March 1966
Time;3/4/1966, Vol. 87 Issue 9, p95
The article offers information on the decline of the stock market in the U.S. It states that the prices are low due to the high worries of the investors on the economic implications of the Viet Nam war. It explains that as prices fell the trading volume of the New York Stock Exchange lower. It notes that the shortage of investment money causes stock market's trouble. It also presents prediction of Salomon Brothers & Huzlter, a leading bon-trading house on commercial banks long term credit.


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