2 edition of law of banking. found in the catalog.
law of banking.
Paget, John Sir
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|Pagination||xlv, 449, 48 p.|
|Number of Pages||449|
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Downfall[ edit ] Speculation gave way to panic as people flooded the market with future shares trading as high as fifteen thousand livres per share, while the shares themselves maintained at ten thousand livres each.
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