Financing The World By Keith Hollender + 5 Free Shares

Not a lot has changed in the world of money since, the 1960s musical Cabaret with Liza Minnelli whether it be good old cash, credit cards or even cryptocurrency now, the saying is still true ‘Money makes the world go round’. The world of finance has often been a bit mysterious but it affects all of us whether we like it or not and this superb hardback book entitled Financing The World provides a history of the development of international fi nance and focuses on the events and entrepreneurs that shaped the world of finance we know today. It describes the period of initial industrialisation and the regular stock market crashes that accompanied it with tales of financial skulduggery, innovation and the people behind it all. Alongside this colouful history is an equally colourful world of collecting the superbly printed bonds and share certifi cates that were issued to fi nance some of the greatest projects affecting our lives today: the building of the railways, mining, financing the American Civil War and the rebuilding of Germany after the Second World War. This wonderfully illustrated book opens up the world of collecting old bonds and share certificates and places them in their historical setting to better understand how the world of finance has changed very little over time but much can be learned from the past. Why not start a collection of old bonds and share certificates with this fantastic offer. We are not going to charge you the £25 that the book was published at, no that wouldn’t be right, we are going to charge you £19.95 but wait… we are going to get your collection started by throwing in FIVE beautifully engraved original historical share certificates FREE OF CHARGE so you get the book plus FIVE original share certificates for the price of just £19.95.
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Financing the World by Keith Hollender Hardback, 174 pages, well illustrated throughout in full colour. This book is a superb history of the development of international finance and focuses on the events and entrepreneurs that shaped the world of finance we know today. It describes the period of initial industrialisation and the regular stock market crashes that accompanied it with tales of financial skulduggery, innovation and the people behind it all. Alongside this colouful history is an equally colourful world of collecting the superbly printed bonds and share certificates that were issued to finance some of the greatest projects affecting our lives today: the building of the railways, mining, financing the American Civil War and the rebuilding of Germany after the Second World War. This wonderfully illustrated book opens up the world of collecting old bonds and share certificates and places them in their historical setting to better understand how the world of finance has changed very little over time but much can be learned from the past.