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Simon Rose

What makes CiaoDate different from other dating apps? Entrepreneur Alex Ziff talking about his new dating app

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

What makes CiaoDate different from other dating apps?  Entrepreneur Alex Ziff talking about his new dating app
Every week on The Entrepreneur Show we speak to the interesting people behind businesses. This week it's the turn of Alex Ziff, who is inventor of a dating app called CiaoDate.
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Alex Ziff


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Robyn Dwyer

How popular has value investing been this year?

Robyn Dwyer
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

How popular has value investing been this year?
Different styles of investors choose where to put their money for different reasons. Growth investor try to find companies which they think will grow faster than the rest of the stock market, while value investors opt for solid companies which are expected to perform solidly rather than spectacularly over the longer-term. Momentum investors try to cash in on market trends by buying or selling investments as they come in to and go out of fashion. Despite the volatility seen in the last 12 months, 2016 looks to be the year of the value investor, with record levels of investor money flowing in to this investment style. Robyn Dwyer was joined by Simon Colvin, analyst at IHS Markit.
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Simon Colvin


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Steve Clarke

Serious Money: Will regulation trip up Airbnb?

Steve Clarke
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Serious Money: Will regulation trip up Airbnb?
Share Radio teams up with Claer Barrett, personal finance editor of the Financial Times, for Serious Money. On this edition, she was joined by Share Radio's Steve Clarke to preview the pages of the Financial Times' weekend money supplement. Discussed: The FCA say that spread betting is for gamblers not investors, particularly on the so called Contracts for Difference, and Air BnB curbs spell trouble for landlords.

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Robyn Dwyer

ICAEW's forecast for economic growth in 2016 has been modestly upgraded from 1.8% to 2%.

Robyn Dwyer
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

ICAEW's forecast for economic growth in 2016 has been modestly upgraded from 1.8% to 2%.
Businesses are waiting to find out more about what the trading environment might look after the UK leaves the EU before committing themselves to investing. That's according to the latest quarterly economic barometer from The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Despite this, the ICAEW's forecast for economic growth in 2016 has been modestly upgraded from 1.8% to 2%. To find out more about this Robyn Dwyer Stephen Ibbotson, ICAEW Director of Business,
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Stephen Ibbotson


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Steve Clarke

The Share Centre: Ian Forrest reviews this week's market activity - Ashtead, TUI, & more

Steve Clarke
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

The Share Centre: Ian Forrest reviews this week's market activity -  Ashtead, TUI, & more
Ian Forrest, Investment Research Analyst at the Share Centre, reviews this week's stock market activity with Share Radio's Steve Clarke. They take a look back at Ashtead Group plc., TUI and the new regulations the FCA are planning to impose on spread betting and crowdfunding. They also look ahead to Dixons Carphone and Centrica.

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Steve Clarke

The Magazine Review: Featuring Brian Caplen and Oruj Defoite

Steve Clarke
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

The Magazine Review: Featuring Brian Caplen and Oruj Defoite
This is The Magazine Review, Share Radio's look at the top political and financial stories of the week under the forensic eye of expert guests. Today's brains are Brian Caplen, editor of The Banker, and Oruj Defoite, Director & Senior Media Consultant and broadcast journalist.

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Michael Considine

The Business of Sport: Taking it to the street

Michael Considine
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

The Business of Sport: Taking it to the street
This is The Business of Sport with Share Radio's Michael Considine. Each week he provides you with the inside track on the world of sport. This week Michael was joined in the studio by Chris Hornbuckle, founder of World Street Soccer Championships, and Simon Burton, co-founder of the Football Business Awards, who revealed some exciting news. Part of the discussion: does the traditional legacy of sport need to adapt? And of course, Joe Aldridge has Extra Time.

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Juliette Foster

Roundup of this week's Article 50 appeal - with Greg Callus

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Roundup of this week's Article 50 appeal - with Greg Callus
The Supreme Court has wrapped up proceedings after a week of hearing the Government's Article 50 appeal and they've said they'll be giving a decision relatively quickly - at least in legal terms. So where are we now? Joining Share Radio's Steve Clarke on the line was Greg Callus, Barrister at 5RB, to give his insight into which way he thinks the ruling could go.

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Juliette Foster

Davis on Smexit, markets mull ECB, & more - with Jonathan Loynes

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Davis on Smexit, markets mull ECB, & more - with Jonathan Loynes
The Government's appeal over the triggering of Article 50 has drawn to a close. After week of closely-watched legal sparring, it is now up to the Supreme Court as to whether May can pull the UK out of the EU without parliamentary approval. Brexit is not the dish of the day over on the continent, however - European investors are instead tucking in to yesterday's policy decision from the European Central Bank. Draghi announced a trim to his quantitative easing programme, insisting the move isn't a taper à la the Fed's 2013 wind down. Back then, markets balked at the idea that the QE taps were being turned off. Are investors convinced this time is different? For this story and others shaping global markets today, Share Radio's Steve Clarke was joined in the studio by Jonathan Loynes, Chief Economist at Capital Economics.

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Georgie Frost

This is Money: Railmaggedon

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This is Money: Railmaggedon
Welcome to the This is Money and Share Radio podcast, brought to you in partnership with NS&I. Are we seeing the end of an era for ultra cheap mortgages? HSBC is withdrawing its record low 0.99% deal which could usher in a new wave of price hikes. It’s not just mortgages undergoing price hikes though. Rail fares are set to rise 2.3% whilst growing commuter dissatisfaction with poor service has prompted Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to devise a new plan for better management. In the end though train times might be the last of our problems as we hear about one financial expert predicting major financial Armageddon just around the corner. Could we be in for the worst crisis yet? And what can people do to prepare? Gold is being tipped as a favourite but certainly not spread betting which is currently undergoing a crackdown. Georgie Frost is joined by Personal Finance Editor Rachel Rickard Straus and Consumer Affairs Editor Lee Boyce to find out more about this potential money meltdown. Also this week we take a look at Money Mail’s annual Wooden Spoon Awards and see which of Britain’s shambolic businesses have made it onto the shortlist.
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Lee Boyce, Rachel Rickard-Straus


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