitization projects.

The guest of the show is the head of Ivo Suursoo, Columbus Baltic and Estonian Employers’ Confederation Innovation Start-up. The show is hosted by Hando Sinisalu. The show was broadcast in August last year.

15.00–16.00 „Growing soil“. In agriculture, the rise in prices has affected all sectors. Thus, the high price of fuel, energy and grain has put livestock farmers in a difficult position. For the consumer, this means that the price of food, from which there is no escape, is looming.

Tanel-Taavi Bulitko, Deputy Chairman of the Council of the Estonian Chamber of Agriculture and Commerce, and Roomet Sõrmus, Chairman of the Management Board, will talk about the changes in the National Strategy Plan for Agricultural Policy (CAP). Answers are being sought on how to create the best opportunities for the sale of Estonian meat and dairy products on the domestic market. The show will be hosted by July Nemvalts.

Listen to Äripäev radio in Tallinn and Harju County 92.4 MHz, in Tartu 97.7 MHz, in Pärnu 91.9 MHz, in Haapsalu 96.0 MHz, in Saaremaa 101.7 MHz and in Ida-Viru County 94.6 MHz.

You can find the listening link and the weekly schedule here.

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