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Will the London Stock Exchange look sparse of European companies post-Brexit?

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Will the London Stock Exchange look sparse of European companies post-Brexit?
What is the future looking like for European firms listed on the London Stock Exchange post-Brexit? Will it be sparse of European companies? Nigel Cassidy was joined by Gianpiero Lotito, CEO & Co-Founder of FacilityLive, and Founding Member of the European Tech Alliance to discuss further.
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Gianpiero Lotito


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Trump wants a do-or-die vote to repeal Obamacare

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Trump wants a do-or-die vote to repeal Obamacare
Last night was the scheduled vote on the Trump administration's proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act or more widely known as Obamacare. It didn't go well for Trump, he couldn't get enough Republican backing. And what is the market reaction to this turn of events? Joining Nigel Cassidy to discuss is John Hardy, Head of FX Strategy at Saxo Bank.
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John Hardy


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'The scale of the threat to the British mainland is factored lower than the IRA in the 70s,' says Josh Lowe

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'The scale of the threat to the British mainland is factored lower than the IRA in the 70s,' says Josh Lowe
Following the horrific terror attacks in nearly a decade on Westminster on Wednesday, Nigel Cassidy was joined by Newsweek's European Politics reporter, Josh Lowe to discuss the latest developments. Also on the agenda was discussion about Sir Richard Branson calling for a second EU referendum. The Virgin founder, who supported the remain campaign, says the result of June's vote is "one of the saddest things that has happened" to both the UK and Europe.
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Josh Lowe


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Could scrapping the US's specialist worker visa scheme harm its competitiveness?

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Could scrapping the US's specialist worker visa scheme harm its competitiveness?
While Donald Trump's controversial travel ban continues to be blocked by courts, there's one visa category he might successfully target - the tech industry-favoured H-1-B. The visa, designed for specialist workers, has come under fire for its use by foreign outsourcing firms within the US. But CEO of US-based cyber security firm Vectra Networks, Hitesh Sheth, warns scrapping the whole visa programme could hurt competitiveness in the US. Mr Sheth spoke with Share Radio's Peta Fuller about the issue.
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Hitesh Sheth


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1 in 10 of young Brits are prepared to leave the UK to get onto the property ladder

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1 in 10 of young Brits are prepared to leave the UK to get onto the property ladder
Almost half of young people in the UK think it's harder than ever before to get on the property ladder. A fifth have told a survey by Halifax they'd be prepared to leave the country in order to buy their own home. Just over a quarter of 18 to 34-year-olds think they'll never have their own property, and one in eight reckon they'll be renting forever. So is home-ownership really out of reach for young buyers? Or is this just pessimism from the younger generation? Martin Ellis, Halifax housing economist spoke to Nigel Cassidy to explain the results.
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Martin Ellis


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Safestyle UK sees its window of opportunity in a struggling sector, reporting a 9.8% rise in revenue

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Safestyle UK sees its window of opportunity in a struggling sector, reporting a 9.8% rise in revenue
Safestyle UK, the AIM-listed replacement windows and doors business has released their full year results today. We remain concerned with current headwinds across the wider building products sector, including input cost inflation, the UK consumer and the general economic outlook, but believe Safestyle is better placed to deal with these than most and will continue to drive organic growth in FY17. Steve Birmingham, CEO of Safestyle UK joined Nigel Cassidy to discuss how is the company doing.
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Steve Birmingham


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James Barder, CEO of Futura Medical, tells Nigel when he expects the firm to make a profit

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James Barder, CEO of Futura Medical, tells Nigel when he expects the firm to make a profit
Futura Medical is a pharmaceutical group that develops innovative products for consumer healthcare - such as gel for the treatment of erectile dysfunction and condoms which allow the wearer to maintain a firmer erection. Today they announced their latest financial results. James Barder, the company's CEO, joined Nigel to discuss further.
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James Barder


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UK based airlines may lose routes if they fail to relocate post-Brexit

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UK based airlines may lose routes if they fail to relocate post-Brexit
Airlines based in the UK could lose major routes if they don't move to Europe post-Brexit. EU officials say carriers including easyJet and Ryanair will need to relocate their headquarters or sell off shares if they want to continue flying within continental Europe. Regulations say airlines must have a significant base on EU territory and a majority of their capital shares must be EU-owned. Meetings have taken place between the airlines and the EU's Brexit taskforce last week. Thomas van der Wijngaart, an aviation expert at the legal firm Clyde & Co spoke to Share Radio's James Brydges.
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Thomas van der Wijngaart


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Scottish Parliament suspends referendum debate following Westminster terror attack

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Scottish Parliament suspends referendum debate following Westminster terror attack
The Scottish Parliament has suspended a debate on whether to back Nicola Sturgeon’s demand for a second independence referendum following the Westminster terror attack. The vote, when it occurs, will trigger an official demand from Ms Sturgeon to the Prime Minister for talks over a Section 30 order, the legal mechanism used to transfer the powers to Holyrood for a referendum, preferably between autumn 2018 and spring 2019.But Mrs May announced last week that she would not allow another independence vote until Brexit has been negotiated and Scots can see how it has worked out. Maurice Smith, Share Radio's Scotland correspondent joined Nigel Cassidy to discuss this and the top news stories of the day.
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Maurice Smith


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Shares in Next are down 40% in a year. Mike van Dulken of Accendo Markets explains why

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Shares in Next are down 40% in a year. Mike van Dulken of Accendo Markets explains why
The clothes retailer's suffered a remarkable fall from grace. Over the past year the shares are down 40%, even though the FTSE 100 has risen 20%. The halcyon days of the Next catalogue being the go-to method of buying clothes seem far behind us. Mike Van Dulken, Head of Research at Accendo Markets, spoke to James Brydges.
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Mike van Dulken


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