George Magnus, Senior Economic Adviser to UBS, joined Share Radio to talk about the US Election result. And his message is: brace yourselves! After the initial sell off, the trading world's reaction to the election of Donald Trump has been far from the market bloodbath many forecast. But George says the liberal global order represented by US-led institutions such as the UN, the IMF, the World Bank and the World Trade Organisation is hanging in the balance.
Calls for South Korean president Park Geun-Hye to quit are growing. Mrs Park is accused of being part of a shadowy cult to which she passed classified information forcing major conglomerates to funnel billions of won to foundations run by her friend and former aide. The allegations have come at a bad time for Asia's fourth largest economy which is trying to reassure investors that growth remains on track following a slump in exports. Robert Van Egghen reports.
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by financial journalist Vix Leytonr. On the agenda today, they discuss the big story from America. Donald Trump has beaten Hilary Clinton to become the 45 President. But how that impacted the markets? Georgie and Vix mull over the affects on the global economy and markets. Elsewhere, today is equal pay day, which marks the time women are effectively working for free because of earning less on average than men. And banks are going to offer more help to elderly and vulnerable customers. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Professor Peter Rupert, Department of Economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, & former Senior Economic Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank, joined Share Radio to discuss economic surprises, moves, and events on Trump's first day as President-elect.
Donald trump has shocked everyone and become the 45th President of the US. He defeated favourite Hilary Clinton by winning states such as Florida and Ohio. But how will his victory affect us in the UK? And what about the global stocks and markets? Our man on the ground in Florida and political correspondent Colin Bloom joins senior analyst Ed Bowsher in the studio with Sue.
Sue Dougan is joined in the studio by Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher. On the agenda today, they discuss the big story from America. Donald Trump has beaten Hilary Clinton to become the 45 President. But how that impacted the markets? Ed and Sue mull over the affects on the global economy and stocks and shares. Elsewhere, Tesco Bank has finally repaid £2.5 million which had been stolen from 9,000 hacked accounts. Plus, the number of households switching their energy supplier hit a three-year high in October. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Now that Donald Trump has won the presidential election, who is the man that will be running one of the most powerful nations on Earth? Matt Cox takes a retrospective look at Trump's life and career, and what this means moving forward.
The odds of a December interest rate hike in the US have diminished. The FOMC had signalled it expected to raise rates by the year end, but while the markets were confident of an increase, the markets are now not. Professor Peter Rupert, Department of Economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara & former Senior Economic Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank, joined Share Radio to discuss.
Where Ohio falls, the US follows. Ohio has chosen every president since 1974, but this election is bucking every trend. So is Trump's expected 'victory' that unexpected, as elections around the world reveal the populous are voting against the establishment? For more we're joined by Share Radio’s Colin Bloom from Florida.
This US election campaign has been unlike any other, and the result is too close to call. But how will this election change the shape of future campaigns? To find out more, US political historian Professor Jonathan Bell, Director of the Institute of the Americas at University College London, joined Share Radio to look at the kind of precedent the last 18 months has set in terms of campaign procedure.
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