Financial Crises: Understanding the Postwar U.S. Experience

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List of Figures
10.1 Speculative Markets in the 1980s 114
10.2 Bank Merger-related Loans and the Stock Market 115
10.3 Bank Failures 119
10.4 Stock Market Crashes: 1929 and 1987122
10.5 Junk-Bond Interest Rates 129
10.6 Junk-Bond Mutual Funds 130
12.1 Debt-Equity Ratio 153
12.2 Debt Maturity Ratio 154
12.3 Liquidity Ratio 155
12.4 Interest Coverage Ratio 156
12.5 Bank Prime and Commercial Paper Rates 159
12.6 Corporate Bond Interest Rates 160
12.7 Profit Rate 161
12.8 Financing Gap 162
12.9 Investment Contracts and Orders 164
12.10 Plant and Equipment Investment 165
12.11 Stock Market Price Index 166
12.12 Inventory Investment 167
12.13 Inventory-Sales Ratio 168
12.14 Capital Expenditures and Internal Funds 169
12.15 Internal Funds and Components 170
12.16 Nonfinancial Corporate Debt 171
12.17 Nonfinancial Corporate Bank Loans 172
12.18 Business Loan Demand 173
12.19 Bank Loan Losses 174
12.20 Delinquent Loans by Category 175
12.21 Loan Losses by Category 176
12.22 Bank Credit Standards 177
12.23 Loan Demand and Credit Standards, 1990-93179
12.24 Bank Purchased Funds 181

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