This is the Seventh Library App for Econ 331: Money and financial Institutions
This App will focus on the seventh subject dealt with in Econ 331: Financial institutions and Stock Markets.
Image: Lower Manhattan circa 1903. "New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
* Note in the lower left hand corner of htis picture, across Wall Street from the nearly-finished NYSE was the office of a (then) far greater power - J.P. Morgan himself. Four years later, Morgan would almost singlehandedly rescue the world's economy from the Panic of 1907. The near-disaster would teach Morgan and many others of the need for what would soon become the Federal Reserve Banking System.
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A special program about the housing crisis produced in a special collaboration with NPR News. We explain it all to you. What does the housing crisis have to do with the turmoil on Wall Street? Why did banks make half-million dollar loans to people without jobs or income? And why is everyone talking so much about the 1930s?