Bulls, Bears and Elephants: A History of the New Zealand Stock Exchange
This book covers the history of the stock exchange from the gold fields to the present day. The exchanges' beginnings in 1866, their development over the next 130 years, (including the boom and busts of the 1870s, the turn of the century and the 1980s), and their role in the New Zealand economy are examined. Published in hardback with black and white historical photographs, endnotes, bibliography, index, and glossary of terms.
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The Institution Crystallises
Depression and Its Aftermath
Coming of Age
Calm Before the Storm
Charge of the Covetous Brigade
Cause and Consequence
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