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Where now for NMC Health as share price tumbles?

Shares in the FTSE 100-listed hospital operator have fallen more than 30% since Tuesday, after US-based short-seller Muddy Waters waded in and accused the company of mismanagement and manipulating its balance sheet.

How to short commodities

If you have a keen interest in trading commodities, you’ll know that markets are easily affected by unpredictable events. That’s when many traders look for short-selling opportunities. Read on to learn about shorting commodities.

How to buy and short Metro Bank shares

Metro Bank is the first UK high street bank to launch in over 100 years, but it has had a tumultuous beginning. If you’re interested in buying and shorting Metro Bank shares, you can learn more in this step-by-step guide.

How to profit from downward markets and falling prices

When the market starts to fall, some investors start to panic. But there are so many ways to take advantage of downward markets that there’s no need to make a move out of fear. Keep calm and learn how to trade falling prices.

What is ethical and sustainable investing?

With growing interest in ethical and sustainable practices – including gender equality and veganism – we take a look at how individuals and companies are actively seeking to ensure their investments have an impact.

Brexit-proof investments and trading opportunities

The future of Brexit is unknown, but investors and traders need to be proactive if they are to avoid any sudden shocks. We explain how to Brexit-proof your investment portfolio and outline some trading ideas.

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