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Wednesday, July 3, 1929, Page 31, Col. 5

SEES STOCK RISE JUSTIFIED

Moody's Says Returns Are In Line With Industrial Activity


Friday, September 6, 1929, Page 1, Col. 7

STOCK PRICES BREAK ON DARK PROPHECY

Drop In Hectic Last Hour As Babson's Prediction Of A Big Slump Is Printed


Page 12, Col. 2

BABSON PREDICTS 'CRASH' IN STOCKS

Says Wise Investors Will Pay Up Loans And Avoid Marging [sic] Trading
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FISHER VIEW IS OPPOSITE

Declares No Big Recession In Market Is Due, Because Inventions Are Adding To Health


Wednesday, October 2, 1929, Page 5, Col. 1

HAZLEWOOD WARNS BANKERS ON CREDITS

He Tells Convention Tendency is to "Pass the Buck" On Market Loans to Reserve Board
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CALLS THEM RESPONSIBLE
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Not Reserve System's Duty to Assume Burden, Says President at San Francisco Meeting
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CONFIDENCE IS UNSHAKEN
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But He Declares That Some Institutions Are Overloaded At The Present Time

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Sunday, October 13, 1929, II, Page 7, Col. 2

STOCK PRICES WILL STAY AT HIGH LEVEL FOR YEARS TO COME, SAYS OHIO ECONOMIST


Wednesday, October 16, 1929, Page 8, Col. 4

FISHER SEES STOCKS PERMANENTLY HIGH

Yale Economist Tells Purchasing Agents Increased Earnings Justify Rise
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SAYS TRUSTS AID SALES


Page 41, Col. 1

AYRES SEES MARKET AS 'CREEPING BEAR'

Fall of Prices Began Months Ago, He Says, but Was Hidden by Rising Averages
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DECLINE IN AUTUMN USUAL
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Recession This Season About 14 Per Cent, Against Normal Drop of 9, He Reports


Page 41, Col. 4

MITCHELL ASSERTS STOCKS ARE SOUND

Banker, Sailing From Europe, Says He Sees No Signs of Wall Street Slump


Tuesday, October 22, 1929, Page 24, Col. 1

FISHER SAYS PRICES OF STOCKS ARE LOW

Qoutations Have Not Caught Up With Real Values As Yet, He Declares
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SEES NO CAUSE FOR SLUMP
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Economist Tells Credit Men that Market Has Not Been Inflated, But Merely Readjusted

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Wednesday, October 23, 1929, Page 1, Col. 4

STOCKS GAIN SHARPLY BUT SLIP NEAR CLOSE

Vigorous Recovery Marks Most of Day and Many Issues Show Net Advances
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MARKET GLOOM LESSENED
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Banking Support, Ease of Money and Mitchell's Optimistic Statement Help Rally


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