The Ascent of Money

The Ascent of Money

Niall Ferguson takes us on a historical adventure through the ascent of money, applying fact and opinion throughout.

British historian and author Niall Ferguson explains how big money works today as well as the causes of and solutions to economic catastrophes in this extended version The Ascent of Money documentary. Through interviews with top experts, such as former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker and American currency speculator George Soros, the intricate world of finance, including global commerce, banking and lending, is examined thoroughly. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Colby H (us) wrote: Finding Dory is the sequel to Finding Nemo. (obviously) This time, Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) is the one who goes missing in the search for her family. I thought that this film had a more emotional story than the first, and more lovable characters. It was refreshing to see the characters from 2003 interact with each other once again. It was almost as entertaining as the first, as far as the flow of the story.Over all, it was a good and emotional second installment to Taken for kids. 4 1/2 out of 5 stars

Kristin R (kr) wrote: Not my favourite Rudd or Carrell movie by any stretch of the imagination. Just a little too juvenile to be truly funny.

D M (es) wrote: Sybil Danning stars in this Andy Sidaris film about racing, a murder mystery, Russian espionage, and naked ladies. There's also flamoyant gays and trannys. I think there was a storyline; unsure.

Tootsie K (nl) wrote: to me...its a funny docudrama. the dialogue is seriously funny. ed wood didn't mean for it to be funny, but it just is.

Private U (mx) wrote: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers! One of the best couple dancers in the world! They were amazing and this was the first movie I saw of them, and I was impressed! It was longer than I thought but I can't wait to see another one by them! I loved it!

Aslum K (ca) wrote: The least of Pam Grier's big three Blaxploitation movies, but not bad