Wake Up To Money

Wake Up To Money

Award-winning business, economic and personal finance news with Adam Parsons and Mickey Clark. Broadcast live every weekday morning at 5.15am on BBC Radio 5 live.

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  • BT & Supermarkets

    Thu, 7 May 15

    Duration:
    40 mins

    Available:
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    BT is currently splashing the cash...buying up the mobile network EE and increasing its spending on football rights. But what does its future hold? Plus where next for the supermarkets as Sainsbury's announces its first loss in a decade. Finally, it's like 1964 again as British acts take over the American music charts.

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  • Election & the Economy 06 May 15

    Wed, 6 May 15

    Duration:
    41 mins

    Available:
    6 days remaining

    On the last day of campaigning before the election we look at the parties' key policies affecting the economy and the pound in your pocket. Paul Johnson, Director of the leading economic think tank, the Institute for Fiscal Studies runs a slide rules across the numbers. And City experts look at the key election issues that could move business and the markets.

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  • HSBC & McDonalds 05 May 15

    Tue, 5 May 15

    Duration:
    42 mins

    Available:
    5 days remaining

    Will HSBC stay or will it go? Investors will be waiting for more signs that Britain's biggest bank is thinking seriously about leaving the UK when it updates the markets on its performance later; we have analysis from Singapore and London. McDonalds' new boss has admitted the competition's taken a big bite out of its business; we ask a management expert if his turnaround plan has what it takes. And Plaid Cymru tells us about their economic plans ahead of the general election.

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  • Mortgage Fees & AFC Bournemouth 04 May 15

    Mon, 4 May 15

    Duration:
    41 mins

    Available:
    4 days remaining

    The lowest headline mortgage rates can have fees as much as 60 per cent higher than the average, according to research seen by Wake Up to Money. We ask industry experts how to find the full facts. The Greens tell us about their economic plans ahead of this week's election. And as AFC Bournemouth is promoted to the Premier League we look at the club's rags to riches story with its former chairman.

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  • Banks and Boxing 01 May 15

    Fri, 1 May 15

    Duration:
    41 mins

    Available:
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    Lloyds has formed part of the election campaign, with the Conservatives setting out plans to sell the government's 20% stake in the bank. Today it reports its results, against a background of continuing legacy issues for all our major banks. We hear from the SNP on their plans for the economy and RBS in the latest in our series of election interviews, and Rico Hizon is live from Manila ahead of one of the biggest fights in boxing history.

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