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Financial History

Issue 120 (Winter 2017)

Published on in “History, Business”, language — English. 44 pages.
This issue features the following articles: For the Love of Money: Blacks on US Currency; Spies, Abolitionists and the Origins of Credit Rating Agencies; Words of Wisdom: Remarks from the 2017 Museum Gala; AIG: Opening Trade in Services; Bank of Montreal Bicentennial; Lightning Strikes: Timeless Lessons from Nikola Tesla; Hecla Mining Company: 125 Years of Persistence and Perspective; The Mazer Collection; and a book review of Aswath Damodaran’s “Narrative and Numbers.” More
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