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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Are companies ready to handle the growing "consumer class"?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Are companies ready to handle the growing "consumer class"?
With economic growth set to propel more than 90% of the world's population into the so-called "consumer class" by 2020, a new report from HSBC Commercial Banking suggests companies should start preparing today to meet the wants and needs of tomorrow's customer. The co-author of that report Paul Flatters, from futures consultancy Trajectory, joined the Morning Money team to talk about the research.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Paul Flatters


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: What does the UK Public Finances data tell us about the post-Brexit economy

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: What does the UK Public Finances data tell us about the post-Brexit economy
Another piece of post-Brexit economic data may give us a better scope of how Brexit has affected the UK: Public sector borrowing figures may suggest a deterioration of the Government's finances in the months to come. Chris Hare, Economist at Investec, joined the Morning Money team to discuss what this new information means.
Guests:

Sara Sjölin, Chris Hare


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: The legal matters of Brexit – Michael Bowsher QC of Monckton Chambers discussed

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: The legal matters of Brexit – Michael Bowsher QC of Monckton Chambers discussed
There have been reports that a London law firm is preparing to launch legal action over the triggering of Article 50. Michael Bowsher QC of Monckton Chambers joined Morning Money’s Directors’ Briefing sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise to discuss.
Guests:

Paul Sedgwick, Michael Bowsher


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: “A simply stunning night, nobody saw this coming” – David Helliwell reacts from the north

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: “A simply stunning night, nobody saw this coming” – David Helliwell reacts from the north
David Helliwell, Group Editorial Director at Cumbrian Newspapers Group, that launched the new daily newspaper '24’ to cover the north of England and south west Scotland, joined Share Radio Morning Money to offer a perspective from the north on the EU referendum result.
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Chris Bailey, David Helliwell


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Will the market slump regardless of the way the referendum vote goes?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Will the market slump regardless of the way the referendum vote goes?
The pound and the FTSE soared on Monday as the ‘Remain’ camp wrestled back its lead in the polls. Ken Odeluga, Market Analyst at City Index, wrote: "Let’s face it, Britain’s economy and financial markets are going to be stuffed for a while, whichever way the referendum vote goes." Ken discussed his take on the market reaction with Sarah Lowther and Chris Bailey.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Ken Odeluga


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Do EU transport policies impose heavy costs on Taxpayers with little benefit?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Do EU transport policies impose heavy costs on Taxpayers with little benefit?
EU transport policies are imposing staggering costs on taxpayers and consumers for very little benefit, according to a new study from the Institute of Economic Affairs. Dr Richard Wellings, Head of Transport at the Institute of Economic Affairs and one of the authors of new IEA report, 'STUCK IN BRUSSELS: Should transport policy be determined at EU level?', joined to explain.
Guests:

Emma Wall, Richard Wellings


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Cash vs electronic payment - which is favourite?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Cash vs electronic payment - which is favourite?
Mike Bowen, Business Development Director, Cash Centres at G4S, talks about the European Cash Report, that G4S has conducted, which analysed the use and future of cash verses electronic and internet payments. It's highlighted a widespread use of paper money across the EU, seemingly dismissing any claims of a demise, and Mike discusses the findings of the report.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Mike Bowen


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Scandal for Industrivarden - A look at the Swedish holding company

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Scandal for Industrivarden - A look at the Swedish holding company
The financial results of Swedish holding company, Industrivarden, are due for release. The group controls more than half of the Swedish stock exchange and is just emerging from the country’s biggest corporate scandal in decades, which led to the replacement of the group’s former Chief and Chairman. Ahead of Industrivarden's earnings, Share Radio’s Nigel Cassidy heard from Albin Ranner, Head of Market Surveillance at the Swedish Shareholders Association, who can be credited with bringing the scandal to light.
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Albin Ranner


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Warming up for a life after Brexit?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Warming up for a life after Brexit?
Warm Up, who produce market-leading underfloor heating products, makes an annual turnover of £20 million and employs 170 people. Its fast growth has mirrored the advent of the single European market, but life after a Brexit could spell a very different future for the company. CEO, Andrew Stimpson, spoke to Share Radio’s Nigel Cassidy about his fears if the UK was to leave the European Union.
Guests:

Nigel Cassidy, Andrew Stimpson


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Banks going down the drain?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Banks going down the drain?
Judging by some of the latest European bank results, we might need to brace ourselves for a financial crisis. This time though, it's not so much about banks being poorly regulated. It would seem that the actions being taken by central banks to try and steady their countries’ economies have had a nasty side-effect. Steen Jakobsen, Chief Investment Officer of Saxo Bank, talks on central banks.
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Sara Sjölin, Steen Jakobsen


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