Business & Finance: Current Situation: Jul. 27, 1925

Stocks and bond prices are high, commodity prices are in general firm or else rising, business activity increases. If affairs follow precedent, the fall should see larger advances of credit for commercial purposes, increased output, a stronger general price level and higher interest rates. The latter, together with a scarcer supply of credit, will presumably turn the stockmarket.


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