Impact of money supply on stock bubbles
This article is focus on the effect and implications of changes in money supply in US on stock bubble rise on the US capital market, which is represented by the Dow Jones Industrial Average index. This market was chosen according to the market capitalization. The attention of paper is focused on problems, if according to the results of empirical analysis is the money supply significant factor which cause the bubbles and if during the time growth the significancy and impact of this macroeconomic factor on stock index.
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