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Sandra Kilhof

Morning Money: Nikos Chryssochoidis looks ahead to the Greek stock market reopen

Sandra Kilhof
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Nikos Chryssochoidis looks ahead to the Greek stock market reopen
Nikos Chryssochoidis, Managing Director at N. Chryssochoidis Stock Brokerage, joins Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson from Athens to look ahead to the reopening of the Greek stock market, after a five week closure.
Guest:

Nikos Chryssochoidis


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Sandra Kilhof

Morning Money: David Jane talks on Chinese and Western responses to crises in equity markets

Sandra Kilhof
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: David Jane talks on Chinese and Western responses to crises in equity markets
David Jane, Co-Manager of Miton's Multi Asset Fund Range, joins Sandra Kilhof in the Share Radio studio to discuss Chinese and Western responses to crises in equity markets.
Guest:

David Jane


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Sandra Kilhof

Morning Money: Why has the volume of world trade been falling? Billy Bambrough finds out

Sandra Kilhof
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Why has the volume of world trade been falling? Billy Bambrough finds out
Billy Bambrough speaks to Stephanie Flanders, Chief Market Strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, and wealth manager Jonathan Davis about the falling volume of world trade.
Guests:

Billy Bambrough, Stephanie Flanders, Jonathan Davis


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Sandra Kilhof

Morning Money: Billy Bambrough investigates the rise of alternative lending

Sandra Kilhof
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Billy Bambrough investigates the rise of alternative lending
Billy Bambrough speaks to David Hollingworth, Director at London & Country Mortgages, and Laura Mottram, of car finance company Zuto, about the rise in alternative lending.
Guests:

Billy Bambrough, David Hollingworth, Laura Mottram


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Nick Peters

'Nudging' and how governments are using it to change the way we behave

Nick Peters
Original Broadcast:

Juliette's Macro-Economic View

'Nudging' and how governments are using it to change the way we behave
Peter Ayton, Professor of Psychology and Behavioural Economics at City University London, discusses 'nudging' and how governments are using it to change the way we behave
Guest:

Peter Ayton


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Sandra Kilhof

Morning Money: What's next for China?

Sandra Kilhof
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: What's next for China?
Chinese shares have been tumbling, despite recent attempts by the government to prop-up valuations. Billy Bambrough speaks to David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool Singapore, and John Hardy, of tradingfloor.com, to look at the cause of the fall, whilst predicting what to expect from the Chinese government as a result.
Guests:

Billy Bambrough, David Kuo, John Hardy


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Sandra Kilhof

Morning Money: How much power do financial media corporations have?

Sandra Kilhof
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: How much power do financial media corporations have?
With Nikkei buying the FT Group from Pearson for £844 million, Japan's biggest business newspaper is set to gain far more influence. Billy Bambrough's been investigating how much power financial media corporations have and whether they should be more tightly regulated. He speaks with financial commentator Frances Coppola and IG analyst Chris Beauchamp.
Guests:

Billy Bambrough, Frances Coppola, Chris Beauchamp


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Sandra Kilhof

Morning Money: Richard Morawetz on the pressures felt by non-financial companies across Europe, the Middle East and Africa

Sandra Kilhof
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: Richard Morawetz on the pressures felt by non-financial companies across Europe, the Middle East and Africa
Non-financial companies across Europe, the Middle East and Africa currently have around $940 billion of debt maturing between 2016 and 2019 compared with $1.17 trillion, according to the latest report from Moody's, who conclude that there's no near term funding pressures for companies in the region. Richard Morawetz, Vice President & Senior Credit Officer at Moody's, discusses this with Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson.
Guest:

Richard Morawetz


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Sandra Kilhof

Morning Money: Are we facing a recession 2.0?

Sandra Kilhof
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: Are we facing a recession 2.0?
Tom Elliott, International Investment Strategist at the DeVere Group, gives a financial outlook for the upcoming months whilst also explaining the fear of facing a recession 2.0.
Guest:

Tom Elliott


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Sandra Kilhof

Morning Money: Is Symphony about to make the lives of trading regulators more difficult?

Sandra Kilhof
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Is Symphony about to make the lives of trading regulators more difficult?
Billy Bambrough speaks to Simon Hart, Banking Litigation Partner at law firm RPC, and financial writer Ron Finberg about the new encrypted messaging tool, called Symphony, which is set to enter the world of financial trading. But in light of the Forex and Libor scandals, what impact will this have on regulators?
Guests:

Billy Bambrough, Simon Hart, Ron Finberg


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