Posts Tagged ‘after’
Query by TeejSSX16: Did the Stock Market place crash after 9/11?
Is that why our government is the place it is at right now?
I am just a 14 yr outdated boy who isn’t going to know something about politics and needs to know this.
Answer by Sarah
No. The only time the stock market CRASHED was throughout the Great Depression in the 1920s. Apart from, the economy has little to do with foreign affairs concerning 9/11.
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Query by Jacob: what occurred after the stock market place crash in 1929?
I recognize that men and women misplaced their jobs but i am writing a paper on the fantastic depression and i dont know what to speak about soon after the stock marketplace crash? Some support?
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Solution by Hanol01
Search up Fantastic Depression on Wikipedia. Job reduction, loss of housing and displacement, mass migration (Grapes of Wrath), rise of Fascist and Communist movements, etc.
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Question by Dakon: Who did something or mentioned anything significant towards capitalism after 1929 stock industry crashed?
Name individuals who mentioned or did significant items because of the stock industry crash of 1929.
What did they do? When, where?
Response by jac the hat
http://www.chartingstocks.net/2009/02/great-depression-estimates-1929-vs-2008-have-we-discovered-anything at all/
I believe you could search up any folks wh you believe mentioned fascinating items.
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Question by ss: How did Japan bonds perform after the Japan stock market crashed?
What happened to Japanese bonds after the Japanese stock market crashed in late 1989 until the present? Someone, when explaining where the US bond market may be headed, suggested that I consider what happened to the yield on Japanese bonds after the Japanese stock market crash. I can’t seem to find the historical performance of Japanese bonds. Thank you for your advice.
Answer by Mike
Due to the crash of the stock market in 1989, the crash of the housing market of 1992, the reoccurring recessions, and deflation, Japanese bonds continued going lower over the past 20 years until their 10 year government bond is currently yielding less than 1% APY.
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Question by Alfred E Obama: Why did the Stock Marketplace begin tanking after Dems took control of Congress?
The chart depicts in mid 2007 proper right after Dem handle of Congress the marketplace starts sinking and sinks yet again in Nov 08 when boy Obama is elected.
Response by Curtis1911
Simple,,,,the Dems, and specially Obama, want the market place in the tank, to display how negative the economic system is, to justify more authorities help, and government spending.
Simply because according to Obama only government can remedy this crisis.
And if you believe that I have some carbon credits to promote you.
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Query by CJ2001: Who will change Wachovia (WB) on the DJIA immediately after the Wells Fargo acquisition is total?
I guess the question says it all. Kraft Meals replaced AIG back in September, will not Wachovia leave the Dow Jones Industrial Common (DJIA) immediately after the Wells Fargo buyout is full? Any idea who will change it?
Answer by Ksdjfsd J
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Query by redcore86: Why is the DOW JONES nevertheless tumbling right after Obama signed the stimulus package?
Did he use pencil?
Answer by nayboo54
because he can not magically repair the economic climate in a month like most individuals believe
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Question by water_skipper: What was the PE of the stock market before and after the stock market crash of 1929?
What was the PE of the stock market before and after the stock market crash of 1929? What I’m really wondering, was that stock market really a “bubble” crashing?
Answer by npm
No, the P/E ratio didn’t really collapse – but profits collapsed as well. See http://www.econ.yale.edu/~shiller/data/stock%20data%20annual%201871-2003.htm for historical data.
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