Oil prices rose this week on evidence on news that production from OPEC is falling, but an increase in drilling in the United States could keep a lid on prices.
Fergus Marcroft, Senior Advisor to investment bank Hannam & Partners, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to explain.
BT shares slumped as the telecoms giant warned again on profits following the Italian accounting scandal, Easyjet results softer on weak pound but strong Christmas sales for Dixons Carphone and posh tonic water company Fever-Tree bubbles along.
All the big company news of the day with Financial Times deputy companies editor Daniel Thomas and Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher.
A New Year means a new diet for many, but some of the most popular food fads may be causing more harm. To separate fact from fiction and get the scientific verdict Georgie was joined by nutritionist Dr Sarah Schenker.
This week financial heavyweights Lindsay Cook and Andy Webb from Be Clever with Your Cash enter the ring to fight for your rights in the financial world. They take on what exactly is going on with credit card rates and how can we avoid the hikes on interest. They also deliver the Sucker punch to direct debits.
Parliament must have a vote ahead of Brexit, according to the Supreme Court ruling, but is there anything that can block it? And why did the government appeal the initial ruling?
John Rentoul, chief political commentator at The Independent, talks through the political ramifications of the decision with Share Radio's Ed Bowsher.
STEM industries are set to grow at twice the national rate, according to a new 'Jobs of the Future' report. But with increased pressure on the sector to attract more women, they currently only make up just 19% of the workforce. Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to energy research engineer Claire Canning to see what it's like for women in the STEM industries.
Donald Trump's social media activity has been attracting a lot of attention - not least the markets. Previous posts aimed at companies saw billions wiped of company stock respectively. So is it possible to trade based on the President's tweets? One company looking to capitalise on this is 'Trigger'. Their app already provides real time advice to all levels of investors in reaction to world events... now, they've launched Trump Triggers reacting specifically to the President's remarks. Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to their co-founder Rachel Mayer.
Let’s to check in with the UK Money blogger community fresh from their Monday Twitter chat. Now every week, around 100 experts in all, take to the social media site to kick off the week and share experiences, tips and questions on anything money related. Last night they discussed planning your holiday. Joining Georgie in the studio was Lynn James - aka Mrs Mummy Penny.
The Supreme Court has ruled that the process of leaving the EU must be debated in Parliament before Article 50 is triggered. The vote was 8-3 and has unanimously ruled that UK ministers are not legally compelled to consult the devolved legislatures before triggering Article 50. We got some immediate reaction to the ruling with David Mundy, Partner and Parliamentary Agent, Government and Infrastructure from Bircham Dyson Bell.
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