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Daily Wealth Letter from The Wealth Forums 22 July 2016

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Ian Brodie

Ian Brodie

Daily Wealth letter

a daily synopsis of the wealth news that’s most relevant, timely and dependable

Compiled and edited by Ian Brodie of The Wealth Forums (www.thewealthforums.com)

NUMBER 259  FRIDAY,  JULY 22,  2016

Rothschild’s problems get worse

The troubles of the Rothschild family have taken a turn for the worse as the French government has announced it’s looking into the family’s banking operations in Switzerland. In 2015, the French government indicted David de Rothschild on account of fraud and alleged embezzlement of mass sums of money belonging to British pensioners, but the banker went to ground in one of his many boltholes and the authorities have failed to find him.  READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/07/22/rothschilds-problems-get-worse/

Norway makes money from Pokemon craze

Norwegians should be happy about the arrival of Pokémon Go – not only because they seem to be the most active players of the game in Scandinavia. The Norwegian sovereign wealth fund, the largest of its kind in the world, has made big bucks from the Pokémon Go hype.  READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/07/22/norway-makes-money-pokemon-craze/

Mexico welcomes wealth transparency move

Anti-corruption activists vigorously applauded new laws signed by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto this week that will require public servants to disclose their financial assets, interests and tax payments for the first time in the nation’s history.  READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/07/22/wealth-transparency-move-welcomed-mexico/

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