Georgie Frost was joined by Nigel Cassidy this morning for the latest market headlines starting with company announcements from Primark owner, Associated British Foods and luxury brand Burberry revealing a rise in UK sales. And Tesco is selling its optician business to Vision Express.
Georgie Frost checked in with the UK Money blogger community fresh from their Monday Twitter chat. Last night they looked at the different stages of bringing up a child, after research revealed raising a child to 21-years-of-age will cost £200,000. Laura Light joins to talk more. Her site is : savings4savvymums.co.uk
Today on the agenda, Georgie Frost and Sara Benwell, Consumer Editor at Good Housekeeping discussed one in five nurseries warned they would not partake in giving parents 30 hours of free childcare. Plus they look into grandparents passing on 400-billion pounds in wealth to younger generations. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Donald Trump's warning North Korea it has 'gotta behave'. His deputy Mike Pence is in the region for talks on what he's calling "the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula". And Trump has called President Erdogan to congratulate his Turkish counterpart on his narrow referendum win. Sunday's result gives him extra powers and weakens the role of parliament.
Georgie Frost was joined this morning by Nigel Cassidy to speaking on the latest market headlines, starting with that major company announcement this morning from Weetabix. Plus we hear from Lloyds Banking Group also making the headlines.
This week we're looking at the details of gender pay gap reporting, which comes in from this April and applies to employers with over 250 employees. And also hear about the recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case involving a nurse that was sacked because her employer (NHS trust) could not discover her true identity.
Today on the agenda, Juliette Foster and Russell Quirk of Emoov discussed Britain's "stagnant" housing market showing the number of properties for sale hitting new record lows. Plus they look into vinyl music is enjoying a major revival as music buffs shun digital downloads and dust off their old-fashioned turntables instead. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Its been a bad week for the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson after his failure to have further sanctions imposed on Russia - was he out of his depth? How will Johnson's failure reflect on Theresa May? She appointed him into a job that some claim he wasn't capable of carrying out. To answer more on this, Juliette Foster spoke to Josh Lowe of Newsweek.
Joining Juliette Foster to discuss the latest market headlines was Nigel Cassidy, starting with Imperial Leather soap firm PZ Cussons and Hays - the leading British company providing recruitment and human resources services - announcing their results. Plus Nigel touches on the latest RICS Residential Market Survey this morning, revealing what the survey found.
Shares in manufacturers Bombardier and Siemens have jumped on reports they are in talks about merging their train-making businesses. Bombardier's shares rose nearly 7% while Siemens' shares hit a record high before easing back. Talks between Bombardier, a major supplier of London Underground trains, and Siemens started earlier this year, according to media reports.