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Nigel Cassidy

How is the banking industry looking? Paul Sedgwick looks at banking results season

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

How is the banking industry looking? Paul Sedgwick looks at banking results season
The banking results season is underway. HSBC reported on Tuesday, Lloyds and Metro Bank on Wednesday, and RBS will be reporting on Friday. So how is the industry looking? Paul Sedgwick, Head of Investments at Frank Investments, joined Nigel Cassidy on Share Radio Breakfast to discuss.
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Paul Sedgwick


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Simon Rose

Emerging Opportunities: How to get a credit score with no financial history.

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Emerging Opportunities: How to get a credit score with no financial history.
This is Emerging Opportunities, the only show on radio dedicated to global emerging markets. Hosting today's show are Share Radio's Simon Rose and Managing Editor of the Frontier Funds Consultancy, Gavin Serkin. Joining them in the studio today was Shivani Siroya, CEO of Tala Mobile. They discussed how the Tala app was disrupting the financial catch-22 of credit scores in developing countries, where many people have never taken out a loan or similar product.
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Gavin Serkin, Shivani Siroya


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Simon Rose

Will Article 50 derail the recovery of UK banks?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Will Article 50 derail the recovery of UK banks?
Will all the controversy around triggering Article 50 derail UK banks recovery? With HSBC shares sliding today after it announced a fall in profits of 62% from last year, there is concern that the recovery seen by some banks could be hurt by the process of the UK leaving the EU. To find out more, Matt Cox spoke to Michael Hewson, Chief Market Analyst at CMC Markets UK.
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Matt Cox, Michael Hewson


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Sue Dougan

Track Record: Billy Ward - Motorcycle adventurer, businessman and IT specialist reveals the soundtrack to his career

Sue Dougan
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Track Record

Track Record: Billy Ward - Motorcycle adventurer, businessman and IT specialist reveals the soundtrack to his career
This week on Track Record, Sue Dougan spoke to motorcycle adventurer and businessman, Billy Ward, an IT specialist who turned his passion for motorbikes into profit, after his divorce.
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Billy Ward


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Georgie Frost

Money Fight Club: The gloves are off for delayed flights

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Money Fight Club: The gloves are off for delayed flights
Financial heavyweights Lindsay Cook and Vix Leyton joined Georgie for Money Fight Club, speaking about how to claim up to 600 euros in compensation if your flight is delayed.
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Lindsay Cook, Vix Leyton


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Georgie Frost

Bud, the all-in-one banking app. Founder Ed Maslaveckas tells us more

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Bud, the all-in-one banking app. Founder Ed Maslaveckas tells us more
Are you struggling to manage all your incomings and outgoings? Imagine not just your current account or savings, but crowdfunding, pensions and investments, on one app. That's the idea behind Bud... it describes itself as a 'universal banking app'. And if that hasn't persuaded you - it's just won British Banking Award for Innovation of the Year. To discuss, Georgie Frost was joined by Bud co-founder and CEO Ed Maslaveckas.
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Ed Maslaveckas


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Ed Bowsher

The Problem with PACE - Part 1

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

The Problem with PACE - Part 1
Could a green energy loan in a few US states have global implications? In a special report, Matt Cox investigates the worrying whispers surrounding "PACE" loans, the effect it's had on California, and why it matters to the wider world - even us Brits across the Atlantic.
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Matt Cox


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Georgie Frost

The government is being accused of not doing enough to close the gender pay gap. All this and more on the News Review

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

The government is being accused of not doing enough to close the gender pay gap. All this and more on the News Review
Georgie Frost was joined by Consumer Editor of Good Housekeeping Sara Benwell. Today on the agenda, they discussed how the government's being accused of not effectively tackling the causes of the gender pay gap. Plus they look into why step counting apps could be doing you more harm than good. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Sara Benwell


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Georgie Frost

William Hague attacks Tony Blair for his comment for remain supporters to "rise up"

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

William Hague attacks Tony Blair for his comment for remain supporters to "rise up"
There was a debate on the Government's Article 50 Bill in the House of Lords last night, where Peers were urged to "respect" voters' decision to leave the EU. And Theresa May took the unusual step of sitting in the Lords to watch the opening speeches. There was also an attack from William Hague on Tony Blair, after the former Prime Minister called on his Brexit opponents to "rise up". Elsewhere, MPs clashed over whether Donald Trump should be given a state visit to the UK. This was in a Westminster debate last night. Meanwhile, Trump has named HR McMaster as his national security adviser. To discuss all these stories, Georgie was joined by Jack Sommers of the Huffington Post.
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Jack Sommers


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Georgie Frost

HSBC blames 'unexpected economic and political events' for its monumental profit loss

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

HSBC blames 'unexpected economic and political events' for its monumental profit loss
Joining Georgie Frost to discuss what the main market headlines of the morning are Panmure Gordon's veteran Market Commentator, David Buik. A busy morning of Company Announcements, including a difficult statement from HSBC. HSBC is blaming a year of "unexpected economic and political events" for a slump in annual profits. The bank made just under 2 billion pounds over the year, compared with nearly 11 billion in 2015. The company says uncertainties created through the last 12 months temporarily influenced investment activity and contributed to volatile market conditions.
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David Buik


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