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Nigel Cassidy

What do the latest ONS retail figures mean for retailers?

Nigel Cassidy
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What do the latest ONS retail figures mean for retailers?
The ONS has released their latest retail sales figures today. So what are they telling us? What do they mean for retailers? Joining Nigel Cassidy is David Jinks, ParcelHero's Head of Consumer Research to discuss further.
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David Jinks


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Nigel Cassidy

GEO, Winners of the Queen's award for Enterprise in Innovation

Nigel Cassidy
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GEO, Winners of the Queen's award for Enterprise in Innovation
Now the company 'geo', a developer of smarter home energy products and services for consumers has today announced they are the winners of the Queen's Award for Enterprise in the category of Innovation, they will accept the award at a reception at the Palace later in the year.
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Patrick Caiger-Smith


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Nigel Cassidy

Acal's secret to exporting success amidst Brexit

Nigel Cassidy
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Acal's secret to exporting success amidst Brexit
How does a British electronics manufacturer and exporter cope with the supposed uncertainty surrounding Brexit? Acal supply components to over 20,000 industrial manufacturers. Their latest trading update suggests they're not too worried abut Brexit - final quarter revenue was up 15% on last year, with exchange rate fluctuations not taken into account. So whats their secret?
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Nick Jefferies


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Nigel Cassidy

How long will stability in the housing market last?

Nigel Cassidy
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How long will stability in the housing market last?
According to Halifax's latest housing market confidence tracker, confidence in the UK housing market has stabilised following a record decline. However, the uncertainty created by a general election has traditionally put a dampener on the housing market, so after Theresa May's snap election, could the stability be short-lived?
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Martin Ellis


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Ed Bowsher

UK stock market more attractive than others - even with Brexit on the horizon

Ed Bowsher
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UK stock market more attractive than others - even with Brexit on the horizon
The UK stock market is still attracting investment, beating out other countries in spite of potential political risks such as leaving the European Union and the upcoming General Election. So what makes it such an enticing prospect? For more on this and the latest best bits from Moneyweek, Ed Bowsher was joined by Merryn Somerset Webb, Editor in chief of the magazine.
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Merryn Somerset Webb


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Ed Bowsher

Debenhams cuts jobs and shuts stores as part of new strategy

Ed Bowsher
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Debenhams cuts jobs and shuts stores as part of new strategy
Retailer Debenhams has launched a new turnaround strategy, including shutting just over 5% of its stores and cutting jobs at its warehouses. Ed Bowsher spoke to Richard J Hunter, Head of Research at Wilson King Investment Management, to analyse the new plans for the brand, and more of the latest company news.
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Richard Hunter


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Ed Bowsher

Unilever's turnover is on the up, but is it enough to justify the share price?

Ed Bowsher
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Unilever's turnover is on the up, but is it enough to justify the share price?
Shares in Unilever have had a good run since the failed takeover bid from Kraft-Heinz in February. Today, the company's Q1 statement revealed turnover was up 6% - but are the numbers good enough to justify the share price? For this and more of the day's big macro news stories, Ed Bowsher was joined by Rachel Winter, Senior Investment Manager at Killik and Co.
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Rachel Winter


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Georgie Frost

How accelerators and incubators are helping start-ups to strive for success

Georgie Frost
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How accelerators and incubators are helping start-ups to strive for success
Start-up businesses are seeking more support in search of success. Research shows that the network of accelerators and incubators sought by start-ups is growing, surprisingly outside of London. To find out more, our reporter Anviksha Patel spoke to Chris Haley, Head of startups and new technology research at Nesta.
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Chris Haley


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Georgie Frost

Millennials are turning to search engines for financial advice

Georgie Frost
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Millennials are turning to search engines for financial advice
More and more millennials are turning to the internet to manage their money. That's according to research by Zurich UK- which found that 15% of millennials are turning to search engines, such as Google, instead of seeking professional financial advice.
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Rose St Louis


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Georgie Frost

The News Review: Online worries

Georgie Frost
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The News Review: Online worries
Today on the agenda, Georgie Frost and David Braithwaite from Citrus Financial Management discussed why Britain is losing up to £1bn a year in VAT because of fraud or error by sellers using online marketplaces. Plus they look into the biggest broadband companies failing to beat their smaller competitors on service. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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David Braithwaite


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