This is My Portfolio with Lord Lee, our weekly look at investment decisions from the perspective of both the investor and the invested side by side. As ever, our investor is weekly FT columnist Lord John Lee. He is also author of the book 'How to Make a Million Slowly: My Guiding Principles from a Lifetime of Successful Investing'.
This week, Lord Lee's invested is David Marock, Group Chief Executive Officer at Charles Taylor. He joined Lord Lee and Share Radio's Juliette Foster in the studio.
Donald Trump has won the 2016 US presidential election for the Republicans, beating his Democrat rival Hilary Clinton. It's fair to say Trump's triumph has eclipsed the day-to-day hubbub of UK politics...
So today Share Radio's Juliette Foster and Mike Indian, Senior Political Analyst at De Haviland, take a break from Westminster's corridors of power to give The View from Washington. They're joined in the studio by Ed Bowsher, Share Radio's Senior Analyst, and Marianne Schneider-Petsinger, Geoeconomics Fellow for the US & Americas Programme at Chatham House.
Donald trump has shocked everyone and become the 45th President of the US. He defeated favourite Hilary Clinton by winning states such as Florida and Ohio. But how will his victory affect us in the UK? And what about the global stocks and markets? Our man on the ground in Florida and political correspondent Colin Bloom joins senior analyst Ed Bowsher in the studio with Sue.
The definitive list of this year's 12 top toys for Christmas has been unveiled. Dream Toys is the most accurate and authoritative predictive list available, compiled by leading UK toy retailers to provide an expert insight into this Christmas's most sought-after toys. This year's list reveals much about how we will be spending Christmas this year, and it seems that we may be spending a lot more time together with the increase in games and puzzle sales.
Personal finance writer Sam McFaul talks us through the Tesco banking crisis to find out the latest developments, and what to do if you're caught up in it. Plus, we find out how to get hundreds of pounds for your fivers. And as ever we'll have a roundup of the latest and best deals the team have come across this week.
Sue Dougan, is joined by the team at ‘Moneywise’, Tom Wilson and Moira O’Neill, for their sideways look at the weeks top money stories including a pension shortfall could mean for retirees, how to weigh up the risks of investing and just how much people are planning to spend this Christmas. Plus all the regular features including poll of the week, the one minute challenge and not forgetting funny money.
What challenges lie ahead for older people when it comes to health, care and pensions? What about retirement and pensions and the environment adapting to an ageing society? Well, they are about to be addressed today when speakers including the former CBI chairman John Cridland and the former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey take to the microphone for the 'Future of Ageing 'conference being held in Westminster. To find out what it is all about, Georgie was joined by David Eaton from the International Longevity Centre.
Sue Dougan is joined in the studio by Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher. On the agenda today, they discuss the big story from America. Donald Trump has beaten Hilary Clinton to become the 45 President. But how that impacted the markets? Ed and Sue mull over the affects on the global economy and stocks and shares. Elsewhere, Tesco Bank has finally repaid £2.5 million which had been stolen from 9,000 hacked accounts. Plus, the number of households switching their energy supplier hit a three-year high in October. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Now that Donald Trump has won the presidential election, who is the man that will be running one of the most powerful nations on Earth? Matt Cox takes a retrospective look at Trump's life and career, and what this means moving forward.
The odds of a December interest rate hike in the US have diminished. The FOMC had signalled it expected to raise rates by the year end, but while the markets were confident of an increase, the markets are now not. Professor Peter Rupert, Department of Economics at the University of California, Santa Barbara & former Senior Economic Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank, joined Share Radio to discuss.