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My name is Martin Rise and I have been working as a stock market trader in Boston for most of my career.
My name is Martin Rise and I have been working as a stock market trader in Boston for most of my career.

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“an hour of magical parking” (CC BY-ND 2.0) by {Guerrilla Futures | Jason Tester} The past 12 months have seen uncertainty emerge in the world of business and across the global economy in general, with Brexit and Donald Trump’s presidential election…
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In March men and women UK side will be placing a bet on the Cheltenham races. The weekend brings with it fun, fashion and plenty of opportunity to win a cracking jackpot. Improve your chances of choosing a winner this year by using our handy guide. Save…
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Co-op Bank has agreed to pump millions into the pension scheme of the Britannia Building Society.
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Brexit vote was Bank’s ‘Michael Fish moment’.
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Back in the summer of 2008, Alistair Darling, chancellor of the exchequer, said that Britain’s economic conditions were “arguably the worst they have been for 60 years”.
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With just over two weeks to go before the deadline there are some things you need to bear in mind.
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A French drive to curb large-scale tax fraud received a setback yesterday when a court acquitted Guy Wildenstein, the head of one of the world’s biggest art dynasties, of avoiding €550 million in taxes.
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How rich would you be if you picked the best share performer every day? Ross Clark gets out his crystal ball.
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Exchange traded funds, or ETFs, are a growing force in global stock markets. We set out what you need to know.
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The tiny crafts shop at the end of Southwold High Street doesn’t have much in common with an Amazon warehouse or flagship store on Regent’s Street. It is mainly run by volunteers, for a start.
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