"What were you doing on Black Monday?" I asked the chairman of the improbably-sized investment company Prandeamus Asset Management when I dropped by to see him this week. "You'll have to be a bit more specific as we've had a few over the years," he replied.
"Still, I presume you don't mean the one in 1209 when a group of 500 settlers from Bristol were massacred in Dublin by warriors of the Gaelic O'Byrne clan. "Or indeed the one in 1360 when inclement...
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