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Nigel Cassidy

Our bill for Brexit could be as low as €25bn, says European think-tank

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Our bill for Brexit could be as low as €25bn, says European think-tank
Britain’s price for splitting from the EU could be as low as €25bn - much lower than the €60bn that had been suggested. That's according to influential European think-tank Bruegel. They say the final figure comes down to whether you consider coming out of the EU as like quitting a club, and therefore leaving all the club's equipment behind, or a divorce, where both parties must divide up the house. James brydges spoke to Zsolt Darvas from Bruegel, one of those responsible for the research.
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Zsolt Darvas


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Simon Rose

Market Wrap: Pound on a high as investors consider Brexit impact

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Market Wrap: Pound on a high as investors consider Brexit impact
On the latest Market Wrap, the resilience of the pound in the face of Article 50 uncertainty, hitting a fourth week high against the euro. Plus, Lloyd's of London will establish a new European subsidiary in Brussels to make sure business will carry on 'without disruption' after Brexit. Share Radio's Simon Rose was joined by financial commentator Rodney Hobson.
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Rodney Hobson


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Georgie Frost

What are the problems facing Britain's small businesses?

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

What are the problems facing Britain's small businesses?
Worrying numbers of small businesses are feeling increasingly stretched by financial pressures. So much so, that 1 in 5 small business owners with cashflow problems aren't able to pay their staff, and are instead having to dip into their savings. To find out how this has come about, Share Radio reporter Anviksha Patel spoke to former Apprentice winner and Small Business Champion, Tim Campbell MBE.
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Anviksha Patel, Tim Campbell


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Ed Bowsher

Markets ‘fairly immune’ to politics

Ed Bowsher
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Share Radio Afternoon

Markets ‘fairly immune’ to politics
Following the post-Brexit upheaval, markets seem to be less fazed by politics - but will this trend continue? And as more companies set up bases in Europe, Lloyd's of London and Royal London are the latest to announce their chosen locations, could some be temporary moves? Michael Hewson from CMC Markets joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to discuss the day's key economic stories.
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Michael Hewson


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Georgie Frost

How will Brexit impact the tech industry?

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

How will Brexit impact the tech industry?
With Article 50 triggered and the Brexit process underway what next for the UK's tech industry? There's been a 10% reduction of skilled tech workers from within the EU relocating to the UK over the last year and even homegrown talent has been moving elsewhere. Share Radio's James Brydges spoke to James Parsons, CEO and founder of resourcing solutions company, the Arrows Group, about the impact of Brexit.
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James Brydges


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Georgie Frost

The News Review: The UK's love for all things plastic

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

The News Review: The UK's love for all things plastic
Georgie Frost was joined by finance expert Kevin Pratt from moneysupermarket.com this morning. Today on the agenda, they discussed why we're spending more on credit cards at a faster rate than in a decade - raising fears of a new debt crisis. Plus they look into the news that food manufacturers are being told to change their recipes or portion sizes to cut the amount of sugar in them. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Kevin Pratt


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Georgie Frost

What can we expect from the Great Repeal Bill?

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

What can we expect from the Great Repeal Bill?
Just a day after formally triggering the UK's exit from the EU, the government will set out how it plans to turn European laws into British ones. Ministers will publish a white paper on proposals for a Great Repeal Bill. How many laws are we talking about being changed? To discuss what developments can we expect to see over the next week, Georgie Frost was joined by Josh Lowe from Newsweek.
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Josh Lowe


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Georgie Frost

Lloyd's of London will set up a subsidiary in Brussels so it maintains EU presence - Is this a sign of things to come?

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Lloyd's of London will set up a subsidiary in Brussels so it maintains EU presence - Is this a sign of things to come?
Nigel Cassidy joined Georgie Frost to discuss the main market headlines of the morning, starting with insurance market Lloyd's of London is to set up a subsidiary in Brussels. It's so it can keep a presence in the European union after Brexit. We've also heard from online electrical goods retailer AO World and the numbers are out from the food wholesaler Booker Group - which is being taken over by Tesco. So what has it reported and what has it said about the Tesco merger?
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Nigel Cassidy


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Nigel Cassidy

The European Union faces another headache with a potential bailout for Greece

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

The European Union faces another headache with a potential bailout for Greece
Now Brexit is not the only problem facing the EU. The Greek government's set for a key meeting of euro zone finance ministers next Friday. Negotiations over a potential bailout between Athens, the EU, and the International Monetary Fund have been dragging on for months, but according to reports, Greece has agreed with its lenders on key labour reforms, spending cuts and energy issues. Joining Nigel Cassidy is an old friend of the program, Michael Kosmides!
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Michael Kosmides


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Nigel Cassidy

How can we protect the city of London after triggering Article 50?

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

How can we protect the city of London after triggering Article 50?
The financial service sector contributed over £128 billion to the economy last year, and accounted for over 2.2 million jobs across the country. It also paid £71.4 billion in tax in 2015. It's thought Theresa May needs a transitional deal in order to give the sector time to adapt to life outside the EU. James Brydges spoke to Mark Boleat, Policy Chairman of the City of London Corporation, and first asked whether there were any surprises in the letter to Donald Tusk.
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Mark Boleat


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