Negative interest rates, bond ladders and the US presidential contest – Ben Judge takes a look at what’s inside this week’s MoneyWeek magazine.
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On this day in 1690, the Massachusetts colony began circulating the first paper money on North America, printed to finance England’s war against France.
On this day in 1884, after five years of hard slog, the first volume of the Oxford English Dictionary was published. It contained all the words from A to Ant.
Robot cars, the case for and against Brexit, and a plea to help save capitalism – Ben Judge looks at what’s inside this week’s edition of MoneyWeek magazine.
On this day in 1606, the trial of Guy Fawkes and his co-conspirators began, accused of high treason by trying to blow up the king and parliament.
On this day in 1947, Thomas T Goldsmith and Estle Ray Mann submitted a patent application for their “Cathode Ray Tube Amusement Device” – the world’s first video game.
After another thrilling week, with UK stocks hitting bear territory, and oil getting cheaper and cheaper, Ben Judge takes a look at the main stories in this week’s MoneyWeek magazine.
On this day in 1971, the 350-metre high concrete transmitting tower known as the Emley Moor Mast was opened, becoming Britain’s tallest “freestanding structure”.
This week in MoneyWeek magazine, we take a closer look at what has sent the markets into a panic, says Ben Judge – and much more.
On this day in 2005, the ESA’s Huygens probe landed on the frozen surface of Titan, one of Saturn’s moons.