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Nigel Cassidy

Share Radio Breakfast: What might the Post-Trump US economy start to look like next year?

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Share Radio Breakfast: What might the Post-Trump US economy start to look like next year?
George Magnus, Senior Economic Adviser to UBS, joined Share Radio to talk about the US Election result. And his message is: brace yourselves! After the initial sell off, the trading world's reaction to the election of Donald Trump has been far from the market bloodbath many forecast. But George says the liberal global order represented by US-led institutions such as the UN, the IMF, the World Bank and the World Trade Organisation is hanging in the balance.
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Sara Sjölin, George Magnus


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Nigel Cassidy

Share Radio Breakfast: Introducing the new Lord Mayor of London, Andrew Parmley

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Share Radio Breakfast: Introducing the new Lord Mayor of London, Andrew Parmley
Donald Trump may be about to become the 45th president of the US, but there have been many more Lord Mayors of London. The 689th is about to take over the Mansion House in the City. He is Andrew Parmley, who will be the new ambassador for the City of London which provides local government and policing services in the square mile. He joined Share Radio Breakfast to discuss the new role.
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Sara Sjölin, Andrew Parmley


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Nigel Cassidy

Share Radio Breakfast: It’s the world's biggest online shopping day of the year

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Share Radio Breakfast: It’s the world's biggest online shopping day of the year
Its China's Singles Day, also known as "bare sticks holiday". What began as an antidote to Valentine's Day has now become a spending fest, with Chinese consumers shelling out almost £6bn online last year. Matthew Crabbe is Director of Research in the Asia Pacific region for industry researchers Mintel. He told Share Radio that this year's singles day promises to put Black Friday in the shade.
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Matthew Crabbe


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Nigel Cassidy

Share Radio Breakfast: Scandal in South Korea – will their president quit?

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Share Radio Breakfast: Scandal in South Korea – will their president quit?
Calls for South Korean president Park Geun-Hye to quit are growing. Mrs Park is accused of being part of a shadowy cult to which she passed classified information forcing major conglomerates to funnel billions of won to foundations run by her friend and former aide. The allegations have come at a bad time for Asia's fourth largest economy which is trying to reassure investors that growth remains on track following a slump in exports. Robert Van Egghen reports.
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Robert Van Egghen


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Simon Rose

Donald Trump: Madman or genius? Will he oversee massive US growth or precipitate a world slump?

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Donald Trump: Madman or genius? Will he oversee massive US growth or precipitate a world slump?
Tim Evans, professor of Business and Political Economy at Middlesex University is back in the studio discussing Trump-onomics: What will Trump’s economic policies be? The five ways a Donald Trump Presidency could change the world and the Euro founding father, Otmar Issing, warning about the project’s future.

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Simon Rose

How is the travel industry developing within the fast-changing global economic and social environment?

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

 How is the travel industry developing within the fast-changing global economic and social environment?
Euromonitor International released their 2016 World Travel Market Global Trends Report earlier this week and to find out what it entailed, Gregor Watt was joined by Paul Nelson of World Travel Market.

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Simon Rose

Legendary cricketer Sir Vivian Richards discusses the importance of sport tourism to Antigua

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Legendary cricketer Sir Vivian Richards discusses the importance of sport tourism to Antigua
Legendary cricketer Sir Vivian Richards captained the West Indies in 50 Test matches from 1984 to 1991. He also had a distinguished career in English county cricket and has been voted one of the five Cricketers of the Century and chosen by Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack as the greatest One Day International batsman of all time.

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Simon Rose

The Share Radio Travel Guide ep. 74

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

The Share Radio Travel Guide ep. 74
London hosts the World Travel Market. The annual event brings together tour operators, hotel companies, airlines and tourist boards from around the world to talk about the newest trends and arrange the holidays they will be selling to travellers over the next 12 months. Paul Nelson of World Travel Market will be revealing the latest travel trends. And we will also have legendary cricketer Sir Vivian Richards discussing the importance of sport tourism to Antigua.

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Simon Rose

Donald Trump is visiting the White House today, but what is the process between now and when he takes up residence there permanently in January?

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

 Donald Trump is visiting the White House today, but what is the process between now and when he takes up residence there permanently in January?
Yesterday, we talked about the chances of Donald Trump being able to close the division between voters on different sides of the presidential race. We've since heard about wide spread demonstrations following the result. What is the mood in the US today? Simon was joined by Share Radio's political correspondent, Colin Bloom.

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Simon Rose

"Dire shortage" of housing in the UK is continuing to drive up prices- RICS's chief economist Simon Rubinsohn.

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

"Dire shortage" of housing in the UK is continuing to drive up prices-  RICS's chief economist Simon Rubinsohn.
Surveyors have warned of a "dire shortage" of housing in the UK, which is continuing to drive up prices. The warning, from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors comes ahead of a government White Paper on housing supply, expected this month. Rics said that house hunters were returning to the market after the EU referendum in June, but there was not enough property for them to buy. Simon Rose speaks to RICS's chief economist Simon Rubinsohn for more.

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