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Why has the British Chambers of Commerce increased its economic forecast for both this year and next, but downgraded its outlook for 2018?

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The Share Radio Evening Show

Why has the British Chambers of Commerce increased its economic forecast for both this year and next, but downgraded its outlook for 2018?
The British Chambers of Commerce has increased its economic forecast for both this year and next, but downgraded its outlook for 2018. The business body expects GDP to grow by 2.1% this year, up from the 1.8% it forecast just three months ago. However, it reported that uncertainty over our relationship with the EU, and higher inflation, will affect medium term growth. Suren Thiru, head of economics at the BCC spoke to Glen Goodman to talk about their Quarterly Economic Survey in more detail.
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Suren Thiru


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After several years of falling food prices, this trend finally looks set to reverse, with food and drink prices expected to increase over the next 12 months.

Glen Goodman
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The Share Radio Evening Show

 After several years of falling food prices, this trend finally looks set to reverse, with food and drink prices expected to increase over the next 12 months.
After several years of falling food prices, this trend finally looks set to reverse, with food and drink prices expected to increase over the next 12 months. Prestige Purchasing have just released their 2016 Food & Drink Inflation Report- to find out more Glen Goodman spoke to David Read, the CEO and founder of Prestige Purchasing.
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David Read


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Why are stock markets more likely to rise in December?

Glen Goodman
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Why are stock markets more likely to rise in December?
Historically, December has been the second strongest month of the year on average for stocks, a phenomenon known as the Santa Claus rally. Glen was joined by Colin Cieszynski, chief market strategist at CMC Markets.
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Colin Cieszynski


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My Portfolio with Lord Lee: Glen Fawcett of Concurrent Technologies

Glen Goodman
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Share Radio Afternoon

My Portfolio with Lord Lee: Glen Fawcett of Concurrent Technologies
This is My Portfolio with Lord Lee, our weekly look at investment decisions from the perspective of both the investor and the invested, side by side. As ever, our investor is weekly FT columnist Lord John Lee. He is also author of the book 'How to Make a Million Slowly: My Guiding Principles from a Lifetime of Successful Investing'. This week, Lord Lee's invested is Glen Fawcett, Managing Director at Concurrent Technologies. He joined Lord Lee and Share Radio's Glen Goodman in the studio.

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Discontent over pace of Brexit threatens Tory safe seat

Glen Goodman
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Share Radio Afternoon

Discontent over pace of Brexit threatens Tory safe seat
Tomorrow, voters go to the polls in Lincolnshire for the Sleaford and North Hykeham by-election. It came about due to the resignation of the Conservative MP Stephen Phillips, who was elected in 2015 with a 24,000 majority, so it may initially seem as though the seat will stay Tory. However, the constituency is very pro-Brexit, and as a result of slow Brexit negotiations, residents may stray away from their expected alliance. Share Radio's Glen Goodman spoke to John Curtice, Professor of Politics at the University of Strathclyde, for his thoughts on the by-election.

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May to publish Brexit strategy, TIME's Person of the Year, & more - with Chris Justham

Glen Goodman
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Share Radio Afternoon

May to publish Brexit strategy, TIME's Person of the Year, & more - with Chris Justham
Share Radio's Glen Goodman was joined on the line by Chris Justham, Relationship Manager at Seven Investment Management, for the biggest news shaping markets today. To begin with, Theresa May has announced she will publish her Brexit negotiating strategy before she activates Article 50, the trigger for Britain's departure from the EU - Glen and Chris discuss whether she'll deliver. They also tackle news that HSBC, Credit Agricole and JP Morgan Chase have been fined more than £400 million for their alleged participation in a cartel to manipulate a key European interest rate. And who is Time's Person of the Year? Tune in to find out.

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Drug bust: Pfizer fined for overcharging NHS

Glen Goodman
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Share Radio Afternoon

Drug bust: Pfizer fined for overcharging NHS
The pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has been fined a record £84m for charging the NHS too much for an anti-epilepsy drug. Share Radio's Glen Goodman spoke with Angus Macculloch, Senior Lecturer of EU & UK Competition Law at Lancaster University for some clarification on the issue. Namely, how is it the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) determined Pfizer had been overcharging? Are public institutions like the NHS prone to being overcharged in this way?

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The View from Westminster: Barnier on Brexit

Glen Goodman
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Share Radio Afternoon

The View from Westminster: Barnier on Brexit
It's our inside look at Westminster's corridors of power with Mike Indian, Senior Political Analyst at DeHavilland. Explored on today's show: EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier says that a deal on Brexit could be made by 2018, and possible outcomes and consequences of the Sleaford and North Hykeham by-election.

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Pearl Harbor: Japan's PM visits 75 years on

Glen Goodman
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Share Radio Afternoon

Pearl Harbor: Japan's PM visits 75 years on
Pearl Harbor was exactly 75 years ago today. And this year will be the first time a Japanese Prime Minister visits the scene of the surprise attack. Share Radio's Alex Clark reports.

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Ta-ta Tata? Talks underway to save UK plants

Glen Goodman
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Share Radio Afternoon

Ta-ta Tata? Talks underway to save UK plants
Talks are being held today between Tata Steel and trade union officials to see if a deal can be reached to save the Port Talbot steelworks and the other Tata plants throughout the UK. Share Radio's Glen Goodman was joined by Ian Greenwood, Associate Professor in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management at Leeds University, to discuss the future of Port Talbot, and the nature of the deal being proposed by trade union officials.

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