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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: IPOs - a good climate for some, but not for others?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: IPOs - a good climate for some, but not for others?
2016 has been a strange year for IPOs. Political and economic uncertainty worldwide has caused some companies including Misys to cancel their initial public offerings, while others, like GoCompare and FreeAgent, are bucking the trend and listing on the stock exchange. So why is the climate good for some and not so for others? Matt Cox has been speaking with Jasper Lawler, Market Analyst at CMC Markets, to find out.
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Matt Cox, Jasper Lawler


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Why is Open Data important? Peter Wells ahead of the Open Data Institute’s Annual Summit

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Why is Open Data important? Peter Wells ahead of the Open Data Institute’s Annual Summit
What is Open Data, why is it important and what will happen to this ideology in Post-Brexit Britain? These are the big issues being discussed at the Open Data Institute's Annual Summit. And Share Radio’s Matt Cox has been speaking to the institute's policy associate, Peter Wells.
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Matt Cox, Peter Wells


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: How certain is a Clinton presidency?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: How certain is a Clinton presidency?
The US Presidential election is just two weeks away and the most recent polls suggest a Hillary Clinton presidency may remain the most likely outcome. Many believe that the FBI reopening the investigation into Clinton's prior use of a private email server has irrevocably damaged her credibility to the point where a Clinton presidency would be seen as illegitimate. But it has also emerged that, in revealing the new investigation, the FBI Director James Comey may have broken the law - a US act which forbids officials from influencing an election. Share Radio's Robert Van Egghen reports.
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Rachel Winter, Robert Van Egghen


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: What lies ahead for Twitter?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: What lies ahead for Twitter?
Twitter's announcement that it will shut down its Vine video service and cut 9% of its workforce, put the future of the social media platform in question. Jerry Daykin, Global Digital Partnet at Carat, joined Share Radio to discuss.
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Rachel Winter, Jerry Daykin


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Could the tax sector be disrupted by tech? Garrick Hileman offers his view

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Could the tax sector be disrupted by tech? Garrick Hileman offers his view
HM Revenue and Customs has already announced its plans to take tax fully digital by 2020, but could new tech really move the sector light years ahead? It's been suggested everything from Artificial intelligence to Blockchain could be used to improve how taxes are collected and processed. Matt Cox has been speaking to monetary innovation researcher, Garrick Hileman, about this.
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Matt Cox, Garrick Hileman


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: EU-Canada deal breakthrough – World First’s Jeremy Cook looks at what happens next

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: EU-Canada deal breakthrough – World First’s Jeremy Cook looks at what happens next
Earlier this week, the historic CETA EU-Canada trade deal was being scuppered by the opposition of Belgium, and the objections of one of its provinces, Wallonia. As a result, Thursday's signing ceremony was cancelled. Yet, Belgian political leaders have now reached a consensus in support of CETA. To discuss this, Jeremy Cook, Chief Economist at World First, joined Share Radio.
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Sara Sjölin, Jeremy Cook


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Is Twitter in trouble?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Is Twitter in trouble?
Twitter’s latest results reveal that while its user base is growing, the social media site is still struggling to monetise its content, with ad revenue growth slowing. It has now also announced a 9% cut of its workforce. So why has twitter struggled where other mass market online destinations, such as Facebook, have succeeded? Matt Cox discussed this with tech consultant Chris Green.
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Matt Cox, Chris Green


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Are the courtrooms of the future going to be the domain of AI?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Are the courtrooms of the future going to be the domain of AI?
A computer software was used to predict the results of nearly 600 past cases from the European Court of Human Rights - it managed to match the human judges' verdicts with 79% accuracy. So does this mean computers could help serve up justice in the future? Share Radio's Matt Cox heard from Dr Dimitrios Tsarapatsanis, Law Lecturer at the University of Sheffield and co-author of the research.
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Mike Ingram, Dimitri Tsapatsanis


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Oliver Wyman's Roland Rechsteiner discusses 5-year profits surge in oil trading

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Oliver Wyman's Roland Rechsteiner discusses 5-year profits surge in oil trading
According to a key annual report annual report from energy practise Oliver Wyman, the biggest commodity trading houses have seen profits from reselling oil shipments jump more than 50% over the past five years. Roland Rechsteiner, co-author of "Reimagining Commodity Trading" at Oliver Wyman, talks on their annual oil report.
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Mike Ingram, Roland Rechsteiner


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Big Bang's 30th Anniversary - How the City of London has changed

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Big Bang's 30th Anniversary - How the City of London has changed
On October 27th 1986, the London Stock Exchange swept away centuries of tradition, and ushered in the modern, global City of London. It was called Big Bang. In light of the 30-year anniversary, Brian Tora, Associate at JM Finn & Co., talks about the changes that were brought to The Square Mile.
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Mike Ingram, Brian Tora


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