David Reid writes for CNBC.com. He previously worked as a Television Producer on CNBC International's Squawk Box Europe, European Closing Bell and Worldwide Exchange. He has also led the production of special shows such as Decision Time. Prior to arriving in London, David was a business reporter for Radio New Zealand. He graduated from the University of Bath with a Masters in Business. A lifelong fan of Hibernian FC.
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