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A look at the slightly different economic stories of the week: the latest “Paradeplatz” reports.
central banker Thomas Jordan likes it sweet: At media events, he serves chocolate squares, each with one of the six banknote motifs emblazoned on the packaging. The higher the value of the printed note, the darker the chocolate it contains. Accordingly, the 1000 version contains a little “Criolloro Grand Cru 66%” tablet. This should also be Jordan’s preferred variant: after all, with an annual salary of CHF 1.036 million, he is one of the best paid central bankers in the world.