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  • ...which time average prices had shrunk to no more than 15 per cent of their 1929 peak values. The once popular view that categorised the crash as the bursting of a speculative [[Asset price bubble|bubble]] has since be
    5 KB (788 words) - 06:33, 31 January 2011
  • Ahamed, Liaquat: ''Lords of Finance: 1929, The Great Depression and the Bakers Who Broke the World'', William Heinema
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  • !style="background:#eeeeee;" |1929 !style="background:#eeeeee;" |1929
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  • 1921 - 1929 :Stock market boom: the DJIA index at the 1929 peak is six times its minimum level in 1921 [http://stockcharts.com/charts/
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  • {{r|Crash of 2008}}
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  • !style="background:#eeeeee;" |1929 !style="background:#eeeeee;" |1929
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  • ...which time average prices had shrunk to no more than 15 per cent of their 1929 peak values. The once popular view that categorised the crash as the bursting of a speculative [[Asset price bubble|bubble]] has since be
    5 KB (788 words) - 06:33, 31 January 2011
  • ...ted by the gold standard. Financial instability culminated in the crash of 1929 and the Great Depression in the United States and its transmission to othe * 1927 German stock exchange crash[http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=14
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  • ...7-1/2 per cent, and 5 per cent, respectively." and after the stock market crash, economic decline became even more precipitous. (James Hamilton <ref> Jame ====The stock market boom and crash====
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  • ...Study came in 1929 when the [[Wall Street Crash 1929|Stock Market Crash of 1929]] led the Rosenwald Fund to withdraw its funding. The study directors initi
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  • ...e week]'''--such as September 24, 1929, the beginning of the [[Wall Street Crash]], called 'Black Thursday'. Far from all of the worst days in history have ...Thursday''' October 24th 1929. Beginning of the [[Wall Street Crash]] of 1929
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  • The [[Wall Street Crash 1929|stock market crash of 1929]] and the ensuing [[Great Depression]] set the stage for a more progressive
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  • *1929 [[Crash of 1929]]
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  • Following the [[Crash of 1929]], the United States experienced a deep decline in prices and production. ...asted until 1939. It was accompanied during that period by a stock change crash, a series of banking crises, a [[credit crunch]], and a severe [[deflation]
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  • ===Roaring Twenties: 1920-1929=== ...stock market crashed and banks began to fail in the Wall Street [[Crash of 1929]].
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  • [[Crash of 1929]]
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  • ...c events'''; including [[bank failures and rescues]], [[crash of 1929]], [[crash of 2008]], [[eurozone crisis]], [[G20 summit]], [[Global stagnation]], [[Gr
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  • [[Crash of 1929]]
    389 B (48 words) - 13:37, 30 December 2008
  • *Ahamed, Liaquat: ''Lords of Finance: 1929, The Great Depression and the Bakers Who Broke the World'', William Heinema .... ''The Great Depression: Delayed Recovery and Economic Change in America, 1929-1939'' (1989)
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  • [[Crash of 1929]]<br>
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  • - [[crash of 1929]] - [[crash of 2008]]
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  • [[Crash of 1929]]
    753 B (88 words) - 19:30, 26 January 2010
  • [[Crash of 1929]]<br>
    886 B (114 words) - 19:27, 26 January 2010
  • ...); Donald R. McCoy, "To the White House, Herbert Hoover, August 1927-March 1929, in Martin L. Fausold and George T. Mazuzan, eds., ''The Hoover Presidency: ...rastically into the [[Great Depression]] after the [[Stock Market Crash of 1929]] occurred.
    40 KB (5,975 words) - 01:54, 18 November 2011
  • ...f stocks, bonds, and other securities was responsible for the stock market crash, which in turn led to the Great Depression.
    3 KB (542 words) - 15:39, 27 February 2010

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