Jessica Hinds, European Economist at Capital Economics, is on the line with her analysis of the decision by Sweden's Central Bank to cut its benchmark rate to push up sluggish inflation amid worries about global growth
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.
For three years, Houston PR has been collecting jargon and buzzwords. The company writes to correspondents and editors in the UK and the US once a quarter, asking them to identify the words and phrases that annoy them the most. Hamish Thompson, Managing Director at Houston PR, joined Nigel Cassidy and Louise Cooper to reveal the most annoying jargon.
Matt Cox has been hearing from Leo Cubbin and Phil Gaskell, Co-Founders of Ripstone, a gaming company based in Liverpool, who explained why the city is the new place for tech hubs and what drew them to create their tech startup.
This week in Crowdfunders we're moving into the world of Reality TV. One of the stars of the 'Made in Chelsea' reality show, Jamie Laing, is now crowdfunding for a business he founded. We're also going to look at a firm called Rebus that raised more than £800,000 from investors last year on Crowdcube. Rebus has now gone bust so we'll ask whether these kinds of failure are an inevitable part of equity crowdfunding. And we're also going to talk to another private investor about his adventures as a lender on one of the big peer to peer lending platforms.
Oliver Pursche, CEO of Bruderman Brothers, joins us on the line from New York to discuss what to expect and look out for as Janet Yellen appears before Congress in the midst of ongoing global market turmoil
Anyone running a small or medium sized company is likely to face numerous challenges as they grow their business and raising money is one of the toughest. If the banks or even family members can't or won't lend the readies, then what are the alternatives? One possible option is to raise the finance through the Enterprise Investment Scheme...also known as EIS. Well one person with a first hand knowledge of EIS and how it works is Lord Howard Flight, the former Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury who now joins us in the studio.