Well, sort of.
This might just surprise you.
Here are 17 of the strangest laws from around the world
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The Z/Yen Group has published its tenth Global Financial Centres Index, which covers 75 financial centres.
Here's some links to a few interesting Bloomberg, Der Spiegel, Independent and Reuters stories currently doing the rounds.
In case you missed them, here are last week's top stories.
US regulators have warned credit rating agency Standard & Poor's they are considering taking action over its rating of mortgage-backed investments ahead of the 2008 financial meltdown.
Well here's one firm determined that it will see no repeat of what happened in 2008.
A former City trader was sentenced to 19 months in prison on Thursday for his part in an insider trading scam involving multiple mobile phones, clandestine meetings in City pubs and payment for a luxury car and holiday.
Lord Green, the man who headed HSBC during the period when its Swiss bank helped wealthy customers dodge millions in tax, said he was “plainly not” asleep at the wheel in fresh extracts from his first public comments since the scandal broke.
The strategies that worked the last time the Fed raised rates could be very risky this time around, one bond guru warns.