Turning Points in Business Cycles

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INDEX
Aftalion, Albert, 91, 93
American business activity, see Business activity
American Telephone and Telegraph Co., 161, 205
Analysis of Bank Statistics for the United States (Young), 117
Austria, 28
Bank credit
comparison with business, 117-124
typical cycles of, 134-136
New Era increase in, 148
Bank of the United States, 10, 17
Bankers' Magazine, 206, 208
Banking Act of 1935, 50
Bankrupt Act, 10
Baring Brothers, 32
Baring Crisis, 32, 36, 82, 83, 84, 159, 161, 169
Bigelow, Erastus B., 5, 210
Bond prices
typical cycles of, 63-70
data, 173
description of, 206
Bonds, state, 4
Bonus to veterans, 152
Boston Stock Market, History of (Martin), 210
Brookings Institution, 28
Business activity index, American
typical cycles of, 63-70
data, 173
description of, 204
Business Cycles, The Problem and Its Setting ( Mitchell), 66
Business Cycles and Business Measurements ( Snyder), 131
California, 15 Cambridge University, 105
Can America Spend Its Way Into Recovery? (Keynes-Laski), 106
Canada, 45
Capital funds, inflow into business, 149- 155
Capital issues
listings, 23-24, 53
available series, 24
Journal of Commerce, 39
Commercial and Financial Chronicle, 42
Standard Statistics, 45
Securities and Exchange Commission, 49
Moody, 62
typical cycles of, 63-70
data, 173
Capital Issues Committee, 42
Catchings, Waddill, 93
Census, 75, 76, 96, 99
Check transactions, 110
Civil War, see War
Clearings index of business, 131
Cleveland Trust Co., 4, 173, 204
Coefficient of correlation, 120, 121, 205
Commercial and Financial Chronicle, 24, 25, 42, 46, 49, 54, 55, 56, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 128, 151, 209
Commercial paper, see Interest rates
Common - Stock Indexes, 1871 - 1937 (Cowles), 209
Composite indicator of business, computation of, 156-157
Comptroller of the Currency, 117, 140
Consumers goods, 96-100
Correlation, coefficient of, 120, 121, 205
Cowles Commission for Research in Economics, 23, 209
Credit, see Bank credit
Crum, W. L., 17, 66, 21
Debts, 9, 126, 129
real estate, 18, 19
Department of Commerce, 97

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