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Título: “Which way to turn?” : the destinations of the Spanish silver (1621-1650) : London, Lisbon, or Genoa?
Autor: Marsilio, Claudio
Palavras-chave: Bullion Trade
International Payment System
Modern Monetary History
Exchange Fairs
Spanish Public Debt
Data: 2015
Editora: ISEG - GHES
Citação: Marsilio, Claudio (2015). "“Which way to turn?” : the destinations of the Spanish silver (1621-1650) : London, Lisbon, or Genoa?". Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão – GHES Documento de Trabalho/Working Paper nº 54-2015
Relatório da Série N.º: GHES Documento de Trabalho/Working Paper;nº 54-2015
Resumo: During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries the public credit market of the Spanish Empire used the Genoese and Portuguese bankers’ to intermediate on their behalf. They leant money to the Spanish Crown (asientos) and offered many other financial services all around Europe. The asientos was a typical form of short term borrowing which paid high rates of interest reimbursed in silver (bullion and coins), which could be sold to many different private economic agents and public mints all over Europe. The objective of this article is to analyse, within the environment of the international silver market, the role played by some of the European mints who were directly interested in this type of financial intermediation. While the production levels of the mints in Genoa and London depended more on the financial market that of Lisbon was derived from a purely commercial market.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.5/8804
ISSN: 2183-1785
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