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ChristmasLaptop.jpgQ: Which country’s teens are ranked the highest for financial literacy?

A: Shanghai-China’s 15-year-olds perform the best, according to results from an international financial literacy test. The assessment was administered to approximately 29,000 students in 13 countries and economies, representing 40% of world gross domestic product.

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