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As train fares in England, Wales and Scotland go up we ask who will be affected and where the money's going. New caps come into force from today on payday loans; we'll find out how the changes will affect both borrowers and lenders. The boss of the private equity trade body talks to us about the collapse ...
The rapid rise of discounters like Aldi and Lidl has made life uncomfortable for the UK's big supermarkets this year. In a special programme, Wake Up to Money talks to embattled bosses, savvy shoppers and retail gurus about the challenges facing the industry and what 2015 could bring.
The company that owns the collapsed delivery business City Link have said they will recover millions of pounds from its investment. While the fate of the company's workers will be determined tomorrow. We look at how City Link failed. Shares in the Athens stock market closed down almost 4 per cent yesterday ...
The Greek parliament will vote later this morning on whether to approve a new president for the country, as concerns grow of a fresh political crisis that could have big repercussions for the rest of the eurozone. And the boss of the company that owns City Link has said that he explored every possible ...
Is the taxpayer getting value for money as the government sells its stakes in some of Britain's biggest companies? We'll look at Lloyds Banking Group and ask whether shares were sold too cheaply in Royal Mail. The United States is opening talks that could lead to the end of a trade embargo over half ...
Russia's attempt to prop up its currency fails, as the value of the rouble continues to slide. Oil remains below sixty dollars a barrel in trading in Asia. We hear from Moscow and from the Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, Sir Jon Cunliffe, on whether developments pose a threat to the global financial ...
In a late night move, Russia raised interest rates to 17% in response to a collapse in the value of the rouble. The results of the Bank of England's stress tests are due later on Tuesday morning, and we consider whether the regulator will be taking an interest in BT's planned takeover of EE.
The price of oil dipped to a five year low overnight dipping close to sixty dollars a barrel for Brent Crude. We look at what's driving these falls and the impact on the global economy. A template for basic bank accounts which don't impose charges if a direct debit fails is agreed by the government and ...
Ed Sheeran says record companies aren't passing on enough money to the artists from music streaming services such as Spotify. However he believes without streaming his career would never have taken off. He also reacts to Taylor Swift's decision to not allow her music to only be sold and not streamed. ...
The Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Chris Leslie outlines Labour's plans for how it would reduce the deficit if it wins next year's general election. Plus the financial regulator has been investigating the selling of annuities in the 80's and 90's and find out which musicians have earned the most in 2014.
The government is to re-open its scheme to help homeowners cut their energy bills. But last time the money ran out in just 6 weeks - many think the money could run out even sooner this time around. The financial regulator is under pressure after wiping billions off the value of British insurers. And ...
The price of oil is continuing to fall - now at a 5 year low - more than 40 percent lower than in June earlier this year. But is it all good news for companies across the globe? We'll assess the risks in the global economy for 2015. Plus are small businesses being held back due to slow broadband speeds? ...
Protests against austerity have broken out in Italy and Greece this weekend ahead of an important meeting of European finance ministers. We look at just how much longer the eurozone can continue with austerity. The Bank of England has said that households can cope with interest rate rises now better ...
Description: The boss of Ryanair tells Wake up to Money that the Business Secretary doesn't know much about industry and engineering should be left to the Chinese. We ask the new Lord Mayor of London about the challenges in his intray - and the joys of his wine cellar. And the boss of Paperchase talks ...
Adam's live in Leeds this morning as Netto reopens in the UK in a joint venture with Sainsbury's to get a slice of the discount market. We talk to Netto's owner about his plans and whether the UK public is really ready for curried herring. As mortgage rates fall we look at the best deals and the link ...
In an exclusive interview the Duke of York tells Wake Up to Money that British businesses miss out on opportunities abroad because they're too polite. We find out how businesses are likely to react to the Republicans' gains in the US mid-term elections. Will Mark and Spencer's boss be dancing in the ...
As businesses learn if they could be liable to a mass of claims for backdated pay, Adam and Mickey ask whether holiday pay should also take into account how much overtime a person normally works. We hear from Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary who tells Wake up to Money how the company needed to change to ...
After the Virgin Galactic crash in the Mojave desert, Adam and Mickey consider the potential impact on the UK's growing space industry and as the so called Living Wage goes up by 20p, we discuss whether introducing it could actually harm a company. Plus, while we may be enjoying mild weather for this ...
Adam and David round up a troubled week for supermarket giant Tesco after admitting its multi million pound accounting errors.
The latest global trends in the business of insurance are explored in an interview with Lloyds of London plus we look at the financial benefits of major sporting events to Scotland's ...
In an exclusive interview on Wake Up to Money, the chair of the Parliamentary Business Committee Adrian Bailey tells Adam and David that Tesco's error over its profits guidance was "stratospheric".
Plus the former boss of Monarch Airlines reacts to news its staff are taking pay cuts - but will it help ...
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