Published On: Wed, Apr 29th, 2020

Animal Crossing’s Tom Nook Made The Front Page Of The Financial Times Today

Does he always demeanour this smug?Does he always demeanour this smug?
Does he always demeanour this smug?

Fans of Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be some-more than informed with raccoon overlord Tom Nook by now – a series’ debt lender and island-starting businessman who substantially spends his weekends swimming in piles of money – though now he’s really done it, being recognized by real-life, economics-focused media.

The Financial Times, an general daily journal that specialises in business and mercantile news, has featured Tom Nook and his in-game bank on a front page today. The newspaper’s front page frequently hosts stories on a likes of universe leaders, a world’s largest banks, and a latest domestic affairs, though a Bank of Nook’s new seductiveness cuts have warranted Animal Crossing a desired spot.

You can see a front page for yourself below; a essay reads only like any other, and if we were simply skimming what it had to say, you’d substantially consider that a Bank of Nook was a genuine thing causing spikes in gambling over turnip prices. Amazing.

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Naturally, there’s a full essay on a matter, too. It’s titled, ‘Virtual rate cut army Nintendo gamers into riskier assets’ and can be review in full here. It even gives a shoutout to some of we really poetic Nintendo Life readers who have been deliberating a seductiveness cut in a forum pages.

We feel infrequently unapproachable of a favourite money-sponging raccoon. Animal Crossing on a front page of a Financial Times, huh? What a world.

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