The 1929 Stock Market Crash Cause and Effect Essay by simpsons

The 1929 Stock Market Crash
An overview of the great U.S. stock market crash of 1929, including causes and consequences.
# 60947 | 1,311 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2004 | US


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This paper examines investment patterns before the New York stock exchange crashed in 1929. It discusses the causes of the crash, why people invested in stocks and the role of the government after the crash.

Paper Outline:

Introduction
The Cause
The Crash and The Depression
Why People Invested in the Stock Market
Government Reaction
Government Regulations After the Crash
Bibliography

From the Paper:

"Monetary policy became ambiguous between February 1930 and 1932. Government security purchases in the open market continued to decline until 1932. This reduced liquidity by lowering non-borrowed reserves. Although the interest rate was reduced between March 1930 and September 1931, it was raised twice in late 1931. This made loans more expensive and deterred people and corporations from borrowing. (1929...)"

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