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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Cash vs electronic payment - which is favourite?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Cash vs electronic payment - which is favourite?
Mike Bowen, Business Development Director, Cash Centres at G4S, talks about the European Cash Report, that G4S has conducted, which analysed the use and future of cash verses electronic and internet payments. It's highlighted a widespread use of paper money across the EU, seemingly dismissing any claims of a demise, and Mike discusses the findings of the report.
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Louise Cooper, Mike Bowen


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Ed Bowsher

Crowdfunders: Pink gin, better due diligence for crowdfunding and tax!

Ed Bowsher
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Crowdfunders: Pink gin, better due diligence for crowdfunding and tax!
This is Crowdfunders on Share Radio, the show that covers the fast-growing world of alternative finance, hosted by Share Radio’s Senior Analyst, Ed Bowsher. In today's show, Ed speaks to the founder of a company that's making pink gin using raspberries. The gin is called Pinkster and you can invest in the company on the Growthdeck platform. Also in the spotlight is an equity crowdfunding campaign for a company that is now in administration. The company is called Rebus, and the question is: did this crowdfunding campaign give investors all the relevant information? And over in the world of peer to peer lending, today's crowdfunders takes a look at the issue of tax. It's especially topical now that the innovative finance isa has been launched - it's supposed to protect any interest you earn on peer to peer sites from income tax.

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Ed Mitchell

Henry Lowson, UK fund manager at Axa Framlington discusses the merits of investing in small caps

Ed Mitchell
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Henry Lowson, UK fund manager at Axa Framlington discusses the merits of investing in small caps
Investment Perspectives: This is Share Radio's regular look at investing in smaller companies, either directly or indirectly through a fund managed by a full time professional manager. Ed Mitchell's guest today in the studio is Henry Lowson, UK fund manager at Axa Framlington where he has managed the Axa Framlington UK smaller companies fund since may 2012.

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Ed Mitchell

What might economic life look like in the event of Brexit? Stephen Booth at Open Europe gives his take

Ed Mitchell
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What might economic life look like in the event of Brexit? Stephen Booth at Open Europe gives his take
What might economic life outside of the E.U. in the event of Brexit look like? The think tank, Open Europe, says the referendum campaign has not adequately addressed this so far. Open Europe says it will be neither apocalypse nor utopia. They say there will be a short term shock followed by the potential for long term prosperity if liberal economic policies are followed. On the line is Stephen Booth, Co-Director of Open Europe.

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Georgie Frost

Your daily digest of money news from @shareradiouk with @GECFrost and Ed Bowsher!

Georgie Frost
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Consuming Issues

 Your daily digest of money news from @shareradiouk with @GECFrost and Ed Bowsher!
Ed Bowsher, Share’s personal finance expert, joins Georgie in the studio for a look at the big stories of the day #TESCO profits #Energy prices #PPI #BuyToLet #rents rise
Guest:

Ed Bowsher


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: A new approach for Facebook after chatbot launch?

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 8:00 on

Morning Money: A new approach for Facebook after chatbot launch?
Oliver Smith, Senior Reporter at business tech trade magazine The Memo, discusses Facebook’s general strategies, after it was announced that they will now allow businesses to deliver automated customer support, e-commerce guidance, content and interactive experiences through chatbots. So how does this work?
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Oliver Smith


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Is a downturn in e-Book sales a good or bad thing for the book industry?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 7:00 on

Morning Money: Is a downturn in e-Book sales a good or bad thing for the book industry?
Sellers and publishers from across the UK are gathering to discuss all things book-related at the London Book Fair. But how is the climate when it comes down to selling physical books and digital copies? Matt Cox spoke to independent bookseller Mark Thornton and bestselling author James Craig, who explained how they operate in the world of bookselling and how recent trends have affected them.
Guests:

Matt Cox, Mark Thornton, James Craig


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Simon Rose

Book Value with Charles Duhigg

Simon Rose
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Book Value with Charles Duhigg
Simon Rose spoke to Pulitzer prize winning author Charles Duhigg about his new book 'Smarter Faster Better - The Secrets of Being Productive'.
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Charles Duhigg


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Simon Rose

The AIM Show with John Gunn

Simon Rose
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The AIM Show with John Gunn
Every week The AIM Show hears from the boss of one of the companies listed on the Alternative Investment Market.

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Juliette Foster

Nizam Hamid of WisdomTree Europe on how to invest safely while the EU referendum looms

Juliette Foster
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Nizam Hamid of WisdomTree Europe on how to invest safely while the EU referendum looms
Investment Perspectives: As you've been hearing in the news, the International Monetary Fund has warned that Europe faces severe economic and political damage if Britain votes to leave the EU in June's upcoming referendum. In its latest global update the IMF claimed a BREXIT would disrupt established trading relationships and cause "major challenges" for both the UK and the rest of Europe. Campaigners who want Britain to leave Europe say that IMF forecasts about Britain and other countries had been "consistently wrong" and that the biggest risks were "remaining in an unreformed EU". Arguments over whether Britain should stay in our out of Europe are of limited help to investors looking to position their financial portfolios in the run up to the vote. So where are the safe havens to put the money? Is it worth making any plans or should investors just sit tight and see how the drama plays out? Nizam Hamid, ETF Strategist at WisdomTree Europe and he joins Investment Perspectives presenter Juliette Foster, in the studio.

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