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Are we entering a new era of strike action as we move into 2017?

Sarah Lowther
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Are we entering a new era of strike action as we move into 2017?
There is widespread concern after British Airways and the Post Office joined Southern Rail in striking over the Christmas period. According to the latest figures by the Office for National Statistics, 281,000 days were lost to strike action up until the end of October 2016, which is over 100,000 more days than the same time last year. Share Radio’s Matt Cox investigated this new era of strike action with industrial action expert Professor Chris Rowley, Visiting Fellow at Kellogg College, University of Oxford, and Professor Emeritus at Cass Business School.
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Matt Cox, Professor Chris Rowley


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Nigel Cassidy

Foenix Partners' Alex Lydall on the market reaction to the U.S. Federal Reserve rate hike announcement

Nigel Cassidy
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Foenix Partners' Alex Lydall on the market reaction to the U.S. Federal Reserve rate hike announcement
Alex Lydall, Senior 360 FX dealer at corporate forex broker Foenix Partners, joined Share Radio to discuss the market reaction to the U.S. Federal Reserve announcement of a three interest rates hikes in 2017, and what can we expect from President-elect Trump going forward.
Guests:

Rachel Winter, Alex Lydall


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Nigel Cassidy

“We do have inflation - globally inflation has been hard to come by" - Helen Thomas

Nigel Cassidy
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“We do have inflation - globally inflation has been hard to come by" - Helen Thomas
Helen Thomas, Managing Director of BlondeMoney, joined Share Radio Breakfast to offer her regular market round-up. This week, Helen discussed the Fed after the decision to raise interest rates. This before a Trump presidency, so how will the Fed operate once The Donald is in power? And do we need to get used to higher interest rates from here onwards?
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Helen Thomas


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Nigel Cassidy

Could the UK face a bill of £50 billion to leave the EU?

Nigel Cassidy
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Could the UK face a bill of £50 billion to leave the EU?
Ryan Heath, Senior EU Correspondent and Associate Editor at POLITICO Europe, joined Share Radio Breakfast to talk politics. The Daily Telegraph leads with news the UK could face a bill of £50 billion to leave the EU. Meanwhile the Financial Times says Brussels is preparing rule changes which would deprive London of one of its flagship financial businesses.
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Ryan Heath


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Nigel Cassidy

November's retail sales figures - what do the numbers show?

Nigel Cassidy
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November's retail sales figures - what do the numbers show?
The latest retail sales data for November is in and, as widely expected, Black Friday and other retail sales days boosted the numbers. The figures are nearly 6% higher than the same period last year. But do the figures tell the whole story of what’s going on in retail, especially in light of Brexit, and with sterling in flux? Matt Cox found out more from Mintel’s Retail Analyst, Richard Perks.
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Matt Cox, Richard Perks


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Nigel Cassidy

“Rents have grown significantly above average around Crossrail 2 & HS2 stations”

Nigel Cassidy
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“Rents have grown significantly above average around Crossrail 2 & HS2 stations”
There has been remarkable growth in property rental prices around the proposed new stations for HS2 and Crossrail 2. Otherwise, national rental growth has slowed. This has been revealed in Landbay's monthly Rental Index, which provides analysis of national rental growth. For more on this, the CEO and Co-Founder of Landbay, John Goodall, joined Share Radio Breakfast.
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Sara Sjölin, John Goodall


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Nigel Cassidy

Money for local services, but no changes to tax bands – the Scottish Budget unravelled

Nigel Cassidy
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Money for local services, but no changes to tax bands – the Scottish Budget unravelled
Scotland's Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has pledged a funding increase of £240m for local services as he set out his draft budget. Mr Mackay also confirmed he will not change income tax rates or bands. Those were two of the headlines from the Scottish Budget, and to bring us up to date with this, Share Radio’s Scotland Correspondent Maurice Smith joined Nigel Cassidy and Sara Sjölin.
Guests:

Sara Sjölin, Maurice


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Nigel Cassidy

"This is all about a rebalancing of the global economy" - HSBC's Dan Howlett discusses report on the global service sector

Nigel Cassidy
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"This is all about a rebalancing of the global economy" - HSBC's Dan Howlett discusses report on the global service sector
Analysis by HSBC has revealed that global trade in services has outstripped growth in goods trade since the global financial crisis. The US, UK, China, Germany and France were the world's top exporters of services in 2015, but emerging economies will gradually gain market share as they continue to develop their workforce skills and digital infrastructure. Dan Howlett, HSBC Head of Corporate Banking UK, joined Share Radio to talk on the report.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Dan Howlett


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Nigel Cassidy

Bank of England's Super Thursday: Chief Economist of IHS on what to expect

Nigel Cassidy
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Bank of England's Super Thursday: Chief Economist of IHS on what to expect
In the lead-up to the Bank of England's decision, where it is expected to keep interest rates steady at 0.25%, a number of European central banks, including those of Norway and Switzerland, are due to deliver policy decisions. It follows the Federal Reserve, which yesterday lifted interest rates by 25 bps and flagged a faster pace of policy tightening in 2017 than previously forecast. Howard Archer, Chief European & UK Economist at IHS, joined us to discuss this Super Thursday expectations.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Howard Archer


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Nigel Cassidy

US Fed set to hike interest rates three times in 2017 - Professor Peter Rupert joined us to discuss

Nigel Cassidy
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US Fed set to hike interest rates three times in 2017 - Professor Peter Rupert joined us to discuss
The US Federal Reserve has raised interest rates for the first time in the year and the second time in a decade. The US Central Bank has also predicted further three hikes for the upcoming year. Professor Peter Rupert, Department of Economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Former Senior Economic Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank, joined Share Radio to discuss the announcement.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Peter Rupert


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