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Sarah Lowther

Russell Quirk of eMoov offers immediate reaction to Halifax's latest House Price Index

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Russell Quirk of eMoov offers immediate reaction to Halifax's latest House Price Index
Russell Quirk, CEO of eMoov, joined Share Radio Breakfast to offer immediate reaction to Halifax's latest House Price Index. The findings reveal that confidence in the UK housing market has fallen to its lowest point in three years, yet the majority still expect house prices to go up. So, what to make of the numbers, and how relevant is the index? Russell explains.
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Chris Bailey, Russell Quirk


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Sarah Lowther

“Within government, there’s uncertainty about what their perfect option is” – Dan Hodges

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

“Within government, there’s uncertainty about what their perfect option is” – Dan Hodges
Dan Hodges, Political commentator at the Mail on Sunday, joined Share Radio Breakfast to give his weekly politics round-up. Dan gives a timetable for Brexit, and looks at how the Supreme Court case will affect proceedings.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Dan Hodges


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Sarah Lowther

Could 2017 be the year of resurgent inflation?

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Could 2017 be the year of resurgent inflation?
Economists are warning that Brexit and the election of Donald Trump could cause a return to 70s style inflation. But if inflation is so bad why did central banks spend the past few years trying to get it to occur? Robert Van Egghen reports on whether we are headed back to the future.
Guests:

Robert Van Egghen, Paul Sedgwick


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Sarah Lowther

The FCA announces new spread betting rules to protect investors

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

The FCA announces new spread betting rules to protect investors
The Financial Conduct Authority has announced a set of new rules to protect investors using CFD's, after it was revealed 82% of investors lost money. According to research by Financial Orbit, there are 125,000 active CFD accounts in the UK and the average loss is £2200. So, what's in store for companies offering financial spread betting and other risky investment instruments? Matt Cox spoke to Dice McCairn, Editor and Analyst at WhichInvestmentTrust, to find out more.
Guests:

Matt Cox, Dice McCairn


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Sarah Lowther

Brexit Supreme Court case: a look back at day two of the government’s Brexit appeal case

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Brexit Supreme Court case: a look back at day two of the government’s Brexit appeal case
It’s day three of the politically sensitive appeal that will decide whether the government or parliament has legitimate authority to trigger Brexit. On Tuesday, Lord Pannick QC opened the argument on behalf of the lead claimant, Gina Miller, labelling the government’s assertion that it was entitled to use its prerogative powers to trigger Article 50 as “inherently implausible”. So, what might we expect from day three? David Mundy, Partner and Parliamentary Agent at Westminster based law firm Bircham Dyson Bell, joined Share Radio Breakfast to discuss.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, David Mundy


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Sarah Lowther

“It seems Softbank has unlimited funds, but it doesn't” – Seijiro Takeshita

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

“It seems Softbank has unlimited funds, but it doesn't” – Seijiro Takeshita
Seijiro Takeshita, Professor of Management and Information at the University of Shizuoka in Japan, joined Share Radio Breakfast to discuss the biggest stories coming out of East Asia. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is to become the first serving Japanese PM to visit Pearl Harbor - the US Naval base in Hawaii that was attacked by Japan on this day in 1941. What's the purpose of the visit? And the CEO of Japanese technology firm, Softbank, has said the company will invest £39.3bn ($50bn) in US businesses.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Dr Seijiro Takeshita


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Simon Rose

Financial journalist and author Rodney Hobson explains identity theft

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Financial journalist and author Rodney Hobson explains identity theft
As part of our series with financial journalist and author Rodney Hobson, we look at identity theft.
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Rodney Hobson


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Simon Rose

What needs to be done by organisations to better protect customers' data and money?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

What needs to be done by organisations to better protect customers' data and money?
Thousands of National Lottery players had their online accounts hacked by cyber criminals just last week. More than 100,000 people in the UK had their internet access cut after a string of service providers were hit by what is believed to be a coordinated cyber-attack. TalkTalk, one of Britain's biggest service providers, the Post Office and KCom were all affected by malware, which is spread via compromised computers. To find out what needs to be done by organisations to better protect customers' data and money, Olivia Demetriades spoke to Ryan Rubin, a managing director at Protiviti, the business management consultants.
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Ryan Rubin


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Simon Rose

Banks' failures are leaving people vulnerable to huge financial harm

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Banks' failures are leaving people vulnerable to huge financial harm
Banks' failures are leaving people vulnerable to huge financial harm. This is according to new research from The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute, which found that over 16 million people know someone else's PIN number. Sharing PINs is even more common for carers and a lack of support by the banks leaves them using risky workarounds to help those for whom they care. To find out more, Olivia Demetriades was joined by Helen Undy of the The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute and Leah Milner, a freelance journalist who lives with bipolar.
Guests:

Helen Undy, Leah Milner


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Simon Rose

Why did the Italians vote against their prime minister and what might it for the future of the EU?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Why did the Italians vote against their prime minister and what might it for the future of the EU?
It's The Bigger Picture with Rishi Patel of FTI consulting. Simon and Rishi discussed: What is the Supreme Court, what is it considering and why are news organisations having so much trouble making it interesting for the rest of us? Why did the Italians vote against their prime minister and what might it for the future of the EU? Why has Time magazine put Nigel Farage on its shortlist for Person of the Year?
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Rishi Patel


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