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M&S pulls advertising from Google, Vodafone in $23bn Indian merger and more

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M&S pulls advertising from Google, Vodafone in $23bn Indian merger and more
Marks & Spencer has joined a growing list of companies pulling ads from Google, after reports they'd appeared alongside inappropriate content on Youtube. Plus Vodafone India to merge with Idea Cellular in a major deal, Finsbury Food signs up Mary Berry and more of the day's key company news. Ken Odeluga, market analyst at City Index, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher for more analysis.
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Ken Odeluga


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Sterling still vulnerable for future losses

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Share Radio Afternoon

 Sterling still vulnerable for future losses
As the Prime Minister confirmed Article 50 would be triggered on March 29, how have markets responded? For analysis of this key move, Jane Foley, head of FX Strategy at Rabobank, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher.
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Jane Foley


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Ex-Barclays boss Bob Diamond bids for stockbroker Panmure Gordon

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Ex-Barclays boss Bob Diamond bids for stockbroker Panmure Gordon
Panmure Gordon shares spiked 64% following news of former Barclays chief Bob Diamond's bid, a joint venture with a Qatari firm, QInvest. Plus housebuilder Berkeley Group sees shares rise on good results and Tullow Oil prepares a £600 million rights issue. Craig Erlam, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to talk all of the day's company news.
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Craig Erlam


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UK house prices at most unaffordable levels ever

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UK house prices at most unaffordable levels ever
Despite some signs of a slowdown, UK house prices have hit their most unaffordable levels ever, according to the Office for National Statistics. But is this a good sign for the economy? Plus the gig economy, should the government step in? For this and more economic news, Share Radio's Ed Bowsher spoke to Michael Bell, Global Market Strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
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Michael Bell


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'Delaying the Scottish referendum is not in UK's interest', says Prof John Curtice

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'Delaying the Scottish referendum is not in UK's interest', says Prof John Curtice
Nicola Sturgeon's plan for a second Scottish independence referendum for 2018 was rejected by Theresa May who said "now is not the time". To find out whether the Scottish will vote for independence, Share Radio's Alexi Phillips spoke with Professor John Curtice from the University of Strathclyde.
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John Curtice


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Trump administration 'has cornered itself'

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Trump administration 'has cornered itself'
GCHQ has strongly dismissed claims from the Trump administration that President Obama used British spies to "wiretap" Donald Trump during the last election. Scott Lucas, Professor of American studies at the University of Birmingham and Founder of the EA Worldview blog joined us to discuss.
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Prof Scott Lucas


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Will Osborne use the Evening Standard to attack Theresa May?

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Will Osborne use the Evening Standard to attack Theresa May?
Former Chancellor George Osborne has just been appointed as the new Editor of the Evening Standard. Osborne is expected to take up his role in May while still remaining the MP for Tatton. Plus, Nicola Sturgeon said May's rejection of a second Scottish referendum is 'completely outrageous and unacceptable'. Asa Bennett, Assistant Comment Editor at the Telegraph, joined us to discuss the latest political news.
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Asa Bennett


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Will there be a George Osborne 'bump' for the Evening Standard?

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Will there be a George Osborne 'bump' for the Evening Standard?
George Osborne has been appointed as Editor of the London Evening Standard - and says he plans to retain his seat in Tatton. But will he be able to do the job with little journalistic experience? Ian Murray, ex-president of the Society of Editors and former Editor in Chief of the Southern Daily Echo, gave us his take.
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Ian Murray


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MoneyWeek with Merryn Somerset Webb: How to really invest in e-commerce

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MoneyWeek with Merryn Somerset Webb: How to really invest in e-commerce
On this week's magazine, a look on how to really invest in e-commerce. Plus, a reflection on the SNP's demand for a second Scottish independence referendum and what Theresa May's approach will be. Finally, a briefing on WTO terms and what would happen if the UK didn't reach a trade deal with the EU.
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Merryn Somerset Webb


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Two Fed rate hikes 'most likely' outcome - says Gregory Daco

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Two Fed rate hikes 'most likely' outcome - says Gregory Daco
The US Federal Reserve increased its interest rate by 0.25 percentage points last night, that's the third time in a decade. The Fed seemed to be guiding markets not to expect three more rate rises this year. Gregory Daco, Chief US Economist at Oxford Economics joined us to discuss.
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Gregory Daco


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