T.R.B. from Washington

June 1962
New Republic;6/4/62, Vol. 146 Issue 23, p2
Focuses on developments related to economics and politics. Dow-Jones average of industrial stocks; Ratio of stock prices to yields; New York Stock Market paper values; Urgency of unemployment and unused plant capacity; Reasons for stock market decline; Attention given to Canadian elections; Clamor from labor leaders and advice from academic economists; Importance of stock market correction.


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