Georgie Frost is joined on the line by Hannah Maundrell, editor of money.co.uk. Today they discuss an investigation which has found Royal Mail has been responsible for delivering fraud letters as well as the news mobile phone companies are scrapping charges for switching networks. Plus how homeowners cashing in on Airbnb could be breaching their leases. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Blockchain technology seems to be the prize many financial institutions are chasing, but why?
From big banks to Fintech startups, creating a mainstream blockchain technology is the goal. The Blockchain Summit held in London today is a further testament to this, where delegates will discuss the next steps and long term impacts.
So what's standing in the way of this technology serving the public, and do we really need it?
To find out more, Matt Cox spoke to Garrick Hileman, a monetary innovation researcher and Economic Historian at the University of Cambridge and London School of Economics.
Talk property and tech and we tend to think of perhaps being able to sell a house via an online company, but tech is changing the entire property management landscape. For example, think smart buildings, highly connected spaces you can live and work in which could allow for better management of property.
Tom Carroll, is head of EMEA corporate research at JLL, who are about to publish a major report on how technology can and is transforming real estate. He joined Share Radio to discuss the moves in this sector.
Since the vote to leave the European Union the value of the pound has fallen dramatically with some options traders speculating it may reach parity with the dollar by the end of the year.
The fall has been taken by many to be an indication of the economic damage Brexit may cause to the UK economy. But rewind to ten months ago and the consensus among analysts seemed to be that the pound was actually rather overvalued, hurting Britain's competitiveness. So is a fall in the value of sterling such a bad thing after all?
Robert Van Egghen takes a look.
As the Bank of England investigates what caused the sudden "flash crash" of Sterling on Friday, plunging 6% in value in two minutes, many are pointing fingers to algorithmic traders.
These so-called robotic automated systems have been on the rise - and now there are concerns surrounding oversight, and how to stop these crashes happening again.
Matt Cox spoke to Ken Odeluga, a Market Analyst at City Index to find out more about algorithmic traders.
The Entrepreneur Show takes a look at interesting businesses and talks to the people behind them. Whether you already run your own business or are thinking about taking the plunge, we'll bring you everything you need to guide your business from concept to success.
Investment Perspectives teams up with the FT to talk ‘Serious Money’ - the personal finance and investment highlights of her FT Money section. On this edition, Claer and Share Radio's Steve Clarke discuss a modest proposal for final salary pension schemes, what sterling's flash crash will mean for your pensions, and a broker says fund managers should be forced to pass on smaller costs.
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. On today's show:
Stamford Bridge has played host to the Leaders Sport Business Summit this week with the great and the good of world football attending. Michael will be rounding up the news and gossip from a busy few days. Graeme Howlett, Editor of the West Ham Fanzine 'Knees up Mother Brown', will be discussing the issues the club have faced since moving to the Olympic Stadium. And former England and British & Irish Lions scrumhalf Matt Dawson will be joining Michael to look at the state of world rugby.
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Helal Miah, 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 Tescos, Easyjet, and Topps Tiles from this week, as well as looking ahead to Marstons, Mondi, Unilever, Sky.