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Simon Rose

Gadgets and Gizmos - Episode 89

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Gadgets and Gizmos - Episode 89
Gadgets and Gizmos with Share Radio's technology editor Steve Caplin.
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Steve Caplin


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Simon Rose

John Phelan chief economist at Agrimoney discusses Trump and Hilary’s economic policies.

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

John Phelan chief economist at Agrimoney discusses Trump and Hilary’s economic policies.
Simon Rose was joined by John Phelan chief economist at Agrimoney to discuss Trump and Hilary’s economic policies. Trump seems to view trade as a zero sum game, a fight with winners and losers. He talks of the all the money the US supposedly 'loses' to China or wherever. What he fails to mention is the goods and services China 'loses' to the US in return for these bits of paper. Hilary thinks all government spending is investment and believes in myths like the minimum wage and the gender pay gap.

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Simon Rose

Employment outlook continues to grow in the UK but at a slower pace and real wages look likely to fall amid continued Brexit uncertainty

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Employment outlook continues to grow in the UK but at a slower pace and real wages look likely to fall amid continued Brexit uncertainty
Employment outlook continues to grow in the UK but at a slower pace and real wages look likely to fall amid continued Brexit uncertainty That's according to the CIPD/Adecco Group Labour Market Outlook report which highlights finds that employers don't want and aren't ready for a hard Brexit To find out more about this I'm now joined by Gerwyn Davies, Labour Market Analyst at the CIPD

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Simon Rose

Research shows that 30% of people admit to being victims of bullying in the workplace- according to byrne·dean training

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Research shows that 30% of people admit to being victims of bullying in the workplace- according to byrne·dean training
Today is the start of Anti-Bullying Week which aims to shine a spotlight on bullying and encourage people to take action against bullying throughout the year. And it's not just an issue for the playground. Research shows that 30% of people admit to being victims of bullying in the workplace. To find out more about this Jinan Rahma spoke to Victoria Lewis - Chief Executive byrne·dean training and started by asking what counts as bullying in the workplace.

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Simon Rose

The number of people visiting our high streets and shopping centres has fallen for the second month in a row: BRC-Springboard Footfall and Vacancies Monitor

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The number of people visiting our high streets and shopping centres has fallen for the second month in a row: BRC-Springboard Footfall and Vacancies Monitor
The number of people visiting our high streets and shopping centres has fallen for the second month in a row. Overall, retail footfall in October was 0.4% lower compared to the same time a year ago, but it was still better than September's fall of 0.9%. This is according to the latest BRC-Springboard Footfall and Vacancies Monitor, which found that customer traffic in shopping centres fell for the ninth consecutive month. Despite this, the 1.8% drop signalled an improvement on September's 2.5% drop. To discuss the findings in more detail, Simon Rose spoke to Diane Wehrle, Marketing and Insights Director at Springboard

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Simon Rose

Why is UK business optimism at its weakest in over four years?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Why is UK business optimism at its weakest in over four years?
Optimism among UK companies has dipped to its lowest in over four years. This is according to the latest Markit Business Outlook survey. Furthermore, worldwide business confidence fell to its lowest level in over six years due to growing political uncertainty, enhancing worries of the potential impact of Brexit on the UK economy. Chris Williamson, IHS Markit's chief economist, spoke to Simon to discuss the survey in more detail.

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Ed Bowsher

"It'll be a long time before iPhones are made in the US" - Walter Price on Trump, trade, and his technology trust

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

"It'll be a long time before iPhones are made in the US" - Walter Price on Trump, trade, and his technology trust
Share Radio's Ed Bowsher spoke to top technology fund manager Walter Price, Head of Allianz Technology Trust. He's based in San Francisco - but joined Ed in the studio to give his thoughts on the US election, Trump tariffs, and the investment approach of his trust.

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Ed Bowsher

Crowdfunders: Swings and roundabouts

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Crowdfunders on

Crowdfunders: Swings and roundabouts
Crowdfunders is our weekly look at what's hot and what's not in the crowdfunding and peer-to-peer space, examining the latest news and developments in the fast growing world of alternative finance. Your host is Ed Bowsher, and on today's show he'll investigate crowdfunding that supports community projects such as swimming pools or playgrounds, as well looking at new data from Altfi showing how equity crowdfunding projects have performed since the sector's creation in 2011. Enjoyed Crowdfunders? You should try the Investment Trust Show, Share Radio’s examination of the world of investment trusts: https://audioboom.com/channel/shareradio-investmenttrustshow

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Sue Dougan

Phil Jones from Brother UK explains how a messy desk could prevent a promotion

Sue Dougan
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Phil Jones from Brother UK explains how a messy desk could prevent a promotion
How messy is your desk? If it is covered it clutter, then it could be standing in the way of a promotion. A study has found almost a third of people admit to having a packed workspace. Almost one in ten bosses say they'd think twice before promoting an employee who had an untidy desk. For more on this, Sue Dougan was joined on the line by Phil Jones from office supplier Brother UK.
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Phil Jones


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Nigel Cassidy

Will President Trump gamble with banking regulations?

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast on

Will President Trump gamble with banking regulations?
Part of President Obama's legacy were rules to curb the excesses of investment banks on wall street - the Dodd-Frank Act, a United States federal law that places regulation of the financial industry in the hands of the government. Some would like to see the brakes off, though more commentators have voiced concerns after President-elect Donald Trump announced he hopes to enact reforms when he enters office in the New Year. They fear changes could herald the return of casino banks engaging in risky financial behaviour. Share Radio's Matt Cox spoke to Colin Cieszynski, Chief Analyst at CMS Markets and Philip Alexander, Editor at Risk.net.
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Matt Cox, Philip Alexander, Colin Cieszynski


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