Carnival on Wall Street : Global Financial Markets in the 1990s
Jane Elizabeth Hughes, Scott B. MacDonald
Traces key themes throughout the 1990s on global financial markets. Presents a view of the liberalization of the global capital markets and the interrelated boom on Wall Street, which developed into a global carnival, pulling players around the world into the game.
* Spans a time period from George Soros' attack on the pound sterling in 1991-92 to the events of September 11, tracing key themes throughout the decade.
* Focuses on foreign exchange markets, globalization versus anti-globalization, Asian earthquakes, and more.
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