After graduating with first class honours in economics from Lancaster University in 2006, Jamie spent a number of years as a private client equity dealer gaining front-line experience in the investment industry during the most fast paced and volatile period in financial history. Having acquired an insight from both professional and individual investors, Jamie joined Proactive’s growing editorial team in 2009.
A Millennial reboot of the X-files would perhaps see Mulder and Scully chase down Bitcoin miners that are apparently hogging all the world’s high performance microchips
Amazon could show a round of Premier League fixtures simultaneously online, if it wins broadcast rights in today's auction
Bitcoin's collapse easily outpaces Monday's equity sell-off in New York.
Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple are collapsing, teaching new traders a painful lesson.The question now is how many can now resist catching a falling knife
BT's package of Premier League fixtures are deemed to be 'slightly weaker', but, the total cost is now going to be less than many investors expected.
The new Numis forecast sees 2018 revenue at €243mln, up from €232mln, while the profit is anticipated at €35.7mln, from €34mln
The Binance system is expected to be back online in the coming hours
Fourth quarter earnings were ahead of Wall Street expectations while the improved revenue figure was in line with forecasts
What might be the motivation for Kosmos to list in London?
Soaring rights fees and push-back from consumers puts Sky Plc between a rock and a hard place - but, the Netflix threat means football is vital to the subscription broadcaster's proposition.
The run of positive well results may are de-risking and value-adding, but, there are signs that Horse Hill’s partner politics could be heading for a ‘coalition of chaos’.
Fracking is due to start at the Icewine-2 appraisal well on Saturday June 17.