April 2006 - another exciting month.
Oil prices have been moving further up and investment opportunities popping up around the globe. A property developer has become a serious contender for the US presidency and the Panama canal is no longer the only thing Panama will be known for. And what's always exciting is the tech world. Tesla will commence its production and sale of the Model 3 allowing ever more people to enjoy the beautiful electric car. And if driving a fantastic car is not enough to make you happy, Cambridge University published a study that money does buy happiness - as long as your spending mathces your personality.
31 interesting days, ups and downs, and news flowing in from across the globe. Captain Finance has again enjoyed an interesting month and put together some of those interesting pieces.
Here are ten of the most memorable events of March 2016.
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30 days of interesting news from around the globe.
Here are some of the most memorable events of April 2016.
So what happened in April?
1.) An interesting map of where to find the best stock markets in terms of their evaluation. Many European stock markets offer great opportunities including the German DAX and the French CAC 40.
2.) Some are planning on creating a new country in the middle of Europe with no specific regulations - will that be another tax heaven?
3.) An example of becoming a millionaire simply through saving consistently.
4.) The fantastic world of beautiful electric cars: Worth an investment? Tesla's 3 might transform a niche firm into a fully fledged major competitor in the automobile sector (if all goes to plan that is).
5.) From property developer billionaire to serious presidential candidate - Donald Trump about to close the deal on his side of the political spectrum
6.) Known for its canal, Panama has also turned out to be an important hub for money - the Panama Papers.
7.) Money does buy happiness - if your spending matches your personality.
8.) The end of the 500 Euro banknote - the Euro Zone abolishes its largest note
9.) Has Apple become uncool? Carl Icahn sells his entire stake in Apple
10.) Brexit is still on people's mind as new research claims it might even put a bump into people's wallets.