How the South Sea Bubble Created U.K.'s Modern MonarchyCarolyn Harris
April 5 (Bloomberg) -- The bubble of 1720 precipitated England’s first stock-market crash. In August of that year, shares in the South Sea Company reached a peak of 1,000 pounds and dropped to 150 pounds by the end of September.
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