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10th July, 2016

I got a nice lift eight days ago. It was over a week since the Brexit referendum and a few days after I had bought shares in Provident Financial, which had fallen by 25 per cent post-referendum.

Provident is a company I have followed on and off for more than 30 years. I came across it first during my early career in banking in London with two alumni of the former National Westminster Bank Group.

They were...

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