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BBC World Business Report

Analysis of the big global business and economic issues, as they affect consumers and investors. Broadcast on weekdays.

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  • WBR: EU vote to 'break up' Google 26 Nov 14

    Wed, 26 Nov 14

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    The European Parliament is set to vote on a proposal to break up Google to reduce its online dominance, splitting its search function from its other products and services. We talk to one of the MEPs behind the proposals, and an opponent from a US tech industry association. Also as oil prices tumble ahead of Thursday's keenly-watched OPEC meeting we ask why the people of India - one of the world's biggest oil importers - are failing to feel the benefits. European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker announces a 300bn-euro plan to attach "jump leads" to Europe's misfiring economic motor. And we pay tribute to former World Business Report presenter Sally Hardcastle, who has died at the age of 69.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 25 Oct 14

    Tue, 25 Nov 14

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    Joe Saluzzi from Themis Trading in New Jersey takes us through the US market news. Plus - Nigeria's central bank devalues it's currency. We find out why.

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  • WBR: US introduces menu calorie counts 25 Nov 14

    Tue, 25 Nov 14

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    Restaurants and shops in the United States are instructed to tell consumers how many calories are in their food. We ask if it's enough to reverse the country's obesity epidemic, and gauge the businesses reaction. Pope Francis has called his adopted continent - Europe - elderly and haggard, and a less important part of the world than it was. His speech to the European Parliament came after the latest report from the OECD suggested the weak eurozone economy posed a major threat to global growth. China says it wants to ban smoking in public places, but with 300 million smokers and a powerful tobacco lobby, it could be a tough job. And we hear how YouTube is investing millions of dollars in creating the social media stars of the future, by setting up professional studios to create the next money-spinning viral videos.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 24 Oct 14

    Mon, 24 Nov 14

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    A mainly positive day for US markets, but further energy price falls remain possible. Peter Jankovskis of Oakbrook investments in Chicago brings today's market report.

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  • WBR Terrorist ransom ban for insurers 24 Nov 14

    Mon, 24 Nov 14

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    Britain plans to ban insurance firms from covering ransoms paid to terrorist organisations in a bid to cut the amount of money Islamic State raises from kidnaps. Talks over Iran's nuclear programme fail to reach an agreement, which means sanctions are still in place, but we'll here how companies are lining up to invest in the country. Are there too many smartphone apps on the market? The BBC's Robert Champion went to the Apps World conference in London to find out if we have reached 'peak app'. Plus, as banks involved in the rigging or fixing of the foreign exchange market are forced to pay hefty fines, what is it actually like to work as a foreign exchange trader? Our regular commentator Lucy Kellaway reflects on her time in the profession and what she thinks has, and has not, changed.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 21 Nov 14

    Fri, 21 Nov 14

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    Wall Street reacts to a cut in US interest rates

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  • WBR: Copper mining in Zambia 21 Nov 14

    Fri, 21 Nov 14

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    We take a trip down a Zambian copper mine and talk to the industry's winners and losers in Africa's biggest copper producer. The BBC's Lucy Burton reports from deep inside the Mopani mine in Zambia's 'copper belt' and finds out about its impact on a neighbouring village. Also, we take a look back over the week in business and get the latest from the financial markets.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 20 Nov 14

    Thu, 20 Nov 14

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    As the US Congress continues to question representatives from Wall Street banks about exposing taxpayers to 'catastrophic' risks by dabbling in commodities, we hear from Pedro da Costa in Washington. He's a financial reporter for the Wall Street Journal who's following the hearing. And for the investor's view on all this we speak to Cary Leahey at Decision Economics in New York.

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  • WBR: Banks criticised for 'exploiting' metals 20 Nov 14

    Thu, 20 Nov 14

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    The US Congress grills Wall Street banks for exposing taxpayers to 'catastrophic' risks by dabbling in commodities like oil and aluminium. Also computer experts warn a Russian website is accessing web cameras in homes and offices around the world and broadcasting live images. And can Turkmenistan provide the answers to Europe's gas headache?

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 19 Nov 14

    Wed, 19 Nov 14

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    As the US central bank releases a record of its key monthly policymaking meeting, we ask Doug McIntyre at the financial website 24/7 Wall Street for the reaction on the US market. Also as former Landsbanki chief executive Sigurjon Arnason is sentenced to a year in jail for manipulating the bank's share price, we hear from Tryggvi Adi Bjornsson, a news reporter for Icelandic National Radio in Reykjavik.

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  • WBR: China bids for greater internet role 19 Nov 14

    Wed, 19 Nov 14

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    China has held its first ever World Internet Conference. We hear what the country famous for its 'Great Firewall' might want to achieve. Also, as oil giant Shell wins a case against the Indian government over tax, what kind of a precedent does it set for other multinationals operating there? Plus, more from the BBC's Lucy Burton in Zambia, and a look at the devastating effects the HIV virus continues to have on the southern African country. Also we talk to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation about how people can be encouraged to eat more healthily and what role international business should play. And the British space team hoping to raise hundreds of millions through crowd-funding for a mission to the moon.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 18 Nov 14

    Tue, 18 Nov 14

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    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called a snap election following news the country has fallen back into recession. We ask Joe Saluzzi from Themis Trading in New Jersey if there has been a ripple effect back in the United States.

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  • WBR: Where now for Zambia? 18 Nov 14

    Tue, 18 Nov 14

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    The people of Zambia will go to the polls in the New Year to elect a successor to former President Michael Sata. The BBC's Lucy Burton reports from the copper-rich country and hears from those who don't feel they've shared in Zambia's growing wealth. She also speaks to Zambian finance minister Alexander Chikwanda. Also as the US Senate prepares to vote on whether to approve the final stretch of the Keystone XL pipeline, we hear from one end of it - the Canadian province of Alberta, whose tar sands provide huge quantities of oil at what many argue is an unacceptably high environmental cost.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 17 Nov 14

    Mon, 17 Nov 14

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    How has the recession in Japan affected the US markets? We hear from Peter Jankovskis at Oakbrook Investments in Chicago. Plus - what does the plane of the future look like? Airbus thinks it could be a donut.

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  • WBR: Bird flu scare reaches Europe, 17 Nov 14

    Mon, 17 Nov 14

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    A "highly contagious" strain of bird flu is found at a poultry farm in the Netherlands, and it could be linked to other recent cases in the UK and Germany - European officials meet to discuss ways of containing the spread. Japan's economy slips back into recession - what does it mean for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his flagship economic policy 'Abenomics'. Twenty-five years since the velvet revolution in Czechoslovakia, we find out why people in the Czech Republic are out demonstrating rather than cheering, amid concerns about closer ties with Russia. Plus, we put science fiction writing to the test, assess the accuracy of the technological predictions in the TV series Knight Rider. And talking of predictions, our regular commentator Lucy Kellaway has an issue with them, particularly when they come from management consultants.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 14 Nov 14

    Fri, 14 Nov 14

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    Exxon, Microsoft and Virgin America's public trading debut - the latest from Doug McIntyre at financial advisors, 24/7 Wall St

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  • WBR: Germany's economy stutters 14 Nov 14

    Fri, 14 Nov 14

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    Eurozone growth remains weak as its biggest economy, Germany, only just avoids slipping into recession. We speak to the voice of German business and a senior government official to ask what's going wrong. Plus, as economic output in Italy shrinks again, we hear why the government there wants to make it easier for companies to hire and fire workers. We speak to the five-year-old British boy who has become the youngest computer specialist in the world, and we take a look back at a week of banking fines, landmark climate change deals, and a row over eggs and mayonnaise.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 13 Nov 14

    Thu, 13 Nov 14

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    Falling oil prices and Warren Buffet's firm moves on Duracell - the market reaction from Cary Leahy at Decision Economics

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  • WBR: Ebola clinical drug trials to start 13 Nov 14

    Thu, 13 Nov 14

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    The medical charity, MSF, says it will host clinical trials of new Ebola treatments in West Africa. We speak to Dr Peter Horby, from Oxford University, who is leading one of the trials. Oil firm Royal Dutch Shell was aware of pipeline problems years before a major oil spill in Nigeria, according to court documents seen by the BBC. Amazon seeks experts to develop a drone-based delivery service in the UK, but can it legally get off the ground? We speak to Airbus, one of the firms behind comet lander Philae, and we have a special report on a $40bn project to protect Jakarta from flooding, which has faced opposition from environmental campaigners and local fishing groups.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 12 Nov 14

    Wed, 12 Nov 14

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    Doug McIntyre at the financial website 24/7 Wall Street talks through how news of the forex bank fines had been received and disappointing retail results.

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  • WBR: Banks fined for currency fixing 12 Nov 14

    Wed, 12 Nov 14

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    Six banks have been collectively fined more than $4.1bn over their traders' attempted manipulation of foreign exchange rates. We ask former regulator Mark Burman whether the fine will make a difference to how the banks operate. Also the US and China strike an unexpected climate deal. Beijing based climate expert Tao Wang tells us it's a breakthrough - as US economist Irwin Stelzer argues the summit in Beijing shows the Chinese see themselves in the ascendancy in world affairs. And Maddy Savage in Stockholm tells us about Sweden's bid to become the first fully cashless society.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 11 Nov 14

    Tue, 11 Nov 14

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    The latest on the U.S markets with Joe Saluzzi from Themis Trading in New Jersey

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  • WBR: US and China Trade Deal 11 Nov 14

    Tue, 11 Nov 14

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    A trade deal between the US and China is described as a breakthrough, but there is still so much mistrust on both sides. We'll talk to a supporter and a critic of the US and China's trading relationship. Also, the American football league NFL wants to expand internationally. But bosses say it won't be easy. We'll hear why a judge could decide what should be in mayonnaise. Finally, there's passion and drama at the Rome Opera as workers protest over cost-cutting and job losses.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 10 Nov 14

    Mon, 10 Nov 14

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    President Obama has called for the internet to be regulated as if it were a public utility company. He said all internet traffic should be treated equally. Tim Fernholz from Quartz magazine explained to us what the president's comments mean. And Peter Jankovskis from OakBrook Investments in Chicago told us what was the impact of the news on tech stocks.

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  • WBR: 'Too Big To Fail' bank rules unveiled 10 Nov 14

    Mon, 10 Nov 14

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    New rules, we're told, should mean no more bank bailouts. We hear from their author, Bank of England governor Mark Carney, and ask whether the plan will really make a difference. Spain's richest region has voted in favour of independence. Madrid says the vote is illegal, but many Catalans say they won't give up. We ask if they are ever likely to get their way. Also in the programme, we delve into Scandinavian folkore to find out why Denmark is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars researching trolls. Plus our regular commentator Lucy Kellaway explains why she thinks manicures shouldn't be used as a recruiting tool.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 07 Nov 14

    Fri, 7 Nov 14

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    There's been good news about the US jobs market.The number of people in employment in the US grew by two-hundred-and-fourteen-thousand in the month of October. It's the tenth month in a row there's been a rise in the number of workers. James Lebenthal of Lebenthal Asset Management explained what the financial markets made of the news.

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  • WBR: Russia's currency slides 07 Nov 14

    Fri, 7 Nov 14

    Duration:
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    Russia's currency - the rouble - continues to fall. We ask what the country can do as it continues to face sanctions over its involvement in eastern Ukraine, as well as falling oil prices. More than 400 internet sites only accessible via the 'dark web' have been closed down in an international operation to combat cybercrime - we speak to the head of the operation. Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, we hear how former East Germany is doing economically. And we discuss the week's biggest business stories with Helen Thomas from the Wall Street Journal in London, and David Freedman from The Atlantic in Boston.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 06 Nov 14

    Thu, 6 Nov 14

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    There's a feeling on Wall Street that as oil prices sink, life will get easier for American households. That helps explain why New York shares rose on Thursday. Cary Leahey from Decision Economics in New York told us more.

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  • The Effects of Falling Oil Prices 6 Nov 14

    Thu, 6 Nov 14

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    28 mins

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    "We're concerned. But it's not time to panic." That's the message from OPEC secretary general, Abdulla el-Badri, as the price of oil continues to slide. World Business Report hears from oil producers in Vienna and an oil expert in London, as well from the US on its own energy revolution. There's more controversy over secretive corporate tax deals, this time in Luxembourg. In Catalonia voters are preparing for a controversial referendum on independence from Spain - we hear from Barcelona on what it might mean for the region and the country. And finally... do women pay more for men for exactly the same consumer items. Our reporter investigates whether there really is an "invisible tax" on women.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 05 Nov 14

    Wed, 5 Nov 14

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    Wall Street has closed at a record high following mid-term election results in the US which are seen as a setback for President Obama.

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  • WBR: Republicans Win Midterm US Elections 5 Nov 14

    Wed, 5 Nov 14

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    Why US voters turned against President Obama, and what it might mean for their economy. India's new prime minister makes big promises on foreign investment, but big business needs convincing. We have a report from the World Economic Forum in Delhi. Should you invest in your local wind farm? With renewable energy investment schemes ramping up, we ask Andrew Simms from the New Economics Foundation whether it's a good idea. Also in the programme, how revolution in Tunisia failed to bring prosperity. Plus, if you like cycling to work while listening to music, should you be banned from doing so?

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 04 Nov 14

    Tue, 4 Nov 14

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    Traders react to an oil price fall but are awaiting the outcome of the US mid-term election result.

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  • WBR: Britain's Intelligence Service Blasts US Tech Firms 4 Nov 14

    Tue, 4 Nov 14

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    The head of Britain's spying agency claims tech firms are in denial over how extensively their sites are used by terrorists. Americans vote in the mid term elections - we ask if Obama's Democrats can persuade voters they had a hand in the improving economy. We analyse with economist Roger Bootle exactly who is affected by oil price falls. Plus, India's highest court orders unions to allow female make-up artists to work in Bollywood. Finally, we ask why pop singer Taylor Swift has removed so much of her music from popular streaming service Spotify.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 03 Nov 14

    Mon, 3 Nov 14

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    Oil prices took a sharp plunge on Monday, falling to their lowest level since June 2012. Peter Jankowskis from Oakbrook Investments in Chicago says it's a sign of a weakening global economy.

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  • WBR: HSBC set for big FX fine 3 Nov 14

    Mon, 3 Nov 14

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    Europe's largest bank HSBC has put aside almost $400 million to cover legal settlements relating to allegations it manipulated currency markets. There are protests in Ireland over plans to charge customers for water. And in America, voters in Oregon and Colorado are to decide whether foods with genetically modified - or GM - content should be labelled in the shops.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 31 Oct 14

    Fri, 31 Oct 14

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    Japan's central bank announces a surprise round of quantitative easing, so has Abenomics worked? We get the views of Shihoko Goto, associate of the Asia Program at the Woodrow Wilson Center think tank in Washington. Plus the US market report with Jim Lebanthal at Lebanthal Asset Management in New York.

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  • WBR: Japan boosts QE 31 Oct 14

    Fri, 31 Oct 14

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    Japan's central bank announces a significant expansion of its monetary stimulus programme, vowing to pump even more money into the country's faltering economy. We ask whether it will be enough to win the fight against deflation, which Tokyo policy-makers have been waging for almost two decades. Plus, we gain a rare insight into the tech scene - of sorts - in North Korea with our correspondent in Seoul, Steve Evans. And, as Halloween darkness falls, we dare to venture into the eerie, gruesome, yet lucrative world of 'dark tourism'.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 30 Oct 2014

    Thu, 30 Oct 14

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    We get a comment from US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on the positive US GDP numbers. Cary Leahy from Decision Economics tells us about the best performers of the day on Wall Street, Visa and Mastercard. And we get an update on the deal signed between Russia, Ukraine and the European Commission to secure gas supplies.

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  • WBR: Greek Stocks Fall on Banking Worries 30 Oct 14

    Thu, 30 Oct 14

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    Shares in banks across southern Europe, particularly in Greece, take another tumble on concerns about their financial strength. We ask whether investors are right to be worried. It's a much rosier picture in the US, where the economy grew more than economists were expecting. Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, publicly acknowledges his sexuality, saying he's "proud to be gay". We talk to Suki Sandu, head of the gay and lesbian business network OUTstanding, and ask whether sexual orientation matters in the business world. Plus, we're in Baghdad to assess the damage done to Iraq's economy by the war against IS, and we ask whether a simple "thank-you" from your boss would be enough to make you feel happier at work, rather than a pay-rise. That's the verdict of Gus O'Donnell, who's heading up a new government centre of wellbeing in the UK.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 29 Oct 14

    Wed, 29 Oct 14

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    How did Wall Street react to the Federal Reserve calling time on its quantitative easing programme? We speak to Doug McIntyre at the New York financial website 24/7 Wall Street.

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  • WBR: Fed Ends US Financial Stimulus 29 Oct 14

    Wed, 29 Oct 14

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    The US central bank prepares to wind up the biggest ever economic stimulus programme. Two Federal Reserve insiders - Randy Kroszner and Andrew Huszar - tell us how the bank spent trillions and trillions of dollars. Did it really save the world from financial armageddon? Also in the programme, Zambia's president, Michael Sata, has died. We talk to Zambian economic consultant Oliver Saasa about his economic legacy. And we're in Mexico City, recently judged one of the worst places in the world to be a woman using public transport. Plus, digital detox: our technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones goes cold turkey for a data-free day.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 28 Oct 14

    Tue, 28 Oct 14

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    Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading in New Jersey rounds up a positive day for US markets and explains why some are hoping that the Fed will change course and continue its economic stimulus programme.

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  • WBR: Corruption scandal hits Spain 28 Oct 14

    Tue, 28 Oct 14

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    The prime minister says sorry, but how might Spain's international reputation be struck? Also in the programme, we have a report on how Luxembourg came to be a global centre for business and finance, and ask Nicolas Mackel, who heads up the government agency which develops the country's financial sector whether it is a tax haven for multinational corporations. Plus we talk to cheesemakers in Normandy about why they smell trouble ahead. And, tweet dreams, we talk to Dan Stowell, the developer of a mobile phone app aiming to identify birds through their song.

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  • WBR: Wall Street Update 27 Oct 14

    Mon, 27 Oct 14

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    The latest on disappointing Twitter results, and mediocre stock market trading.

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