Apprentices Ruby Johnson & Matt Cox feature in this brand new edition of The Apprentice Investor. Now over 2 weeks on from the vote to exit the European Union, how have their portfolio’s held up during the uncertainty and the subsequent up’s and downs that have faced the UK’s economy?
There have been reports that a London law firm is preparing to launch legal action over the triggering of Article 50. Michael Bowsher QC of Monckton Chambers joined Morning Money’s Directors’ Briefing sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise to discuss.
Harrison Kelly, Media Relations Manager at the TSB, joins Georgie Frost in the studio to discuss the biggest finance stories of the last 24 hours. On the agenda today, Nigel Farage steps down as the leader of UKip, we take a look at the latest Brexit news, Southern Rail is to axe 350 services a day under an amended timetable, plus Majestic Wine, TSB and Brecon Carreg are the latest companies to pay workers the voluntary Living Wage, and much more. Consuming Issues goes out every week day from 9 to 12 on Share Radio.
Tom Floyd, Senior Sales Trader at corporate forex broker Foenix Partners, joined Share Radio’s Directors’ Briefing sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, to talk about the UK's political uncertainty and how it's impacting the markets, whilst also looking ahead to the Bank of England’s financial stability report.
This is Conversations From Africa featuring the Managing Editor of Forbes Africa Magazine, Chris Bishop, in conversation with Share Radio's Patrick Jones.
First up for discussion this week is news concerning civil unrest in Zimbabwe, will the violence make a dent in the political structures of a country which has already seen it's fair share of crises?
In other economic news, the South African economy has lost 15,000 jobs according to the countries leading statistics provider. Plus, the South African Trade Minister Rob Davies doesn't think Brexit will harm the trading relationship between the UK and South Africa... but is he right?
This is a special edition of Emerging Opportunities, with world renowned fund manager, Mark Mobius from Franklin Templeton Investments. Dr. Mobius has been called the godfather of emerging markets by the Financial Times and he joined Gavin Serkin & Juliette Foster to give his thoughts on how the Brexit vote will affect emerging markets.
Marc Shoffman looks at the reports of hate crime in the aftermath of the EU Referendum. Rita Lobo speaks to Imam Qari Asim, Imam at Leeds Mosque and Editor of Imams Online, on the rise in Islamophobia in recent days and what should be done to tackle this issue. Marc Shoffman speaks to Dr Kirsten Johnson, of the Liberal Democrat Christian Forum and supporter of Christians Stronger in Europe, about what this event means to her as a Christian. Christian author, Symon Hill, analyses the concept of the 'neighbour' in the Bible and how they apply to these difficult times.
On Shop Floor, in association with the Inspirational Development Group, Nick Peters analyses the effect of Brexit on Microbusinesses with Tony Robinson OBE in this time of uncertainty. Kate Jacobs, Editor of HR Magazine, explains how HR departments can provide a vital role in leadership for businesses in the post-Brexit climate. Despite these unsteady times Charlotte Cassedanne, Communications Manager at Power to Change, says Business Communities can unite others and have a positive impact on local people. Charlotte Hollins, who runs the community business Fordhall Farm, explains the story behind the farm and the financial obstacles she had to face to make the it a success. Finally, Kirsten Samuel, Managing Director of Kamwell, highlights the impact of men's mental health problems, particularly suicide, on businesses.