This is The Business of Sport with Share Radio's Michael Considine, we have a bumper Euro 2016 edition for you today.
Michael speaks to Colin Cieszynski of CMC Markets for a look at what stocks will be affected by the championships, Joe Aldridge will be looking at how productivity will be affected and William Hill's Joe Crilly will have the bookmakers view ahead of kick off of the competition.
Plus Patrick Jones has Extra Time.
Share radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher, joins Sarah Pennells in the studio to discuss the biggest finance stories of the last 24 hours. On the agenda today, energy companies rising prices, Brits pay over the odds for phone bills, Argos to pay a mega refund plus much more. Consuming Issues goes out every week day from 9 to 12 on Share Radio.
This is Money are back for another week, in partnership with NS&I. And what a week it's been! Can British business bounce back from the blows it's been receiving this week? First BHS, and then Sports Direct! Well, in swoop the MPs to sort through this mess, and Editor Simon Lambert and Personal Finance Editor Rachel Rickard-Straus from the Financial Website of the Year are here to hold our hands through it all. We'll also be taking a look at another Brexit blow to the pound, a win for buy-to-let landlords, and keeping your gold in some unusual places.
This Is Money with Georgie Frost is presented in partnership with NS&I
Growth is expected to slow to 4.1% this year, according to the latest ICAEW Economic Forecast for Q2. Stephen Ibbotson, Director of Business at the ICAEW, who are a leading organisation for chartered accountants in the UK, joined to looks at the numbers and discuss the implications it will have.
In France, Uber has been slapped with a £625,000 fine for running the illegal UberPop service using unlicensed drivers, and its arrival has challenged the cost base of taxi companies all over the world. In the UK, Addison Lee has responded by offering a new pay deal to drivers, and Catherine Faiers, Chief Operations Officer at Addison Lee, discussed this.
The Investment Trust Show in association with Henderson Global Investors. This week, we're going to look at gearing for investment trusts. Our guests were Jeremy Beckwith, investment analyst, Dice McCairn, Editor of Whichinvestment Trust, and finally Innes Urquhart, analyst at Winteflood Securities.
Ed spoke to a Eurosceptic pioneer, Dr Alan Sked who is a professor at the LSE and also founded the UK Independence Party more than twenty years ago. He's no longer a member of UKIP, but he's still a strong opponent of the EU.
Satyajit Das, Australian former banker and corporate treasurer, turned consultant and now author discusses his book "A Banquet of Consequences". He believes that the factors that caused the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 have not been addressed and he discussed this and more with Ed Bowsher.