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Juliette Foster

The Week's Update: How radical does the EU's economics action need to be?

Juliette Foster
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The Weeks Update

The Week's Update: How radical does the EU's economics action need to be?
Now that the UK has voted to leave the bloc, the remaining 27 states will push hard to ensure their interests are protected in any future negotiations. Yet in planning a future without Britain, Mr Tusk and his colleagues will also have to take a long hard look at the EU's current economic model. Against a backdrop of low growth and high unemployment - especially amongst the young - some analysts believe the EU's long-term survival lies in taking bold economic steps. How radical does it need to be? Doctor Engelbert Stockhammer is Professor of Economics at Kingston University, and he joined Juliette in the studio, along with Professor John Weeks, Share Radio's regular economics commentator.

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Georgie Frost

Simon McCulloch, commercial director at comparethemarket.com, on The News Review 20/09/16

Georgie Frost
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Consuming Issues

Simon McCulloch, commercial director at comparethemarket.com, on The News Review 20/09/16
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Simon McCulloch, commercial director at comparethemarket.com. Today they discuss the rise in online financial scams as well as how a payday lending business could be forced to pay back £35m to its borrowers. Plus is the cashless society making us spend more? All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Simon McCulloch


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Georgie Frost

Independent financial expert Martyn James on The News Review 19/09/16

Georgie Frost
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Independent financial expert Martyn James on The News Review 19/09/16
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by independent financial expert Martyn James. Today they discuss recommendations from regulator Ofwat for greater competition in the water market as well as the growing prevalence of online fraud. Plus why Brits are more likely to trust their bank with biometric data than the government. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Martyn James


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Share Radio

Stock Markets Explained - Turquoise

Share Radio
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Best Of Share Radio

Stock Markets Explained - Turquoise
Brought to you in partnership with the London Stock Exchange.

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Share Radio

Stock Markets Explained - Dark Pool

Share Radio
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Best Of Share Radio

Stock Markets Explained - Dark Pool
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Share Radio

Stock Markets Explained - Market Data

Share Radio
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Best Of Share Radio

Stock Markets Explained - Market Data
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Share Radio

Stock Markets Explained - Market Maker

Share Radio
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Best Of Share Radio

Stock Markets Explained - Market Maker
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Share Radio

Stock Markets Explained - Order Books

Share Radio
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Stock Markets Explained - Order Books
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Ed Bowsher

Sara Benwell, Pensions Insight, on the News Review with Ed Bowsher.

Ed Bowsher
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Consuming Issues

Sara Benwell, Pensions Insight, on the News Review with Ed Bowsher.
Sara Benwell, Digital Editor of Pensions Insight, joins Share Radio's Senior Analyst Ed Bowsher to go through the day's financial news. Top on the agenda, shoppers are seemingly oblivious to this supposed Brexit uncertainty, as retail sales barely dip. Retail giant John Lewis is hardly basking in the glow, though, as pre-tax profits continue to plummet. Also on the show, nearly a third of homeowners have been put off moving because of stamp duty costs, and a record 44 Billion pounds were shelled out by British business this financial year.
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Sara Benwell


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Sue Dougan

This is Money: Exploiting savers and penalising borrowers.

Sue Dougan
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This is Money

This is Money: Exploiting savers and penalising borrowers.
It's This is Money, your essential week's round-up of the biggest money stories in the UK and abroad. This week, guest-host Sue Dougan teamed up with Editor Simon Lambert and Personal Finance Editor Rachel Rickard Straus from the Financial Website of the Year, This Is Money. On the agenda today; A further rate cut looks unlikely for now, but that's not stopped the banks from taking full advantage of the chance to punish savers and borrowers alike. Meanwhile, a Pensions Roadblock is what we're calling people scared off from trying to get their nest egg in order. Is it just a bit complicated, or totally hopeless? And we'll also be taking a look at a new book on the hidden threat of Big Data: it's Weapons of Maths Destruction. This is Money is presented in partnership with NS&I.
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Simon Lambert, Rachel Rickard-Straus


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