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Ed Mitchell

Might the UK be economically stronger outside the EU? Ryan Bourne of the Institute of Economic Affairs weighs in

Ed Mitchell
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Ed's Macro-Economic View

Might the UK be economically stronger outside the EU? Ryan Bourne of the Institute of Economic Affairs weighs in
Eight leading economists have weighed into the referendum debate, arguing that the UK would be economically better off outside the EU. One of those economists is Ryan Bourne, Head of Public Policy at the Institute of Economic Affairs. He joins Ed Mitchell of Investment Perspectives to discuss further.

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Ed Mitchell

John Springford tells us how some economists are making a strong case for Brexit

Ed Mitchell
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Ed's Macro-Economic View

John Springford tells us how some economists are making a strong case for Brexit
A group of eight leading Economists led by Professor Patrick Minford and Dr. Gerard Lyons have recently launched a campaign, Economists for Brexit which makes the economic case for leaving the EU. To examine their economic arguments Ed Mitchell is joined by John Springford, Senior Research Fellow at the centre for European Reform.

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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: When could a Fed rate rise come?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: When could a Fed rate rise come?
The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged on Wednesday, moving the focus to the next Federal Open Market Committee meeting in June. But the latest FOMC statement is little changed from the last one, and provides no strong clue about the likely decision at the June meeting. So when can we expect an interest rate hike? Richard de Meo, Founder & MD of corporate forex broker Foenix Partners, offered his views.
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Louise Cooper, Richard de Meo


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Georgie Frost

Consuming Issues: The average amount of money spent on a wedding- from sending out the invitations to jetting off on the honeymoon- is £36,000. Listen to Caroline Hendry, editor of Hitched.co.uk

Georgie Frost
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Consuming Issues

Consuming Issues: The average amount of money spent on a wedding- from sending out the invitations to jetting off on the honeymoon- is £36,000. Listen to Caroline Hendry, editor of Hitched.co.uk
We all know weddings can cost a packet for the couple tying the knot, but did you know that on average it costs the guests even more? That's according to research by Hitched.co.uk. The average amount of money spent on a wedding -from sending out the invitations to jetting off on the honeymoon- is a staggering £36,000. Caroline Hendry, editor of Hitched.co.uk, joins Georgie Frost
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Caroline Hendry


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Georgie Frost

Deborah Hargreaves on the News Review -28/04/16

Georgie Frost
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Consuming Issues

 Deborah Hargreaves on the News Review -28/04/16
Joining Georgie Frost today on the Consuming Issues News Review, Deborah Hargreaves, founder of the High Pay Centre. Top on the agenda, BHS crisis, state pension, US interest rates and Facebook. Consuming Issues goes out with Georgie Frost every day from 9 to 12 on Share Radio
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Deborah Hargreaves


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Juliette Foster

Retail sales figures falling at their fastest pace since 2012 - what's happening? Anna Leach of the CBI tells us more

Juliette Foster
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Ed's Macro-Economic View

Retail sales figures falling at their fastest pace since 2012 - what's happening? Anna Leach of the CBI tells us more
Retail sales fell at the fastest pace over the last year since January 2012, thats according to the CBI's latest monthly Distributive Trends Survey. Analysts had hoped to see a pick up in growth in the sector and the figures come in the same week as high street retailers BHS and Austin Reed entered administration. Joining Juliette Foster to shed more light on this research is Anna Leach, Head of Economic Analysis at the CBI.

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Juliette Foster

Finbarr Bermingham of the Global Trade Review on China's massive debt, global bank collaborations, and what is 'ISDS'?

Juliette Foster
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Ed's Macro-Economic View

Finbarr Bermingham of the Global Trade Review on China's massive debt, global bank collaborations,  and what is 'ISDS'?
Share Radio's Patrick Jones catches up with our man in Hong Kong, Finbarr Bermingham, Asia Editor of the Global Trade Review, to talk about the future for the Chinese economy considering it's colossal debt levels, collaboration between global banks and what is the 'ISDS' clause within TTIP?

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Georgie Frost

Consuming Issues: Our regular expert on employment law Beverley Sunderland from Crossland Employment Solicitors on Britain’s high streets crisis and the future of workers

Georgie Frost
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Consuming Issues

Consuming Issues: Our regular expert on employment law Beverley Sunderland from Crossland Employment Solicitors on Britain’s high streets crisis and the future of workers
Britain’s high streets has suffered some major blows and so have the employees - the collapse of Austin Reed puts a further 1,000 retail jobs at risk, on top of the 11,000 under threat at BHS. So, where does this leave workers? Georgie speaks to our regular expert on employment law - Beverley Sunderland from Crossland Employment Solicitors
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Beverley Sunderland


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Georgie Frost

Consuming Issues: It's time for our regular slot with Money Saving Expert - Sam McFaul

Georgie Frost
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Consuming Issues

Consuming Issues: It's time for our regular slot with Money Saving Expert - Sam McFaul
With the ever-rising cost of house prices, more of us are renting and for longer. So, what’s the best advice for renters? Plus, holidays and travel insurance…What are the best deals out there? Georgie speaks to Sam McFaul from Money Saving Expert
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Sam McFaul


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Georgie Frost

The team from Moneywise joins @GECFrost in the studio to talk on #supermarkets and super-complaints #tax-free income #charities #Buy-to-let

Georgie Frost
The team from Moneywise joins @GECFrost in the studio to talk on #supermarkets and super-complaints #tax-free income #charities #Buy-to-let
Last year the Competition and Markets Authority found that stores were misleading customers with promotions, like multi-buy deals, and found some examples that "could be in breach of consumer law". The investigation came after a super-complaint by the consumer group Which?. But what is a supercomplaint? The team from MoneyWise join Georgie in the studio to talk this and all stories making the news… Today we’ve been discussing…easy ways to earn an extra £1,000 a year…and Charities, how can you make sure that pound in your pocket goes where you want it to? Buy-to-let…The chancellor's tax changes mean profits and income from Buy-to-Let properties are now lower…and the latest scam doing the round…
Guests:

Helen Knapman, Tom Wilson


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