Business & Finance: Business: The Current Situation: Jan. 25, 1926

Business prophets have spoken both optimistically and pessimistically at the year's opening, and as usual the future remains obscure to the average business man. Current business is good; none except the anthracite miners and a few others question that statement. The real interest in business relates to how long the present prosperity will last.

Here there are two quite opposite schools of thought. One group of business leaders is unable to forget that always in the history of U.S. business whatever went up had to come down again sooner or later, and that...

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