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Welcome to This is Money, presented in partnership with NS&I. On this episode we're seeing the quicksand deepening for savers, as another base rate cut looms, and savings rates plummet through the floor. Bad news especially those under 30, the so-called Millenials or YOLO Generation. But is it their fault they know so little about money, and have even less hope for the future? We'll also be looking at some spare change that could bring you a mint, critical illness insruance that doesn't necessarily cover you for critical illnesses, and the greatest weapon in the fight against scammers: Information.
This is Money is presented by Georgie Frost, in partnership with NS&I
Ian Forrest, Investment Research Analyst at the Share Centre, reviews this week's stock market activity with Share Radio's Juliette Foster. They discuss a tumultuous week for Sports Direct, Dixon's inability to detect any Brexit effect on sales, Ashtead's difficulty with the weak sterling, and Microfocus buys HP's software division. They also look ahead to Next and WM Morrison.
Welcome to the Business of Sport with Michael Considine. On the show this week:
Formula 1 has been bought by American entertainment media company Liberty Media. Formula 1 commentator Mark Gallagher will be joining us to give his thoughts on what the deal means for the future of the sport.
After initial concerns that there wasn't necessary funding, the 2016 Paralympics has kicked off. Aaron Bauer, Rio de Janeiro Correspondent at Around the Rings will be joining us from Rio.
And Robert Van Egghen will have Extra Time.
Investment Perspectives teams up with the FT to talk ‘Serious Money’. On this edition, Claer discusses whether London's property bubble has burst, why your pension provider wants to know about your first kiss, and whether we should all aim to die broke.
Georgie Frost is joined by Sara Benwell, Digital Editor of Pensions Insight and Engaged Investor. Today they discuss the latest allegations facing MasterCard over unlawfully high fees as well as the upcoming Autumn Statement from Chancellor Philip Hammond. Plus are major mobile phone companies dominating the airwaves to stifle competition? All these stories and more on The News Review.
New research shows that the vast majority of people would never consider a career in the construction industry, and this could lead to a future shortfall of workers, especially post-Brexit.
Naomi Chatterley from leading European specialist supplier to construction SIG Distribution discussed what this research means for the UK.
MPs on the Energy and Climate Change Committee have warned the Government that, on its current course, the UK will fail to achieve its 2020 renewable energy target: to provide for 15% of its energy needs from renewable sources.
Morning Money spoke to Bruce Davis, joint MD of green investment company Abundance, to find out more.
It's time for another one of our weekly book reviews. Today Share Radio's Ed Bowsher was joined by American entrepreneur Terri Sjodin, author of 'Scrappy' - a little book about choosing to play big. It tells the stories of extraordinary people who play scrappy in order to attain elusive goals - from a Girl Scout who sold 117 boxes of cookies in 2 hours outside a medical marijuana dispensary to the founder of the Rainforest Cafe restaurant chain. Tune in to see how such a fighting spirit can allow you to attain your goals faster and easier.