The Global Securities Market: A History

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Index
The letter t indicates a table.
ADRs (American Depository Receipts) 248
AIM (Alternative Investment Market) 323
AT and T 223
Adelaide 106
agents-de-change 39, 51, 63, 94, 139, 140, 147, 208
alternative markets 105, 323
American Civil War 103
American Depository Receipts see ADRs
American Stock Exchange 220, 282
Amsterdam 9, 24–5, 34, 38, 46–9, 52–3, 56–7, 60, 61, 67, 68, 71, 77, 96, 112–13, 140, 148, 165, 176, 324
Bank of Amsterdam (Wisselbank) 24, 27, 48
Stock Exchange see stock exchanges:
Amsterdam
Antwerp 22, 23, 24, 71
arbitrage 11
arbritageurs 114, 116, 135
Archipelago 308, 320
assets 5, 89–90t
Association of International Bond Dealers 249, 274
Australia 80, 164, 175–6, 285
stock exchanges see stock exchanges:
Australia; Brisbane; Melbourne; Sydney
Austria 77, 98, 170–1
banks 128, 188
national debt 41, 51, 134
see also Vienna
backwardation 44
Bank Charter Act (1844) 75
Bank for International Settlements 181
bank notes 31
Bank of Amsterdam (Wisselbank) 24, 27, 48
Bank of England 29, 36, 42, 233, 277
and South Sea Bubble 34, 35
Bank of Japan 231
Bank of the United States 55, 186
bankers: and speculation 36 see also merchant bankers
banks 1, 8, 15, 197–8, 267, 271, 278, 279, 283, 295, 330–2
Austria 128, 188
Bank for International Settlements 181
Bank of Amsterdam (Wisselbank) 24, 27, 48
Bank of Bombay 80
Bank of England 29, 36, 42, 233, 277
Bank of Japan 231
Bank of the United States 55, 186
Banque de Belgique 77
Banque de France 51
Britain 198 see also Bank of England
Caisse des Depots et Consignations 62
Caisse d'Escompte 41
Canada 284–5
central 4, 331
Citibank 129, 130, 185
collapse 169
commercial 116, 129–30, 141
and competition 301–2
and credit 134
Credit Mobilier 127–8
Federal Reserve Bank 179, 181, 184, 185, 213

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The Global Securities Market: A History
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vi
  • List of Tables xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Origins, Trends, and Reversals: 1100–1720 17
  • 2: Advances and Setbacks: 1720–1815 38
  • 3: New Beginnings and New Developments: 1815–50 60
  • 4: Exchanges and Networks: 1850–1900 83
  • 5: The Triumph of the Market: 1900–14 119
  • 6: Crisis, Crash, and Control: 1914–39 155
  • 7: Suppression, Regulation, and Evasion: 1939–70 205
  • 8: A Transatlantic Revolution: 1970–90 253
  • 9: A Worldwide Revolution: Securities Markets from 1990 297
  • Conclusion 333
  • Notes 341
  • Bibliography 376
  • Index 389
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