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!
Morning Money: US Elections - Can Trump make it in New York?
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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.
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
This is Conversations from Africa with Chris Bishop, Managing Editor of Forbes Africa Magazine, & Share Radio's Patrick Jones.
On this weeks show:
President Zuma still manages to cling on to his Presidency despite a great deal of opposition. Zimbabwe is still dealing with the fallout from it's drought, affecting food supplies, the Springbok's have a new captain, a new super-mall for South Africa, new strength to the rand & more.
This Emerging Opportunities - the only show on your radio dedicated to the world of emerging markets. Gavin Serkin, the author of Frontier: Exploring the Top Ten Emerging Markets of Tomorrow, and the Managing Editor of Frontier Funds and Frontera News, joins Juliette Foster in the studio alongside Olivier Desbarres, a foreign exchange expert from Barclays and Credit Suisse and on the phone from Bangkok by political analyst Phillip Hynes of ISS.
Topics on the agenda this week include ISIS, North Korea, Brazil, China & much more.
This is The Apprentice Investor. Regular listeners to the show will know that our Apprentices are five members of the Share Radio team who've each been given fifteen thousand pounds of virtual money to build their own individual share portfolios. They have a minimum of eight stocks, which they've been buying and selling through The Share Centre. So how are those portfolios? Are they in rude health or in need of the mother of all financial workouts? Apprentices Alexi Phillips and Ruby Johnson have joined Juliette Foster in the studio and standing by with some observations and extremely useful advice is Share Radio's Senior Analyst Ed Bowsher.
This is Share Daily, a look back at some highlights from Share Radio over the last 24 hours. It's your opportunity to catch up with the best of Share Radio , where we bring you news and views on stocks and shares, talk to successful entrepreneurs and offer advice which could make and saves you money.
The UK's creative industries are punching above their weight according to a report by Nesta. But a lack of government support means that crown could soon be lost. Only one country whose government does support its creative industries is South Korea, where government schemes have turned a small country into a pop culture titan. Robert Van Egghen looked into Korean culture's economic success.
Margrethe Vestager, the European commissioner for competition, is expected to charge Google over its Android mobile operating system. Matt Cox spoke to Taj Dhunay, CEO and Founder of The App Developers, an android and IOS app creation and consultancy firm, who explained how Google dominates the market.