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Un reflet sur les krachs boursiers. Les comparaisons entre les krachs boursiers en Chine, en Europe et aux États-Unis

Abstract : The stock market is a place which allows companies to issue their stocks on the market, as a way of financing their operations, and allows investors to buy, exchange, and sell the stock they hold. As time goes by, stock markets, in eyes of several investors, have become a market of speculation, where people use stocks as a way of making profits. They artificially push up the stock price, creating financial bubbles, hence result in stock market crashes. The object of this article is to analyze stock market crashes, in order to determine the factors that lead to stock market crashes, to analyze the impacts generated by the crashes, to observe the governments’ behaviors during the crash, and finally, to see what are the measures the governments used to cope with the crash and to prevent it from happening again.
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Tianyue Xu. Un reflet sur les krachs boursiers. Les comparaisons entre les krachs boursiers en Chine, en Europe et aux États-Unis. Gestion et management. 2016. ⟨dumas-01452810⟩

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