Koch to host money crisis special
Seven has scheduled a last-minute special on the world financial crisis for this Sunday night.
Before he was Mel’s brekkie sidekick, or hosting choir sing-offs and cast reunions, David Koch was actually a financial expert.
As the financial world comes tumbling down around our eyes he returns to that role this Sunday for a late change by Seven to its evening line-up.
At 6:30pm he will host Your Money: How to Survive the Crisis of 2008. Aided by other experts, Koch will break down the week’s events and detail how it affects families, pensioners, students and investors.
It will be followed by The Outdoor Room with Jamie Durie at 7pm and Outback Wildlife Rescue will be held over this week.
It’s smart of Seven to respond so quickly to this issue with a stand-alone special. Certainly 60 Minutes has been proving viewers do want some serious subjects, and there hasn’t been a bigger hot topic this week.
Petrol, interest rates and now the share market.
Australian families are doing it extremely tough with some experts even forecasting a recession.
What can we do to avoid disaster? How can you protect your money? Seven’s finance guru and Sunrise host David Koch will explain all this on Sunday night at 6.30pm in a LIVE not-to-be-missed special for Australian families called YOUR MONEY: HOW TO SURVIVE THE CRISIS OF 2008.
“Australians want answers,” says Executive Producer Mark Llewellyn. “They’re concerned, even scared. As the world braces for more financial shocks, this Seven News special will give the good news on how to hang on and survive.”
Teaming with a panel of experts, Kochie will break down the week’s events from Martin Place studios in Sydney and detail how it affects families, pensioners, students and investors.
Will super funds bounce back? Should mortgages be looking at fixed rate loans? And what can we do to cope with spiralling inflation?
We’ll have all the answers.
YOUR MONEY: HOW TO SURVIVE THE CRISIS OF 2008
Sunday September 21 at 6.30pm on Seven.
The Outdoor Room with Jamie Durie will follow at the special time of 7pm.