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Morning Money: How did Sareum Holdings perform in its final results? CEO Dr Tim Mitchell discussed

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: How did Sareum Holdings perform in its final results? CEO Dr Tim Mitchell discussed
Just five weeks ago, shares in Sareum Holdings rocketed over 150% after it announced its cancer drug candidate had been licensed to Nasdaq listed ProNAi Therapeutics. The company discovers and develops innovative drug candidates aimed at cancers and autoimmune diseases and its results are out. Dr Tim Mitchell is the CEO and he joined Share Radio to discuss the numbers.
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Chris Bailey, Dr Tim Mitchell


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Will a December US rate rise be a go or no?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Will a December US rate rise be a go or no?
Federal Reserve officials have been meeting over the past two days and later we'll learn the result of their deliberations. It's widely predicted they will leave short-term interest rates unchanged, and indicate they remain on track to raise them in December. But how strongly will they signal their intentions just a week before the US elections? Kully Samra, Managing Director at Charles Schwab, joined Share Radio to offer his view.
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Chris Bailey, Kully Samra


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Nick Peters reports live from Birmingham ahead of Manufacturer of the Year Awards

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Nick Peters reports live from Birmingham ahead of Manufacturer of the Year Awards
Manufacturers from all over the country are gathered in Birmingham this week for one of the biggest events in their calendar, the Manufacturer of the Year Awards. In a very uncertain period for the industry, thanks to the fall in the value of sterling, Share Radio's Nick Peters joined us live from Birmingham to discuss the mood and what we can look forward to.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Nick Peters


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Chris Green gives his analysis of the Apple iPhone 7 unveiling.

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Morning Money: Chris Green gives his analysis of the Apple iPhone 7 unveiling.
Chris Green, tech journalist and consultant, on the brand new iPhone7, the reception to the new features, and what it means for Apple as a company going forward.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Chris Green


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Business as usual for SME house builders post-Brexit?

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Morning Money: Business as usual for SME house builders post-Brexit?
Following up from Barclaycard telling Morning Money that consumers were demonstrating a 'Business as usual' approach to their spending, the same phrase has been echoed for 2/3rds of SME house builders. Research by the Federation of Master Builders says that these organisations claim that not much has changed post-Brexit. Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the Federation joined the Morning Money team to discuss the research further.
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Chris Bailey, Brian Berry


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: “The numbers suggest, it’s business as usual for day-to-day spending”

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Morning Money: “The numbers suggest, it’s business as usual for day-to-day spending”
Figures from Barclaycard reveal consumer spending in August reached a 13-month high of 4.2%, as warmer weather prompted shoppers to splash out on clothes and entertainment. It conflicts with BRC data however, which showed that consumers cut back on spending. So which to believe? Paul Lockstone, Managing Director at Barclaycard, offered his views.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Paul Lockstone


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: What will the G20 Summit do for trade between Britain and Beijing?

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Morning Money: What will the G20 Summit do for trade between Britain and Beijing?
The G20 summit is drawing to a close in the Chinese city of Hangzhou, and for many the worry is this could herald an end to the so called gold age of mutual trade relations cultivated between Bejing and Britain. Dr Kegang Wu, Executive Director at BCC LinkToChina, discussed whether wider trade relations could be impacted.
Guests:

Rachel Winter, Dr Kegang Wu


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Is the TTIP deal dead? Professor Anand Menon discusses

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Morning Money: Is the TTIP deal dead? Professor Anand Menon discusses
Has the Apple tax debacle further poisoned an already difficult environment for talks on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership? The planned free-trade agreement between the US and the EU, also known as TTIP, has been surrounded by controversy, and some European leaders have now called the talks dead. Professor Anand Menon, a director of a research body based at Kings College, shared his thoughts.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Professor Anand Menon


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Curing Europe’s digital skills gap

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Morning Money: Curing Europe’s digital skills gap
What would it take to retrain people to use computers and the internet more effectively? The UK is currently in the grip of an IT skills crisis with an estimated 12.6 million lacking even the most basic digital skills. Byron Nicolaides, President of the Council of European Professionals Informatics Societies (CEPIS), discussed.
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Chris Bailey, Byron Nicolaides


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Why have Scottish wind farms been paid to shut down?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Why have Scottish wind farms been paid to shut down?
This month, Scottish wind farms have received a record £5.5 million to shut down. It’s after hurricane-force gusts produced more electricity than could be consumed. August 7th saw winds blowing as high as 115 miles an hour, while demand for power fell to record lows. But Renewable UK’s Deputy Chief Executive, Maf Smith, told Share Radio's James Brydges that wind farms turning off was actually the least expensive solution.
Guests:

James Brydges, Maf Smith


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