Allar and Matt work at the European Investment Bank. But they’re not banking experts. In fact, when they talk to colleagues who are bankers, they often get a bit confused by the strange technical words and phrases they hear. Sometimes they’d say to each other: If only there was a podcast that would explain these things... Well, now there is. Allar and Matt made one to help you understand finance and economics. So if you’re a student or a business owner or someone who wants to understand what politicians are talking about when they discuss the economy, listen to A Dictionary of Finance.
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