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.the wealthforums.com)
NUMBER 237 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2016
HK’s richest man calls for more tax
Hong Kong’s richest man called for higher corporate taxes to help tackle wealth inequality and urged the government to think of ways of countering rising discontent among its younger residents by providing them with more opportunities. READ MORE: https://thewealthforums.com/
Aussies overtake Americans in personal wealth
The United States continues to show up in the top ten list of richest nations in the world, but private wealth creation in the country has been sluggish, a new report released on Tuesday showed. READ MORE: https://thewealthforums.com/
Currency float hits Africa’s top billionaire
Nigerian Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man according to Forbes, lost $3.7 billion of his net worth after the West African nation allowed its currency to trade freely without a peg to the U.S. dollar. READ MORE:https://thewealthforums.com/
Hong Kong most expensive
Hong Kong is now the most expensive place for foreign workers to live, while a weaker pound has helped make London slightly more affordable for expats in the city, according to a global survey. READ MORE:https://thewealthforums.com/
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