Currency offers an incredible story of power, romance, revenge and international finance spanning three centuries - its issues could not be more timely… or terrifying!Currency is a debut novel that captures the reader with page-turning adventure while it addresses head-on today’s most pressing and intense global economic, military and political issues. Author L Todd Wood's real world experience on both Wall Street and at the center of the US Military Special Operations world combine with a love of history and command of current global issues to create an intense, gripping, timely story. Currency weaves the historical adventures of our US Founding Fathers who built the country's early economic structure, with current day hero Connor Murray. Connor unexpectedly finds himself thrust into a world shaped as much by greed, betrayal and violence as it by heroism, loyalty, love and the quest for personal peace. Fate forces Murray to navigate events that play out on the world stage. The United States' current economic weakness collides with its international rival's very real drive for economic, political and military power. This collision produces an intense drama and adventure that is as scary as it is possible amidst the world's current chaotic state of affairs. If you love a good adventure story then Currency is essential reading. If you're concerned about how the United States’ current economic challenges could play out for the country in a very real way then Currency will challenge and compel you. Discover Currency, the debut of a unique new author with tremendous promise.
Zimbabwe 10 Billion Dollars 2008, World inflation record, currency banknotes P85 by RBZ
Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe was a period of currency instability that began in the late 1990s shortly after the confiscation of private farms from landowners, towards the end of Zimbabwean involvement in the Second Congo War. During the height of inflation from 2008 to 2009, it was difficult to measure Zimbabwe's hyperinflation because the government of Zimbabwe stopped filing official inflation statistics. However, Zimbabwe's peak month of inflation is estimated at 79.6 billion percent in mid-November 2008. In 2009, Zimbabwe stopped printing its currency, with currencies from other countries being used. In mid-2015, Zimbabwe announced plans to have completely switched to the United States dollar by the end of 2015. Over the course of the five-year span of hyperinflation, the inflation rate fluctuated greatly. At one point, the US Ambassador to Zimbabwe predicted that it would reach 1.5 million percent. In June 2008 the annual rate of price growth was 11.2 million percent. The worst of the inflation occurred in 2008, leading to the abandonment of the currency. The peak month of hyperinflation occurred in mid-November 2008 with a rate estimated at 79,600,000,000% per month.
Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis
In 1971, President Nixon imposed national price controls and took the United States off the gold standard, an extreme measure intended to end an ongoing currency war that had destroyed faith in the U.S. dollar. Today we are engaged in a new currency war, and this time the consequences will be far worse than those that confronted Nixon. Currency wars are one of the most destructive and feared outcomes in international economics. At best, they offer the sorry spectacle of countries' stealing growth from their trading partners. At worst, they degenerate into sequential bouts of inflation, recession, retaliation, and sometimes actual violence. Left unchecked, the next currency war could lead to a crisis worse than the panic of 2008.Currency wars have happened before-twice in the last century alone-and they always end badly. Time and again, paper currencies have collapsed, assets have been frozen, gold has been confiscated, and capital controls have been imposed. And the next crash is overdue. Recent headlines about the debasement of the dollar, bailouts in Greece and Ireland, and Chinese currency manipulation are all indicators of the growing conflict.As James Rickards argues in Currency Wars, this is more than just a concern for economists and investors. The United States is facing serious threats to its national security, from clandestine gold purchases by China to the hidden agendas of sovereign wealth funds. Greater than any single threat is the very real danger of the collapse of the dollar itself.Baffling to many observers is the rank failure of economists to foresee or prevent the economic catastrophes of recent years. Not only have their theories failed to prevent calamity, they are making the currency wars worse. The U. S. Federal Reserve has engaged in the greatest gamble in the history of finance, a sustained effort to stimulate the economy by printing money on a trillion-dollar scale. Its solutions present hidden new dangers while resolving none of the current dilemmas.While the outcome of the new currency war is not yet certain, some version of the worst-case scenario is almost inevitable if U.S. and world economic leaders fail to learn from the mistakes of their predecessors. Rickards untangles the web of failed paradigms, wishful thinking, and arrogance driving current public policy and points the way toward a more informed and effective course of action.
The BCW Currency Top load Holder is perfect for storing modern US currency. The PVC used in BCW Top loads contains no plasticizers or stearates. Our high-quality PVC does not migrate and will not harm your currency while offering maximum protection and visual appeal. Use this holder to protect, store, and display your favorite bank notes.
How Global Currencies Work: Past, Present, and Future
A powerful new understanding of global currency trends, including the rise of the Chinese yuanAt first glance, the modern history of the global economic system seems to support the long-held view that the leading world power’s currency―the British pound, the U.S. dollar, and perhaps someday the Chinese yuan―invariably dominates international trade and finance. In How Global Currencies Work, three noted economists provide a reassessment of this history and the theories behind the conventional wisdom.Offering a new history of global finance over the past two centuries, and marshaling extensive new data to test established theories of how global currencies work, Barry Eichengreen, Arnaud Mehl, and Livia Chiţu argue for a new view, in which several national monies can share international currency status, and their importance can change rapidly. They demonstrate how changes in technology and in the structure of international trade and finance have reshaped the landscape of international currencies so that several international financial standards can coexist. They show that multiple international and reserve currencies have in fact coexisted in the pastupending the traditional view of the British pound’s dominance prior to 1945 and the U.S. dollar’s dominance more recently.Looking forward, the book tackles the implications of this new framework for major questions facing the future of the international monetary system, from whether the euro and the Chinese yuan might address their respective challenges and perhaps rival the dollar, to how increased currency competition might affect global financial stability.
20 (Twenty Pages) - BCW Pro 3-Pocket Currency Storage Page - Dollar Bill & Currency Collecting Supplies
BCW - The 20 (Twenty) count pack features our high quality polypropylene Pro 3-Pocket Currency Page. It's just the right size to start your album and add pages without buying a entire box! Please look for Ding Ring Collecting 3 Inch Album (Single) - COIN ALBUM (Sold Separately --------- The BCW Pro 3-Pocket Currency page is an acid free, archival quality product that is perfect for storing 3 1/2 x 8 currency. This product features high clarity and top loading pockets with strong welds. BCW Pro 3-Pocket pages fit all standard 3-ring binders and albums. Use the 3 pocket page to protect, store or dispaly your currency.
This poster summarizes the history of American paper money. The top row begins by showing a banknote issued by one of the colonies. It is followed by an example of Continental Congress currency used to finance the Revolutionary War. The United States government did not begin to print currency until 1862. During the interim, private banknotes were issued by states, cities, individual banks, and even private companies. Eight of these appear in the top row. The rest of the poster is devoted to official United States government currency. Many great designs were used before the introduction and adoption of the modern-day greenback design.
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