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Ed Bowsher

Falling pound a 'double-edged sword' for UK industries

Ed Bowsher
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Share Radio Afternoon

Falling pound a 'double-edged sword' for UK industries
UK industrial and manufacturing production has fallen in January - what impact is Brexit and the fall in Sterling really having on the economy? Plus analysis on key US jobs data and more of the day's big economic stories with Viktor Nossek, director of research at WisdomTree Europe.
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Viktor Nossek


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Ed Bowsher

BT cuts Openreach loose and shares rise, Esure and Wetherspoons results

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

BT cuts Openreach loose and shares rise, Esure and Wetherspoons results
Shares in BT are up 5 percent as the company ends two years of wrangling over the future of its OpenReach division. Plus insurer Esure shares jump on positive news and Wetherspoons chairman rails against the budget. For all of the day's need-to-know company stories, Share Radio's Ed Bowsher spoke with Craig Erlam from OANDA.
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Craig Erlam


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Nigel Cassidy

Samsung boss on trial in bribery scandal

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast on

Samsung boss on trial in bribery scandal
The boss of Samsung, Lee Jae-yong, is engulfed in a massive bribery scandal that's threatening to put him in jail. The case is also linked to the huge scandal that led to the impeachment of South Korea's President Park Geun-hye. Shares in South Korea rose 0.4% in Friday's session after the country's Constitutional Court upheld parliament's impeachment of the President. James Brydges reports.
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James Brydges


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Ed Bowsher

Will Theresa May endorse another Scottish referendum in late 2018?

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Will Theresa May endorse another Scottish referendum in late 2018?
Government ministers have revealed a Scottish Referendum is now looking "inevitable". Nicola Sturgeon previously said another vote "makes common sense" and her party would be ready to hold it in late 2018. We spoke to our Scottish correspondent Maurice Smith to find out more.
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Maurice Smith


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Ed Bowsher

Hammond's tax move on self-employed was the 'wrong idea' - Telegraph's Asa Bennett

Ed Bowsher
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Share Radio Afternoon

Hammond's tax move on self-employed was the 'wrong idea' - Telegraph's Asa Bennett
Philip Hammond's plan to increase national insurance on the self-employed has sparked a rebellion amongst many Tory MPs. The Chancellor argues that the move is "fair" and "necessary".
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Asa Bennett


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Ed Bowsher

Share Radio catches up with Volition's CEO Cameron Reynolds

Ed Bowsher
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Share Radio catches up with Volition's CEO Cameron Reynolds
Cancer diagnostics company Volition announced its results today, and the company confirmed it made significant progress in 2016. The company’s Nu.Q test for Colorectal cancer won a ‘CE mark’ last year which proved that the test was accurate. A final logistics trial for the test is now underway in Denmark and Volition should start generating revenue for the first time this year. Cameron Reynolds, Volition’s CEO, explained to Ed Bowsher what else can we expect from the firm this year, especially as the company now expands outside Europe.
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Cameron Reynolds


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Georgie Frost

Lego reports its highest revenues in its 85-year history. Can it continue though? All this and more on the News Review

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Lego reports its highest revenues in its 85-year history. Can it continue though? All this and more on the News Review
Georgie Frost was joined by Rachel Springall, personal finance expert at moneyfacts.co.uk this morning. Today on the agenda, they discussed why BT has agreed to legally separate from its Openreach division. Plus they look into how Lego has recorded its highest revenues in its 85-year history. . All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Rachel Springall


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Georgie Frost

How did EU leaders treat the PM in her supposed last EU leaders summit?

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

How did EU leaders treat the PM in her supposed last EU leaders summit?
To go through all the political headlines this morning with Georgie Frost was Ryan Heath, Senior EU Correspondent at POLITICO starting with the EU Leaders Summit. Theresa May was there and came to the defence of her Chancellor in a speech at the Summit. She has delayed the introduction of controversial National Insurance rises which has caused quite a stir over here. This was supposed to be the PM's last Summit before the triggering of Article 50. How is she treated among European leaders knowing she won't be there long term?
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Ryan Heath


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Georgie Frost

BT strikes a deal with Ofcom to legally separate Openreach

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

BT strikes a deal with Ofcom to legally separate Openreach
Joining Georgie Frost to discuss the latest market headlines was Share Radio's very own Nigel Cassidy starting with Lego. Their success has been quite remarkable. But the big market story of the morning is BT and Ofcom. They've reached an agreement on future governance of Openreach. Nigel explains what has been decided.
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Nigel Cassidy


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Nigel Cassidy

How homeowners can earn more from their house value than their net earnings

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

How homeowners can earn more from their house value than their net earnings
New research conducted by Halifax has found that 'homeowners in one in three UK areas earn more from bricks and mortar than the day job'. Halifax suggests that average house prices have increased by more than the total average of employees' net earnings. So what impact does this have on homeowners and potential buyers? Martin Ellis, housing economist at Halifax joined Nigel Cassidy to give his analysis.
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Martin Ellis


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