Concerns about Greek debt levels are back on the radar as negotiations between the Eurozone and International Monetary Fund look increasingly shaky. Head Analyst at MacroPolis, Manos Giakoumis, joined Share Radio's Glen Goodman to explain the current situation.
Are interest rates too low? One of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee members has signalled she's on the verge of voting for a rate rise. And Brexit will cost UK 30,000 finance jobs according to a think tank. Ben Kumar, investment manager at Seven Investment Management, joined Share Radio's Glen Goodman to talk through the day's big economic stories.
Donald Trump is set to remove laws passed following the financial crisis, one of his latest edicts via executive order. Share Radio's James Brydges spoke to Philip Alexander, regulation editor at risk.net, for more on what the removal of the Dodd-Frank laws mean.
House prices have dropped slightly in January according to Halifax's house price survey - the first dip since Brexit. For more on the story and its economic impact Martin Ellis, Halifax housing economist, joined Share Radio's Sarah Lowther.
Brexit Britain could see the strongest growth rate among G7 nations according to a PwC report - but that's not without a little pain first. And is 'Frexit' - a French exit from the EU - likely? Tom Stevenson, Investment Director at Fidelity, joined Share Radio's Sarah Lowther to talk through the big economic stories of the day.
Queen Elizabeth is today celebrating her Sapphire Jubilee, as Britain commemorates 65 years since she ascended the British throne.
At 90 years old, Queen Elizabeth is currently the world's longest-reigning living monarch,
In honour of the Queen's Sapphire Jubilee, Share Radio’s Matt Cox delves into the financial, technological, and political highs and lows witnessed by Queen Elizabeth during her reign so far, and how it has shaped the country as we know it.
There's some gloomy news on Brexit with 58 percent of larger companies saying it's already having a negative impact on their business - that's according to Ipsos Mori. And the pound's drop is pushing up company costs, according to the British Chambers of Commerce. While in the US, is Trump right on currency policy? For these stories and more, Jeremy Stretch, Head of G10 FX Strategy at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, joined Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher.
Gregory Daco, Head of US Economics at Oxford Economics, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to discuss the latest US non-farm payroll report which saw the number of jobs added in January soaring to 227,000, much higher than the 175,000 expected by economists.
Jamie McGeever, Chief Markets Correspondent for Europe at Reuters joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to cover the big economic news of the day including the fall in number of new homes built in London, Bank of England's Ben Broadbent stance that Trump's elections is "positive" for the UK, the growth in the UK's dominant service sector slowing more than expected last month. They talked about Trump's plan to undo the Dodd Frank law and the gold price hitting a fourth year high. Finally, a quick reaction to US non-farm payroll.
It could be the biggest technolgy IPO since Facebook. Snapchat's parent company Snap is now starting the process of listing on the stock market, and the valuation could be as much as $25 billion. Share Radio's Ed Bowsher was joined by Garry White from Charles Stanley, for his take on Snapchat and today's other corporate stories.