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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Is Liverpool the new home for tech start-ups?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Is Liverpool the new home for tech start-ups?
Matt Cox has been hearing from Leo Cubbin and Phil Gaskell, Co-Founders of Ripstone, a gaming company based in Liverpool, who explained why the city is the new place for tech hubs and what drew them to create their tech startup.
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Matt Cox, Leo Cubbin, Phil Gaskell


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Ed Mitchell

Investment Perspectives: What to listen for in Janet Yellen's testimony to Congress with Oliver Pursche

Ed Mitchell
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Ed's Macro-Economic View

Investment Perspectives: What to listen for in Janet Yellen's testimony to Congress with Oliver Pursche
Oliver Pursche, CEO of Bruderman Brothers, joins us on the line from New York to discuss what to expect and look out for as Janet Yellen appears before Congress in the midst of ongoing global market turmoil

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Juliette Foster

Investment Perspectives: Lord Flight on how SME's can raise money

Juliette Foster
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The Investment Hour with Juliette Foster

Investment Perspectives: Lord Flight on how SME's can  raise money
Anyone running a small or medium sized company is likely to face numerous challenges as they grow their business and raising money is one of the toughest. If the banks or even family members can't or won't lend the readies, then what are the alternatives? One possible option is to raise the finance through the Enterprise Investment Scheme...also known as EIS. Well one person with a first hand knowledge of EIS and how it works is Lord Howard Flight, the former Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury who now joins us in the studio.

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Juliette Foster

The Weeks Update: Was the Paris climate deal enough?

Juliette Foster
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The Weeks Update

The Weeks Update:  Was the Paris climate deal enough?
The US President Barack Obama gave his reaction to the climate change deal brokered in Paris last December. Among the headline making initiatives was the promise to keep global temperature increases below 2 degrees Celsius. Yet for some Green activists the deal was hardly a resounding success. Countries may be legally bound to have their emission reduction levels checked but there's flexibility on how they go about hitting their targets. And what about the economics of climate change? Did Paris make the link between excess human consumption and the impact on economies dependent on fossil fuels? Is it time to switch to a materialism that's environmentally friendly and economically kinder? We are joined in the studio by the author Andrew Simms of the New Economics Foundation and by Share Radio's regular economics commentator, Professor John Weeks.

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

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Morning Money at 8:00

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 at 7:00

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 at 7:00

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 at 6:00

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.
Guests:

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 at 7:00

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 at 7:00

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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