The Market for Confederate Cotton Bonds
This paper investigates the more than doubling of Confederate cotton bond prices between December 1863 and September 1864, even after critical defeats of Southern armies at Gettysburg and Vicksurg in the summer of 1863. Offsetting adverse war news during this period were movements in the price of New Orleans middling class cotton, the underlying collateral of the war bonds.
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