Predator Oil & Gas, Vadim Alexandre on SkinBioTherapeutics and Glen Goodman on Bitcoin
Justin Waite
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12:17, 5th May 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Predator Oil & Gas, Vadim Alexandre on SkinBioTherapeutics and Glen Goodman on Bitcoin

Paul Griffiths, CEO of Predator Oil & Gas (PRD) FOLLOW discusses some of the highlights from their final results and outlines some milestones to come.

Predator Oil & Gas Holdings plc is listed on London Stock Exchange’s Main Market with a Standard Listing. The Company has assembled its portfolio of assets with the aim of becoming a more responsible fossil fuel company, focussing on gas, which has lower CO2 emissions than Oil, and on the sequestration of CO2 for enhanced oil recovery.

Vadim Alexandre, Head of Healthcare at SP Angel discusses SkinBioTherapeutics (SBTX) FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 17 minutes 50 seconds)

Glen Goodman, former ITV News Business correspondent and now author of, "The Crypto Trader", covers this week’s Bitcoin, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency news.

(Interview starts at 27 minutes 52 seconds)  

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