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Glen Goodman

Share Politics: Putting one's housing in order

Glen Goodman
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Share Politics: Putting one's housing in order
There have been more long nights in Westminster as MPs continue to debate the Bill which would let the Prime Minister trigger Britain's exit from the EU. Whilst the Commons gave an initial thumbs up to the Bill last week, this week is the Committee stage, giving opposition a chance to park their tanks on the Government's lawn. A litany of amendments have been proposed by Labour and the SNP and, though most have been shot down, earlier this afternoon the Government promised MPs they'd get a vote on the final deal. Meanwhile, Sajid Javid has described the British housing market as 'broken' as he unveils the Government's housing White Paper. A 3-billion pound fund will be set up to help small firms build 25-thousand new homes in England by 2020. For all this and more, Share Radio's Glen Goodman was joined by Laura Sainsbury of FTI Consulting, Lord John Shipley, the Liberal Democrat's Shadow Housing Minister, and Adam Bienkov, UK Political Editor at BusinessInsider.

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Glen Goodman

Market Wrap: A mixed currency bag, oil price boosts BP, & Aldi one-ups Co-op

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Market Wrap: A mixed currency bag, oil price boosts BP, & Aldi one-ups Co-op
Share Radio's Glen Goodman brings you Market Wrap, a roundup of what's been happening in the businesses of Britain and the world. To help put the day's events in context, Glen was joined by Chris Bailey, founder of the investment research and consultancy service, Financial Orbit. On today's show: It's been a mixed day on the currency markets, higher oil prices and cost-cutting measures have resulted in BP doubling its profits in the last three months of last year, and Aldi has overtaken the Co-operative as Britain's fifth biggest supermarket.

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Glen Goodman

How are UK investors viewing the US markets under President Trump?

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

How are UK investors viewing the US markets under President Trump?
Are UK investors still keen in stocks over the Atlantic now that Donald Trump has taken position as US President? Share Radio's Michael Considine put the question to Kully Samra, Managing Director at Charles Schwab when they caught up earlier.
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Michael Considine, Kully Samra


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Glen Goodman

Emerging Opportunities: Adapting to Trump's diplomacy

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Emerging Opportunities: Adapting to Trump's diplomacy
It's time once again for Emerging Opportunities the only show on your radio dedicated to global emerging markets. Share Radio's Glen Goodman is joined by Gavin Serkin, Managing Editor of the Frontier Funds Consultancy and the author of 'Frontier: Exploring the Top Ten Emerging Markets of Tomorrow' On today's edition: Well, it's hard to know where to start. In two weeks President Trump has been abandoning key trade agreements, threatening trade wars from China to Mexico, while cosying on the phone with Vladimir Putin - hours later, pro-Russian forces are fighting the army in Ukraine. Trump also attempted to block all visits to the US for any nationals from a group seven Muslim countries, blowing away all hope for Iran - one of the seven - breaking free from decades of sanctions, as he declared Iran the world's No. 1 terrorist state. So, how to make sense of the impact from all of that on the rest of the world? Fortunately Gavin & Glen were joined in the studio by one of the most experienced and successful of emerging market investors, the co-founder of Ashmore and founder of New Sparta, and the author of "Emerging Markets in an Upside Down World," Dr. Jerome Booth.

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Glen Goodman

Making merry with ISA strategies

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Making merry with ISA strategies
Choosing a strategy for your hard-earned pounds can be a tough decision. In this week's magazine review, our guests tackled ISA investment styles, following a piece by Money Observer's deputy editor Kyle Caldwell. Share Radio's Peta Fuller reports.

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Glen Goodman

Why are tech companies so valuable? Matt Cox reports.

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Why are tech companies so valuable? Matt Cox reports.
Snap Inc - the owner of Snapchat - has caused quite a stir after the company has been valued at up to $25bil in an IPO filing. Snap is aiming to raise around $3bil in an initial public offering, expected in March. It would make it one of the largest US tech IPOs in years, but some disagree with the valuation. Indeed, Snap Inc said it "may never achieve or maintain profitability"; so why are tech companies so valuable, and have such investor appeal? Share Radio's Matt Cox put the question to Adrian Lowcock, Investment Director at Architas.
Guests:

Matt Cox, Adrian Lowcock


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Glen Goodman

Fund Manager Focus: Trump signals Big Pharma shake-up - with Ketan Patel of EdenTree

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Fund Manager Focus: Trump signals Big Pharma shake-up - with Ketan Patel of EdenTree
The pharmaceutical industry is set for a major regulatory overhaul in the United States. President Trump has signalled that he intends to sweep away most of the Food and Drug Administration's regulations. This could be exciting news for investors in pharmaceutical companies, but critics worry that the removal of some regulations could put consumers and patients at risk. To discuss the issue in more detail, Share Radio's Glen Goodman was joined by Ketan Patel, Fund Manager, EdenTree Investment Management.

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Simon Rose

Tax burden to hit highest level for 30 years

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Tax burden to hit highest level for 30 years
The UK's tax burden is set to rise to its highest level for over thirty years, despite the longest and deepest cut in public service spending. That's according to the think tank, the Institute for Fiscal Studies. It says the austerity regime of tax rises and spending cuts will continue into the 2020s - after the Chancellor scrapped a target of balancing the books by 2019. Share Radio's Olivia Demetriades spoke to Carl Emmerson, Deputy Director of the IFS.
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Carl Emmerson


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Sarah Lowther

Trump to dismantle key US banking regulation

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Trump to dismantle key US banking regulation
Donald Trump is set to remove laws passed following the financial crisis, one of his latest edicts via executive order. Share Radio's James Brydges spoke to Philip Alexander, regulation editor at risk.net, for more on what the removal of the Dodd-Frank laws mean.
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Philip Alexander


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Sarah Lowther

First post-Brexit house price dip

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

First post-Brexit house price dip
House prices have dropped slightly in January according to Halifax's house price survey - the first dip since Brexit. For more on the story and its economic impact Martin Ellis, Halifax housing economist, joined Share Radio's Sarah Lowther.
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Martin Ellis


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