If Wealth Won Medals, Which Country Would Win the Money Games?
LONDON, August 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
With the on-going financial crisis and more economies entering recession, which countries would win the medals if they were awarded to the world's richest? Spread betting account provider Capital Spreads took a look...
The results from our study showed that Qatar would be the Usain Bolt of the Money Games with an incredible $102,943, followed respectively by Luxembourg and Singapore in the silver and bronze medal positions.
In light of the economic announcements in 2012, perhaps we shouldn't be too surprised by the lack of EU representation with only Luxembourg making it to the podium.
If you were expecting to see the UK here, how surprised are you that they came 22nd with $36,090? We'd love to hear your feedback on Twitter @capitalspreads.
Capital Spreads is a trading name of London Capital Group Ltd (LCG) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.
SOURCE Capital Spreads
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