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Nigel Cassidy

The White House announces plans for the "biggest tax cut in history"

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The White House announces plans for the "biggest tax cut in history"
They're already billing it as "the biggest tax cut" in history. The White House wants taxes to go down, but for whom? And how will it be paid for?
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Chris Bailey


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Nigel Cassidy

How can we plan our retirement with no government guarantee on pensions?

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How can we plan our retirement with no government guarantee on pensions?
The Prime Minister has refused to guarantee the triple lock on pensions. It's understood that Mrs May is coming under increasing pressure to drop the pledge, which means pensions always rise by 2.5%, from the Conservative manifesto. But with no guarantees on pensions, how can we fund our retirement?
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Jonathan Nabrotzky


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Ed Bowsher

FTSE 100 opens lower as Fresnillo and GKN drag down the index

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FTSE 100 opens lower as Fresnillo and GKN drag down the index
The FTSE 100 opened lower today, in part due to miner Fresnillo suffering earlier in the day, then later Engineer GKN pushed down the index, warning it might not be able to sustain its current growth. For more of the day's big company news, Robyn Dwyer was joined by Chris Bailey, founder of FinancialOrbit.com
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Robyn Dwyer, Chris Bailey


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Ed Bowsher

European rally ends as bumper start to the week cools off

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European rally ends as bumper start to the week cools off
The "Macron rally" that marked the start of this week and bolstered European markets seems to have steadied and cooled, with even the FTSE opening lower. To discuss this and more macro news, Robyn Dwyer spoke to Ben Kumar from 7 Investment Managment.
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Robyn Dwyer, Ben Kumar


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Glen Goodman

The News Review: Will Uber's plan for flying cars get off the ground?

Glen Goodman
The News Review: Will Uber's plan for flying cars get off the ground?
Today on the agenda, Glen Goodman and personal finance expert Martyn James discussed how just a fifth of us in the UK are in favour of a cashless society - but this rises to more than a third in places like Belgium, Italy and the US. Plus they look into Uber bosses unveiling plans to use flying vehicles by 2020. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Martyn James


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Glen Goodman

Labour outlines its campaign plans for Brexit and NHS

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Labour outlines its campaign plans for Brexit and NHS
The General Election campaign is underway. Labour has set out its Brexit & NHS plans. Theresa May is in Wales targeting voters there. And the front of The Telegraph reads Britain 'faces EU bill until 2020'. It comes as the Prime Minister's preparing to meet the EU's chief Brexit negotiator for the first time since taking office.
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Colin Bloom


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Glen Goodman

Boohoo doubles its profits to £31m

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Boohoo doubles its profits to £31m
Joining Glen Goodman for the main market headlines was Nigel Cassidy, starting with Boohoo, the online fashion retailer, the big story of the morning. We've heard from Metro Bank and also about the UK and it becoming a cashless society.
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Nigel Cassidy


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Nigel Cassidy

1 in 5 Europeans rarely carry cash in our ever-growing cashless society

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1 in 5 Europeans rarely carry cash in our ever-growing cashless society
The findings reveal one in five people in Europe now rarely carries cash, and a third would go completely cashless if given the choice, although people in the UK were the least likely to hold this view. Developments in technology and new payment methods are making the shift to a cashless economy ever more possible, and new findings reveal that society's desire to follow is not far behind.
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Ian Bright


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Nigel Cassidy

How do you move on from a high-profile job?

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How do you move on from a high-profile job?
The BP chief who famously told reporters he wanted his life back after the company's Deepwater Horizon catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico is stepping down as chairman of the oil and gas company Genel Energy. The Kurdistan venture was seen as a second coming for Mr Hayward. But it hasn't fulfilled its promise on his watch and Genel's shares closed almost 5% higher on his replacement.
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Phil Lowe


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Nigel Cassidy

Browns of Brockley becomes cash-free cafe

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Browns of Brockley becomes cash-free cafe
A café in south London has become the latest business to go card-only as more turn their back on the “faff” of taking coins and notes. Ross Brown, who owns Browns of Brockley in south east London, stopped taking cash earlier this year, inspired by a trip to Sweden where he “hardly used cash at all and not even noticed.”
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Ross Brown


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