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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Commentary: What Britain’s new Prime Minister could mean for UK markets

Commentary: What Britain’s new Prime Minister could mean for UK markets

Yesterday the Queen appointed Liz Truss as Prime Minister. Following a brutally contested leadership contest which saw senior members of Britain’s governing party tear chunks out of each other and their shared party’s legacy, Truss won with 57% of the vote. Below we’ll take a look at what our new Prime

Pounds, Lira and Shekels Old & New: the multiple currencies of Israel

Pounds, Lira and Shekels Old & New: the multiple currencies of Israel

The State of Israel was founded over 74 years ago in May 1948. In that time it has seen several economic crises, with many of its oldest citizens having been through four separate official currencies in their lifetime. Below we’ll take a look at the different currencies that have been

The Big Idea: Where does money come from?

The Big Idea: Where does money come from?

The value of money is an idea instilled within everyone from a young age. We are taught that we should get a good education and work hard so that we can earn enough money to live our lives how we choose.  But often we don’t question why this is important. 

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