Plastic money is in and small change is out!

How we use money is always changing…

(The Penny has been a part of Sterling for centuries)

Goodbye to coppers?

The end of ‘paper’ money?

 
(The Australian Dollar was the first currency to use polymer)
(Will cash soon be a thing of the past?)

Saying goodbye to cash altogether?

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An in-depth look at the Qatar Rial (QAR)

An in-depth look at the Qatar Rial (QAR)

With the World Cup taking place in Qatar between November and December 2022, it’s the perfect opportunity to take a deeper dive into currency of the host nation. Below we’ll look at the history, the production and the economy that sit behind the Qatari Riyal. The Gulf Rupee was printed

In brief: What the UK Autumn Statement means for SME’s

In brief: What the UK Autumn Statement means for SME’s

Last week Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his Autumn Statement on the status of UK finances and announced a set of new economic policies. As we are all too aware, this was expected to be a sombre affair given the perilous state of the UK economy after Covid-19, the Ukraine War

Initial reflections on the US Mid-term elections

Initial reflections on the US Mid-term elections

Last Tuesday the US went to the polls in a set of major elections. Voters were choosing a new House of Representatives, a third of the Senators and many state-level offices.  Despite the President not being on the ballot, these elections received worldwide attention because their outcome could have a

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