Answers and results for ‘Money Matters’ Quiz

 

=1st : Jean Baker of Chesterfield      with 63 out of 70

=1st:  Chris Chantler of Bath             with 63 out of 70

=3rd : Lynnie Porter of Tring              with 61 out of 70

=3rd : Sue Dyson of Stockport          with 61 out of 70

 

 

1

Links Portland with Selsey

Bill

 

 

2

Fat drover upset

Overdraft

 

 

3

Upper case

Capital

 

 

4

When buttered up, reveals the basics

Bread

 

 

5

No longer includes Slough and Linslade

Bucks

 

 

6

Man in black walked the line

Cash

 

 

7

Francis is missing

Franc

 

 

8

Vicar dressed for the part

Investment

 

 

9

One third of guys and dolls were this

Dollar

 

 

10

Longing

Yen

 

 

11

Rely on finding another word

Bank

 

 

12

It’s not just paint, it’s personal

Crown

 

 

13

Small particle loses nothing to get cash

ATM

 

 

14

Lost in Korea? Quite the opposite

Won

 

 

15

To bet is not right

Wage

 

 

16

An agreement that went down by 2 30

Withdrawal

 

 

17

Less than 42 inches in Shetland

Pony

 

 

18

I abandon most successful superbike machine

Ducat

 

 

19

Iconoclasm

Coins

 

 

20

A capital post-millennium Irish crossing

Halfpenny

 

 

21

Credit altered – then the opposite

Direct debit

 

 

22

Flagged in a traffic light sequence

Guinea

 

 

23

Harry met Sally briefly in East London, we hear

Salary

 

 

24

For example, a grave loss of account

Cent

 

 

25

Dans un lieu romantique

Euro

 

 

26

Found at the rear of the first bicycle

Farthing

 

 

27

T    I    G    H    E

Pieces of eight

 

 

28

Found on the dark side of the moon

Money

 

 

29

Symbolically made up from oxygen, sodium and krypton

Krona

 

 

30

You’d be nuts to go along with this to get sugary buns

Dough

 

 

31

Dajm - ? - Daim

Dime

 

 

32

Lose out at a supermarket pay desk

Cheque/check

 

 

33

Hesitate again, again, again and again

Fiver(s)

 

 

34

Edge of Berlin for example

Rand

 

 

35

Taken by someone who thinks they deserve praise

Credit

 

 

36

Piano in which the frame and strings are horizontal

Grand

 

 

37

First person missing on Sydney beach

Bond

 

 

38

Linking BH, IQ, JO and KW

Dinar

 

 

39

Single version of a Bowie song, backed by Andy Warhol

Change

 

 

40

Not about something said casually

Mark

 

 

41

Pulverise

Pound

 

 

42

Is back in the warehouse

Deposit

 

 

43

Matthew or John could earn this daily as a common labourer

Denarius

 

 

44

660 ± 10nm

In the red

 

 

45

Listen to Bocelli or Watson

Tenner

 

 

46

Rupee (Indian)

 

 

47

A log of the amp readings?

Current account

 

 

48

17,388 charities between us

Penny

 

 

49

How much is based on The Beggar’s Opera

Threepenny

 

 

50

Support for the Schutzstaffel

Brass

 

 

51

08082844444

Budget

 

 

52

Troubled by losing borders

Rouble

 

 

53

Rokeby’s favourite tip….and tipple!

Half crown

 

 

54

New arrangement of matins music

Numismatics

 

 

55

Provides capital cover at Ascot

Shilling

 

 

56

Battle of Crecy, run successfully

Currency

 

 

57

Plants in a swap

Florin / stock exchange

 

 

58

You and I hide silver

Wage

 

 

59

Potter plays ‘Skyfall

Pennies

 

 

60

Historical wrench for a gas fitter

Monkey

 

 

61

Dracula or Basie by the sound of it

Account

 

 

62

Call to get rid of gym teacher at Springfield Elementary

Bankrupt

 

 

63

Lowrie’s on the street from the start

Tanner

 

 

64

Hierarchy

Standing order

 

 

65

I’ll not be any better off if you kiss me

Sixpence

 

 

66

Clear the drain, using broomsticks

Quid

 

 

67

A distant object

Farthing

 

 

68

Sometimes found in the pink

Financial

 

 

69

Dose mixed up with copper added

Escudo

 

 

70

 The answer is a ?                                                                                              

ISA

 

 

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