DAILY WEALTH LETTER
a daily synopsis of wealth news that’s most relevant, timely and dependable
Compiled and edited by Ian Brodie of The Wealth Forums (www.thewealthforums.com)
NUMBER 232 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 2016
Goldman won business with prostitutes – court claim
Goldman Sachs exploited inexperienced staff at Libya’s sovereign wealth fund to clinch “inappropriate” deals which cost the fund $1.2 billion, lawyers at London’s High Court claimed on Monday. READ MORE:https://thewealthforums.com/
China building ghost cities
The massive building boom in the People’s Republic of China is creating outer signs of affluence, but there isn’t enough demand to put residents in the new homes. READ MORE: https://thewealthforums.com/
Europe’s north-south wealth gap widens
Wealth inequality in the eurozone is continuing to widen on the back of rapid rises in house prices in Germany while values in southern European countries lag behind, fresh research reveals. READ MORE:https://thewealthforums.com/
China-HK differences more than cosmetic
No matter where they’re doing business, most major multinational consumer brands have one strategy when it comes to politics: stay far, far away, Jing Daily reports. READ MORE:https://thewealthforums.com/
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