Michel Pireu Columnist

Stanley Druckenmiller and George Soros famously "broke the Bank of England" when they shorted the pound in 1992, reputedly making more than $1bn, in what came to be known as Black Wednesday.

"Probably nothing explains our relationship and what I've learned from him more," Druckenmiller told his audience in a speech at The Lost Tree Club years later.

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