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Morning Money: How will banks deal with UN British citizen sanctions?

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Morning Money: How will banks deal with UN British citizen sanctions?
The United Nations has imposed sanctions on five British citizens who are fighting with Islamic State militants in Syria, following a request from the British government. But what are the implications for banks? Chrisol Correia, Global Head of AML at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, speaks to Nigel Cassidy and Mark Johnson to offer an insight.
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Chrisol Correia


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Morning Money: Bruce Davis of Abundance Generation on fossil fuel investment

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Morning Money: Bruce Davis of Abundance Generation on fossil fuel investment
Bruce Davis, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Abundance Generation, a company that provide opportunities for investment in renewable energy, joins Nigel Cassidy and Mark Johnson to talk about fossil fuel investment after a warning from the Bank of England.
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Bruce Davis


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Morning Money: Richard Perks on Sainsbury's and Topps Tiles

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Morning Money: Richard Perks on Sainsbury's and Topps Tiles
Richard Perks, Director of Retail Research at Mintel, talks with Share Radio's Nigel Cassidy and Mark Johnson about Sainsbury's and Topps Tiles, after both retail giants made company announcements.
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Richard Perks


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Morning Money: The recent performance of sovereign wealth funds

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Morning Money: The recent performance of sovereign wealth funds
Billy Bambrough looks into the performance of sovereign wealth funds, amidst stock market crashes and falling commodity prices. Billy speaks to Enrico Soddu, Head of Data and Research at the Sovereign Wealth Centre, and Selina Sy, Associate Commercial Manager of Hedge Funds at Preqin.
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Enrico Soddu, Selina Sy


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Morning Money: Anastasia Nesvetailova offers an insight into Labour's aims

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Morning Money: Anastasia Nesvetailova offers an insight into Labour's aims
Anastasia Nesvetailova, Professor at City University and now a Member of the Economic Advisory Panel to the Labour Party, joins Sarah Lowther and Mark Johnson to offer an insight into the party, with the Labour conference ongoing.
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Anastasia Nesvetailova


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Morning Money: Scott Corfe on the CEBR's rate rise forecast analysis

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Morning Money: Scott Corfe on the CEBR's rate rise forecast analysis
The Centre for Economics and Business Research has released its latest analysis on a rate rise, pushing back its forecast. Head of Macroeconomics at the CEBR, Scott Corfe, joins Sarah Lowther and Mark Johnson to discuss this.
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Scott Corfe


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Morning Money: The effects of the emerging market slowdown on UK banks

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Morning Money: The effects of the emerging market slowdown on UK banks
The Bank of England has claimed that UK banks are vulnerable to the slowdown in China and other emerging market economies. Billy Bambrough speaks with Ian Gordon, Analyst at Investec, and Tom Burroughes, Group Editor at Wealthbriefing, about this.
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Billy Bambrough, Ian Gordon, Tom Burroughes


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Billy Bambrough casts an eye over struggling Chinese online retail giant Alibaba

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Billy Bambrough casts an eye over struggling Chinese online retail giant Alibaba
One year on from Alibaba's share issue on the New York Stock exchange, the stock price is languishing 50% below its peak. Billy Bambrough's been finding out why by speaking with Mike van Dulken, Head of Research at Accendo Markets, and Russ Mould, Investment Director at AJ Bell.
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Billy Bambrough, Mike van Dulken, Russ Mould


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Georgie Frost

The This is Money Show

Georgie Frost
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This is Money Investigates

The This is Money Show
‎The team from This Is Money, the award-winning financial website, are back in the studio to run through all the big stories they’ve been investigating this week including: the fall out from the VW Scandal, whether diesel’s now a dirty word, a stolen Lexus’ big trip to Uganda, and…why Mark Carney's been getting all philosophical over the economy.‎
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Simon Lambert, Lee Boyce


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Morning Money: Jack Sommers talks about the EU's refugee pledge and it's impact on the UK

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Morning Money: Jack Sommers talks about the EU's refugee pledge and it's impact on the UK
The EU has pledged €1 billion to help UN agencies support Syrian refugees. But what does this mean for the UK? Jack Sommers, of The Huffington Post, discusses this and more with Mark Johnson and Nigel Cassidy.
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Jack Sommers


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