2 edition of South-sea bubbles found in the catalog.
|Statement||By the earl and the doctor|
|Contributions||Kingsley, G. H. (George Henry), 1827-1892, joint author|
|LC Classifications||DU21 .P39 1872a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||30030999|
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The South Sea Bubble was an ambitious scheme to simultaneously pay off the British government's enormous debts while simultaneously getting rich in London's newly created stock market. In essence, holders of government debt exchanged valuable bonds and annuities for stock which ultimately became worthless.
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By Jesse Colombo (This article was written on May 18th, ). The South Sea Bubble was a speculative bubble in the early 18th century involving the shares of the South Sea Company, a British international trading company that was granted a monopoly in trade with Spain’s colonies in South America and the West Indies as part of a treaty made after the War of the Spanish Succession.
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Get this book in print South Sea Bubbles Volume of Coll. of Brit. authors Volume of Collection of British and American authors. South Sea Bubble, the speculation mania that ruined many British investors in The bubble, or hoax, centred on the fortunes of the South Sea Company, founded in to trade (mainly in slaves) with Spanish America, on the assumption that the War of the Spanish Succession, then drawing to a close, would end with a treaty permitting such trade.
The company’s stock, with a guaranteed. The South Sea Bubble got its name from the South Sea Company that generated so much enthusiasm in the early s. But the company is only part of the story. The bubble really inflated because of hundreds of smaller issues being created around the same time.
The reason is fairly simple. The first volume begins with a discussion of three economic bubbles, or financial manias: the South Sea Company bubble of –, the Mississippi Company bubble of –, and the Dutch tulip mania of the early seventeenth century.
According to Mackay, during this bubble, speculators from all walks of life bought and sold tulip bulbs and even futures contracts on them. In the whole of England became involved with what has since become known as The South Sea Bubble. Inin return for a loan of £7 million to finance the war against France, the House of Lords passed the South Sea Bill, which allowed the South Sea.
The South-Sea Bubble Chapter 2 At length corruption, like a general flood, Did deluge all, and avarice creeping on, Spread, like a low-born mist, and hid the sun. Statesmen and patriots plied alike the stocks, Peeress and butler shared alike the box; And judges jobbed, and bishops bit the town, And mighty dukes packed cards [ ].
"The South Sea Bubble is often described as England's first great financial crash The South Sea Company was founded in to trade with Spanish colonies in the Americas. The company came to prominence in with a scheme to deal with the spiraling.
by William Quinn (Queen’s University, Belfast) A special issue on the Tricentenary of the South Sea Bubble was published on The Economic History Review as open access, and it is available at this link Inthe British Parliament approved a proposal from the South Sea Company to manage the government’s outstanding debt.
The Company. The South Sea Bubble of had the same essential ingredients that make investing so challenging today: geopolitical turmoil, rapid globalisation, novel financial products, innovative business models, new communication technologies, misinformation and an abundance of. The 25 June dividend on South Sea stock was replaced by a 10% stock dividend, which meant that a holder of South Sea Stock had his or her holdings automatically increased to 67 Next, in Septemberas part of the mop-up after the Bubble, investors received another 1/3 stock dividend, so a holding of South Sea stock was.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pembroke, George Robert Charles Herbert, 13th Earl of, South Sea bubbles. London: R. Bentley, Pages of interesting anniversaries. What happened on this day in history.
SEPTEMBER 28 th. On this day in history inthe South Sea Bubble finally burst. The South Sea Bubble was an economic phenomenon which saw intense speculation in company shares and brought ruin to many private investors. Inthe earl of Oxford and others formed a company, known as The South Sea.
From July 10 through JSouth Sea shares perched at GBP, up % for the year. Royal Exchange Assurance and London Assurance crested in. The South Sea Bubble was a complex event, the product of intersecting financial, legal, political, and cultural factors. This short history is just an overview, intended to provide a context for research in the South Sea Bubble Collection.
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For nearly three centuries the spectacular rise and fall of the South Sea Company has gripped the public imagination as the most graphic warning to investors of the dangers of unbridled speculation.
Yet history repeats itself and the same elemental forces that drove up the price of South Sea shares to dizzying heights in have in recent years produced the global crash ofthe Japanese. The book is an economic history of the South Sea Bubble. It combines economic theory and quantitative analysis with historical evidence in order to provide a rounded account.
It brings together scholarship from a variety of different fields to update the existing historical work on the by: Malcolm Balen's history of the South Sea Bubble, A Very English Deceit, reveals the greed and credulity behind the first great stock-market sting .