Exchanging ideas - Artificial intelligence in trading

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Here, Alpesh Patel, Dealmaker at for the Department for International Trade talks to Marguerite Laferrère, Capital Markets Marketing Manager, London Stock Exchange about artificial intelligence in trading and how new technologies are making it easier for individuals to invest in capital markets.

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