Competition: win David Graeber’s “Debt: the First 5000 Years”
I’ve not read David Graeber’s “Debt: the First 5000 Years” yet – an anthropological investigation into the origins of money and debt – but have had it highly recommended to me and the reviews on Amazon suggest it’s a staggering original work. So I’ve bought a job lot for the team, and 10 extras for you to win in today’s competition.
Question: Denmark yesterday cut official interest rates on its certificates of deposit. To what level?
Please submit your answer by 5pm on Thursday 12th July 2012. The first 10 correct answers out of the hat will win a copy of the book. This competition is now closed.
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