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News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe

News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe

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London, United States

Networks:

BBC

Description:

News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe

Language:

English


Episodes

End of the line?

6/24/2022
Felicity brings you the latest from the by-election counts in Wakefield and Tiverton. What will the result mean for Boris Johnson and his government? She also asks how listeners have managed during this week's rail strikes. And as Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone celebrates 25 years in print, Felicity chats to the publisher that made it happen.

Duration:00:54:02

Wake Up to Money: End of the line?

6/24/2022
Felicity brings you the latest from the by-election counts in Wakefield and Tiverton.

Duration:01:00:00

Ding Ding Round 2

6/23/2022
News and insight from the business world. Download the podcast via the BBC Sounds app.

Duration:00:56:03

Wake Up to Money: Ding Ding Round 2

6/23/2022
Sean finds out how businesses and commuters are coping on the second day of rail strikes.

Duration:01:00:00

The inflation affect

6/22/2022
News and insight from the business world. Download the podcast via the BBC Sounds app.

Duration:00:53:29

Wake Up to Money: The inflation affect

6/22/2022
Sean Farrington looks at the impact of inflation on businesses and consumers.

Duration:01:00:00

Rail fail

6/21/2022
Many thousands of commuters face travel disruption and a return to remote working today, with city centres expected to be emptier, after tens of thousands of RMT union members went on strike. Meanwhile the global CEO of media giant Paramount joins the programme to talk about why its joining the streaming wars.

Duration:00:53:09

Wake Up to Money: Rail fail

6/21/2022
News and insight from the business world.

Duration:01:00:00

Striking out

6/20/2022
There was no last-minute breakthrough between unions and industry bosses, meaning commuters and businesses will face a week of travel chaos from tonight. Meanwhile the Government has announced the changes it wants to see to the Buy Now, Pay Later sector.

Duration:00:54:05

Wake Up to Money: Striking out

6/20/2022
News and insight from the business world.

Duration:01:00:00

Counting the Cost

6/17/2022
Felicity Hannah examines new BBC research into the cost of living crisis hearing from consumers, businesses and listeners changing their spending habits.

Duration:00:52:12

Interesting Times

6/16/2022
Sean Farrington hears reaction to the US Fed decision and a look ahead to rate rises closer to home. Plus how will the train strike affect your journey to work.

Duration:00:51:35

Gas Price Gasp

6/15/2022
Sean Farrington discovers that world events are driving up the cost of gas here in the UK, and what's being done to stop long queues at airports this summer.

Duration:00:51:51

14/06/2022

6/14/2022
News and insight from the business world. Download the podcast via the BBC Sounds app.

Duration:00:52:14

Taking a look under the bonnet of the fuel market

6/13/2022
The UK competition watchdog looks to investigate the pricing of petrol and diesel - and whether the duty cut was passed on to drivers - while the Department for Business looks to reduce the influence of gas prices on electricity prices.

Duration:00:51:37

Growing pains

6/10/2022
As high petrol prices make at-home carers rethink their careers, Boris Johnson's speech in Blackpool suggested his Government's high tax-and-spend policies will end and the way out of current cost of living crisis is through economic growth.

Duration:00:51:54

Time to clean house?

6/9/2022
Boris Johnson is set to announce reforms to lending rules to increase home ownership in the UK as higher fuel and energy costs put pressure on household budgets. The same economic conditions have put more businesses off investing for the future, according to the latest British Chambers of Commerce UK economic forecast, which shows GDP is expected to contract.

Duration:00:53:18

Planes, Trains and Automobiles

6/8/2022
With travel disruption set to continue, Sean looks at the impact of rail strikes planned in June, and how changes to pilots' licences could make aviation staff shortages worse. He also hears what's behind job cuts at online car seller Cazoo, and what it means for the wider tech sector.

Duration:00:52:03

The Morning After the Vote Before

6/7/2022
As Boris Johnson wins a confidence vote of Conservative MPs, Sean asks what it means for economic policy. There's more on fuel price rises and travel disruption, and Sean looks at the big news from Silicon Valley, with Apple's latest launch and Elon Musk's Twitter takeover.

Duration:00:52:13

Travel Tribulations

6/6/2022
Sean looks at what's behind the latest air travel disruption, and how hospitality businesses fared during the jubilee bank holiday weekend. He also speaks to a company taking part in a major four-day week trial. Plus, Love Island is back - what can its brand partners expect as a new group of hopefuls heads to the villa?

Duration:00:52:51