Business Breakfast with OANDA on Jazz FM

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OANDA Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam joins Michael Wilson on Jazz FM’s Business Breakfast to discuss all the market headlines. This morning they discuss markets, trade war, sterling, US/UK trade deal, Brexit, National Grid, Sirius Mining and Thomas Cook.

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