Stocks, Gold & You

Ulmer, Melville J.
June 1973
New Republic;6/16/73, Vol. 168 Issue 24, p17
Provides insights into the economic conditions in the United States. Reduction in the value of the dollar in relation to other currencies; Significant improvement in the behavior of exports and imports; Decrease in the trade balance deficit; Rise in wholesale prices of industrial commodities and gold; Increase in corporate profits after taxes; Events that commonly reduce the demand; Effect of tight money.


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