A global agreement to combat climate change has been forged, in a deal which will formally start on November 4. Ahead of the US presidential election, Donald Trump opposes the accord whilst Hillary Clinton strongly supports it, but what does it mean for business? Paul Simpson, CEO of environmental non-governmental organisation CDP, explained.
The latest US non-farm payroll figures are released later. With a looming presidential election and uncertainty in some global markets, what will the figures reveal, and what impact will it have on the UK and a weak Sterling? Matt Cox spoke to Michael Hewson, Chief Market Analyst at CMC Markets, to find out more.
It's another edition of our weekly programme The Investment Trust Show - brought to you in association with Henderson Global Investors. Each week we explore the main features, factors and developments affecting investment trusts at the moment.
This week, we're looking at contrarian investing.
Joining Share Radio's Ed Bowsher the studio is James Henderson, Manager of the Henderson Opportunities Trust, the Lowland Investment Trust, and the Law Debenture trust, and also Dice McCairn, Editor of Which Investment Trust.com.
How much pocket money should children get? We're hearing the average is £7.55 for 8 to 11 year-olds and £9.01 for 12 to 16 year-olds. But when should children start getting money and how can it be used to teach them about finance?
Reuters revealed that tech company Yahoo had secretly scanned millions of its users' email accounts on behalf of the US government, the first case to surface of a U.S. Internet company agreeing to a request to searching all arriving messages, as opposed to examining stored messages. The latest allegations come less than two weeks after Yahoo said hackers had stolen millions of users' data. To understand the reasons behind this compliance with the US government and the consequences for Yahoo, Matt Cox spoke to Oliver Smith, senior tech reporter at The Memo.
Telecoms group TalkTalk has been slapped with a record £400,000 fine by the Information Commissioner’s Office because of a cyber attack last year. The ICO found that “security failings” allowed a cyber attacker to access customer data “with ease”. To discuss the implications for TalkTalk, Share Radio was joined by Dave Millett, Founder and Managing Director of telecoms broker Equinox.
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Kevin Pratt, web editor at MoneySuperMarket.com. Today they discuss today's ruling on fracking as well as the Bank of England's latest admission it was too pessimistic about the impact of the Brexit referendum vote. Plus the news alcohol is now so cheap it's possible to buy 13 pints for the price of a cinema ticket. All these stories and more on The News Review.