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Past articles by Dave:

The 80s finance comedy you should watch instead of ‘Trading Places’

Swap an outdated movie with open outcry pits and blackface for film history’s greatest advisory satire → Read More

The Lib Dem manifesto: five takeaways for the City

UK's fourth-largest political party published its general election pledges on Wednesday → Read More

Review: Why George Soros is more than just a rich guy

The former hedge fund manager who broke the Bank of England is a true polymath → Read More

Shadow Treasury minister Anneliese Dodds: ‘The City does not want a bonfire of regulations’

The Labour MP on tax avoidance, the party’s Brexit policy and politicians with short memories → Read More

Pimco’s Ivascyn says US-China trade war deal ‘very hard to come by’

Dan Ivascyn, group chief investment officer at Pimco, expects the Fed will cut rates again in 2019 and said there is a one-third chance of a 2020 recession → Read More

FN Money Masters: Top fund managers on where to invest now

Elite asset managers tackle 2019's toughest investing questions from Brexit to Trump → Read More

Review: Champagne-spraying celebs lift 1MDB documentary

‘The PM, the Playboy and the Wolf of Wall Street’ is eye-popping but not as good as the book → Read More

Tech companies are everywhere in the market, says Allianz GI’s Macdonald

The chief investment officer, global equities insists ‘we don't see the world in MSCI sectors’ → Read More

Rob Arnott: Faang is out, Fanmag is in — and it is a bubble

Research Affiliates partner and chairman argues that Microsoft belongs in a category with fast-growing tech stocks → Read More

Ann Pettifor makes the case for the Green New Deal

The left-wing economist on reshaping finance — and Bob Geldof’s swearing → Read More

Labour to fight nationalisation battles in court

‘We will attempt to choose the grounds on which the first legal contest will take place… We need to win it’, says shadow cabinet member → Read More

Inside the network driving Jeremy Corbyn’s plans to shake up finance

How radical left-wing think tanks developed the plan menacing the City — and why it is not going away → Read More

‘Growing consensus’ behind a second referendum, says Labour’s Brexit chief

Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer rejected the idea that the Supreme Court’s decision on Tuesday could signal a more interventionist court that might impede Labour’s own plans → Read More

‘Huge number’ of smaller finance companies not ready for Brexit, says MEP

Speaking at a Labour Party conference fringe event, Neena Gill cautioned that Brexit-related job cuts in financial services would be felt not only in London → Read More

Robert Shiller’s latest prediction? A data revolution

The Nobel Prize-winning economist says new tools give researchers the power to learn not just from data, but from stories → Read More

Hustlers finds perfect victim in greedy bankers

Film about striptease artists ripping off financiers concedes too much moral high ground → Read More

How to talk to your kids about Marxism

Stolen, by the New Statesman's economics editor, is a paean to democratic socialism that is weak on detail but difficult to dismiss outright → Read More

Here are the 17 Goldman Sachs bankers charged over the 1MDB scandal

The Asian country's government wants prison sentences of up to 10 years if the individuals are convicted → Read More

Top GAM shareholder seeks damages from ousted fund manager Haywood

Krupa Global Investments demands that Tim Haywood pay compensation for reputational damage → Read More

Funding Circle fiasco dents fintech IPO ambitions

The collapse of the peer-to-peer lender’s share price has soured the environment for hotly tipped IPO candidates → Read More