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The state of the UK economy six months on from the EU referendum

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The state of the UK economy six months on from the EU referendum
Analysis has looked into the state of the UK economy, six months after the Brexit referendum. Financial research centre, Capital Economics, has released new data. Gavin Oldham, the founder of Share Radio and the Share Centre, sat down with Ed Bowsher to run through the highlights.
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Ed Bowsher, Gavin Oldham


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Opposites attract? Jack Sommers of the Huffington Post talks Trump & May, and Britain’s desperate need for friends

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Opposites attract? Jack Sommers of the Huffington Post talks Trump & May, and Britain’s desperate need for friends
Jack Sommers, News Editor at the Huffington Post, joined Nigel Cassidy to look forward to Theresa May's visit to the US today. She’ll be the first foreign leader to meet Donald Trump, a week into his Presidency.
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Jack Sommers


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Investment demand continues to rebound post EU vote

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Investment demand continues to rebound post EU vote
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors is releasing its Commercial Market Survey for the fourth quarter of 2016. It shows investment demand continues to rebound post EU vote. The industrial sector also continues to outperform office and retail, and inducements are on the rise again. To discuss this further, Simon Rubinsohn, Chief Economist at RICS, joined Nigel Cassidy to discuss.
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Simon Rubinsohn


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“I don’t think May’s leaving anything to chance, and she’ll have worked out Trump’s approach” – Allyson Stewart-Allen

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“I don’t think May’s leaving anything to chance, and she’ll have worked out Trump’s approach” – Allyson Stewart-Allen
Theresa May is currently in the unenviable position of simultaneously having to negotiate trade deals with Europe to the East, and the US to the West. And as with all British business leaders trying to build their US sales and presence, the Prime Minister must ensure she is in sync with the American businessman leading the country. Allyson Stewart-Allen is the Director at International Marketing Partners, and she joined Nigel Cassidy on Share Radio Breakfast to offer her views on the approach May should take.
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Allyson Stewart-Allen


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The Edinburgh tech company making waves on an international scale

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The Edinburgh tech company making waves on an international scale
Leah Hutcheon is the Founder of Appointedd, an Edinburgh based online booking specialist. She joined Share Radio Breakfast to talk about her company, which from nothing has built its way to international status, having won investment along the way. They are announcing a new US partner on Monday.
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Leah Hutcheon


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Davos 2017 – Steve Clarke reports from the last day of the World Economic Forum

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Davos 2017 – Steve Clarke reports from the last day of the World Economic Forum
Share Radio's Steve Clarke brings us the latest live from Davos ahead of the last day of the World Economic Forum. What was the reaction to Theresa May's speech from Thursday and how did Chancellor Philip Hammond follow up on the Prime Minister’s talk?
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Steve Clarke


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Post-Brexit pound drop boosts UK tax free shopping spend

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Post-Brexit pound drop boosts UK tax free shopping spend
The latest international tax free spend figures show growth of 14% to 2015, according to latest figures from Global Blue. A favourable exchange rate is attracting international customers, and they are contributing to the profits of UK businesses. Share Radio's Marvin Nadalutti heard from Ros Morgan, Chief Executive Heart of London Business Alliance.
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Ros Morgan, Marvin Nadalutti


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Ryan Heath looks at the issues facing the UK in Europe, in his last politics round-up of 2016

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Ryan Heath looks at the issues facing the UK in Europe, in his last politics round-up of 2016
Ryan Heath, Senior EU Correspondent and Associate Editor at POLITICO Europe, joined Share Radio Breakfast to offer his last look at European politics for 2016. Jeremy Corbyn says he understands the lack of trust in politicians and the EU that led to the Brexit vote. And a new Dutch television programme "Brussel" will show the EU institutions in a House of Cards-style drama.
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Chris Bailey, Ryan Heath


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What worked and made money in 2016?

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What worked and made money in 2016?
Just about everyone in the financial and investment world is taking stock. What worked and made money in 2016? And how different will the business world look in 2017? One seasoned City figure who has been thinking about all this is David Miller. He's an award-winning money manager, who is Investment Director at Quilter Cheviot, who invest on behalf of nearly 40,000 clients, with over £20 billion in assets. David told Share Radio’s Nigel Cassidy that three particular themes had emerged already for the New Year.
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David Miller


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Consumers are paying the price for warehouse shortfall

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Consumers are paying the price for warehouse shortfall
A major new report on the UK logistics sector has urged for land to be set aside for industrial space by the government, warning that a growing shortfall could crush out online retailers. More than 18million sq. ft. of new industrial space is needed annually to satisfy exponential e-commerce growth and demand from parcel delivery firms, says City law firm Addleshaw Goddard. A massive shortfall could see consumers having to pick up the tab for the higher cost of industrial space for retailers and couriers. To discuss this further, Leona Ahmed, Head of Real Estate at law firm Addleshaw Goddard, joined Share Radio Breakfast.
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Chris Bailey, Leona Ahmed


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