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Global Financial System: Six Experts Look at the Crisis

examines conditions that led to what many consider the greatest worldwide economic crisis since the Great Depression: the financial crisis of 2008. Read the views of George Soros, Joel Trachtman, and other experts on the crisis and what lies ahead. Learn about the cyclical nature of markets, the interdependence of global trade relationships, and the role of regulation. (Department of State)

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At the peak of the Dutch tulip mania in February 1637, tulip futures sold for more than 10 times the annual income of a skilled craftsman.
Container ships with imports from Asian countries are unloaded at New Jersey docks.

The Jersey docks


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