Major broadcasters, including the BBC, have called on him a number of times to provide expert comment on the markets in radio interviews.
He has extensive experience in business journalism, having previously worked for trade magazine publisher and exhibitions organiser Miller Freeman. He is a BA Honours graduate in Radio, Film and Television.
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This strong demand is partly due to the normal fundamentals, but Covid-19 is definitely also a major factor.
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