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Sarah Lowther

French assets bounce back as a Macron presidency seems likely

Sarah Lowther
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French assets bounce back as a Macron presidency seems likely
With polls suggesting the pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron will emerge as the comfortable winner over the far-right Marine Le Pen in the final run-off election in France, bondholders have begun snapping up French assets once again. For more, Sarah Lowther was joined by Mike Bell, Global Market Strategist at JP Morgan.
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Mike Bell


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Georgie Frost

The News Review: How your Mr.Men/Little Miss character can get you hired

Georgie Frost
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The News Review: How your Mr.Men/Little Miss character can get you hired
Today on the agenda, Georgie Frost and Kevin White, Director at Fortem Financial Management discussed how up to three million children in the UK are at risk because families can't afford to feed them during school holidays. Plus they look into why UK shoe repair and key-cutting business Timpson recruits new staff according to which Mr Men characters their personalities resemble. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Kevin White


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Georgie Frost

Open Britain urges voters to unseat pro-Brexit MPs

Georgie Frost
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Open Britain urges voters to unseat pro-Brexit MPs
The Guardian leads with the story that pro-EU campaign group Open Britain is urging voters to unseat prominent Brexit-supporting MPs, including Iain Duncan Smith, Theresa Villiers and Kate Hoey. Meanwhile, in the Telegraph, polls suggest the Conservatives are on course for a historic Commons majority of up to 150 seats.
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Jack Sommers


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Georgie Frost

Christian Dior announces £10bn takeover

Georgie Frost
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Christian Dior announces £10bn takeover
Georgie and Nigel began the morning by going through the latest market headlines, starting with Whitbread - the UK's largest hospitality company, owning the likes of Costa Coffee. Elsewhere, we've heard from the UK's largest retailer of carpets - Carpetright. And there's a £10bn takeover of Christian Dior, which is dominating the retail business news this morning.
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Nigel Cassidy


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Nigel Cassidy

Northern Petroleum explores appraisal opportunities

Nigel Cassidy
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Northern Petroleum explores appraisal opportunities
Northern Petroleum plc,an oil and gas company, is undertaking a redevelopment and production project in north west Alberta and has a broader portfolio of exploration and appraisal opportunities in countries of relatively low political risk, primarily Italy.
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Keith Bush


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Nigel Cassidy

20 year old makes £360k from creating hacking software

Nigel Cassidy
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20 year old makes £360k from creating hacking software
A court's heard that a teenager made about £360,000 by creating computer hacking software which cost universities, gaming websites and other businesses millions of pounds. 20 year old Adam Mudd from Hertfordshire, has already admitted offences under the Computer Misuse Act. But the report also acknowledges that teenagers are often looking to secure bragging rights with their friends, rather than for any more malevolent motive.
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Phil Beckett


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Nigel Cassidy

Should graduates stress about finding a job immediately?

Nigel Cassidy
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Should graduates stress about finding a job immediately?
Alistair McQueen, Head of Savings and Retirement at Aviva, will be available this week to comment on the Graduate Labour Market Statistics on Tuesday 25th April, HMRC Flexible Payments from Pensions Data on Wednesday 26th April and HMRC Personal Income Statistics on Thursday 27th April.
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Alistair McQueen


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Nigel Cassidy

When will electric vehicles become mainstream?

Nigel Cassidy
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When will electric vehicles become mainstream?
There's a warning the UK's electrical infrastructure is not equipped for the rise in Electric Vehicle or EV use over the next decade. A report from the Green Alliance suggests peak demand for electricity could double before 2050, leading to so called brown outs or black outs if local grids are not actively managed.
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Caterina Brandmayr


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Nigel Cassidy

UK businesses have almost £500bn tied up in excess working capital

Nigel Cassidy
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UK businesses have almost £500bn tied up in excess working capital
British businesses have at least £498bn tied up in excess working capital, which could be used to boost cashflow and growth. A combination of revenue growth, which increases the amount of money tied up in unpaid invoices, and firms strategically building up their inventories ahead of anticipated price hikes, have increased pressure on businesses to have more working capital.
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Llewelyn Mullooly


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Nigel Cassidy

What do firms want to see from the election?

Nigel Cassidy
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What do firms want to see from the election?
A general election period brings uncertainty but can also be good for businesses. While there are naturally concerns that things can slow down in the run up to a vote, it is also a chance for entrepreneurs and business leaders to have their voices heard.
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Daniel Landen


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