Philosophically, anything can be money, but coins and paper notes are the most generally accepted forms. In most cases, each country in the world has its own money, but in many cases several countries use the same money (such as the Euro). A country's government designs and manufactures that country's money.
Some stocks have seen gravity-defying increases. Tesla made just 365,000 cars last year, but at $85bn its market value is now more than Ford and General Motors combined – and they sell about 14 million cars a year.
“Savings of £250-£300 are not uncommon even switching to large, reputable suppliers like E.ON’s cheapest deal in the market right now. This comes with 100% renewable electricity and a fixed price for 12 months,” he says.
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