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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: What will changes at Network Rail mean for the freight industry?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 7:00 on

Morning Money: What will changes at Network Rail mean for the freight industry?
With the structure and financing of Network Rail currently being discussed and investigated, this year’s annual Rail Freight Group Conference was moved forward by two months so the industry could get together to discuss and respond. Maggie Simpson, the Rail Freight Group's Executive Director, joined to discuss why the 24th annual event is so critical.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Maggie Simpson


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Simon Rose

Book Value with Raj Raghunathan

Simon Rose
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Book Value on

Book Value with Raj Raghunathan
Could the same traits that drive your career success also be keeping you from being happier? Simon was joined by author, Raj Raghunathan to talk about his new book, 'If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Happy?'
Guest:

Raj Raghunathan


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Juliette Foster

Carl Harald Janson of the International Biotechnology Trust talks biotechnology companies going from strength to strength

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

The Investment Hour with Juliette Foster on

Carl Harald Janson of the International Biotechnology Trust talks biotechnology companies going from strength to strength
The world's financial markets got off to a wobbly start earlier in the year as fears over the health of the global economy - and China in particular - punched a hole in the value of sectors that traditionally perform well. However it wasn't all bad news as biotechnology companies held their ground and they've continued to go from strength to strength, delivering impressive returns to investors. Carl Harald Janson is the manager of the "International Biotechnology Trust" and he joins Juliette Foster in the studio.

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Juliette Foster

Edward Smith of Rathbones talks myths around Brexit debate from a new report

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

The Investment Hour with Juliette Foster on

Edward Smith of Rathbones talks myths around Brexit debate from a new report
Investment Perspectives: What is fact and what is fiction? That question has never been more pertinent as the UK weighs up the arguments ahead of the In/Out referendum on June 23rd. Rathbones, the UK provider of personalised investment management and wealth management services, has published a new report that specifically looks to address five myths around key areas of the Brexit debate: immigration, trade, financials, public finance, and foreign investment. Share Radio's Michael Considine discussed some of them with Ed Smith, Asset Allocation Strategist at Rathbones and began by asking him whether the arguments against immigration stood up to investigation.

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Juliette Foster

The Weeks Update: Have George Osborne's Treasury backed findings made the road ahead clearer? John Weeks gives his take

Juliette Foster
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The Weeks Update on

The Weeks Update: Have George Osborne's Treasury backed findings made the road ahead clearer?  John Weeks gives his take
For those who've yet to decide which way they're going to vote in the EU referendum, the claims and counter claims from the rival camps are probably about as helpful as driving through fog without lights or a Sat Nav. So have George Osborne's Treasury backed findings made the road ahead any clearer....or worse? Juliette Foster is joined in the studio by Professor John Weeks, Share Radio's regular economics commentator.
Guest:

John Weeks


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Georgie Frost

LISTEN: Kevin Charles on Jonas Gutierrez and Disability Discrimination

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Consuming Issues

LISTEN: Kevin Charles on Jonas Gutierrez and Disability Discrimination
Jonas Gutierrez has been given his due by a tribunal for being illegally dismissed on the basis of a cancer diagnosis. Compensation will be coming later, but in the meantime, what does this mean for disability discrimination in the future? Kevin Charles of Crossland Solicitors joins Georgie Frost to unpack what effect this might have.
Guest:

Kevin Charles


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Georgie Frost

Listen again to the team from Money Fight Club discussing about the impact of a Brexit on our holidays

Georgie Frost
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Consuming Issues

 Listen again to the team from Money Fight Club discussing about the impact of a Brexit on our holidays
It's just over two months until the EU referendum, but what is it going to mean for your holiday plans? Needless to say, our visa-free travel sure is handy, would be a shame to see that go. And on top of that, the pound has been falling against the Euro ever since the vote became a reality. So the questions are, how much will a Brexit affect our holidays?
Guests:

Lindsay Cook, Anne Caborn


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Georgie Frost

Fat cats fight back, and the End of Cash? Deborah Hargreaves on the News Review - 19/04/2016

Georgie Frost
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Consuming Issues

Fat cats fight back, and the End of Cash? Deborah Hargreaves on the News Review - 19/04/2016
Today we're delighted to be joined by Deborah Hargreaves of the High Pay Center to discuss contactless mobile phone payments, plummeting Netflix share price, and 2500 britons per WEEK getting fleeced by ATM fraud!
Guest:

Deborah Hargreaves


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: US Elections - Can Trump make it in New York?

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: US Elections - Can Trump make it in New York?
Today the state of New York votes in their Presidential primary. Riding high in the polls, Donald Trump is expected to triumph in the Republican primary - a welcome boost to his campaign after a rocky few weeks and a heavy defeat in Wisconsin. Share Radio's Robert Van Egghen reports on whether this will be the week the Trump campaign gets back on track.

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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Brexit - George Osborne's latest predictions are proving divisive

Sarah Lowther
Morning Money: Brexit - George Osborne's latest predictions are proving divisive
The Treasury's forecasts that UK households will be £4,300 worse off a year by 2030 if we leave the European Union. The predictions were slammed by eurosceptics yesterday, with MPs calling the chancellor’s report pathetic and desperate. Jeremy Cook - chief economist at WorldFfirst talks to Sarah Lowther
Guest:

Jeremy Cook


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