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Wall Street Update
Doug McIntyre of 27/7 Wall Street analyses Apple's share price drop
Germany Election: the Impact of Rising Rents
Ahead of Sunday's election, we hear why Germans are worried about rising rents. We get analysis from Jeremy Cliffe, Berlin bureau chief of The Economist. Also in the programme, we find out about Ryanair's latest attempts to solve its pilot crisis. The mayor of Uganda's capital Kampala has been arrested in the middle of a television interview. Nebert Rugadya of Radio One in Kampala tells us why. Plus as a French chef says he's decided to return his three Michelin stars, we talk to Stephen Terry, head chef of the Hardwick in Wales about why he refuses to let Michelin inspectors into his restaurant.
Tata and ThyssenKrupp Agree Steel Merger
The tie-up will lead to job losses, to be shared between the two companies. We get analysis from steel industry expert Jonathan Aylen of Manchester Business School. Also in the programme, we hear why Kenya's Supreme Court decided to cancel the result of last month's presidential election. We continue our series examining the health of the German economy ahead of Sunday's election, with a report from Munich. The OECD's chief economist, Catherine Mann, tells us that as more women enter the global workforce, it may be depressing pay levels. Plus, the authorities in Portugal's capital Lisbon have invested €12,000 in a luxury pigeon hotel. Joana Antunes helps to maintain the facility, and tells us why it was worth the expense.
Wall Street Update
Joe Saluzzi from Themis Trading reacts to the earthquake in Mexico and the day's trading
Toys R Us Files For Bankruptcy in US
The struggling retailer has filed for bankruptcy as it attempts to restructure its debts. We get analysis from toy expert Jim Silver of website TTPM.com. Also in the programme, as the US Federal Reserve meets to discuss the next move for interest rates, our regular economic commentator Roger Bootle of Capital Economics tells us what board members will be discussing. We have a report on moves by the Missionaries of Charity to trademark an item of clothing closely associated with Saint Teresa, formerly known as Mother Teresa of Calcutta. We hear about changes to health care provision in Angola. Plus we head to a beer festival in London to find out about the rise of micro-breweries.
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