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By S. R. Schwalb, Gustavo Sánchez Romero

ISBN-10: 163220780X

ISBN-13: 9781632207807

Utilizing biology and heritage to shut the case on a string of grisly and unexplained murders within the sixteenth century French geographical region.

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M. GMT. Switzerland’s famed banking gnomes, who control the Zurich gold market like a family of trolls, were reluctant to part with any of their horde. Samuel Montague, Johnson Matthey, N. M. Rothschild, Mocatta and Goldsmid and Sharps Pixley—members of London’s exclusive club of gold-price fixers—also had no metal for immediate delivery. Gold brokers on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange echoed the sentiments of COMEX. Hong Kong bullion brokers were just going to bed. The dollar began to post a drop against all major foreign currencies, creating a situation that frazzled metal merchants, for they were committed to converting bushels of American greenbacks into the foreign currencies with which they had contracted to purchase their freighters and warehouses of industrial minerals.

Word spread. ,” the voice of AmEx vice president Peter Grote crackled over a transatlantic phone line from lower Manhattan. “Yeah, yeah, I’m telling you, it sounds awful possible. I’m sitting here in my office, and it comes over the loudspeaker intercom we have hooked up to our traders over on the COMEX floor. ” “The dollar is going to collapse,” hectored the German metal trader in a harshly clipped voice during a hastily arranged conference call with his associates in New York, Düsseldorf, and London.

A baffling code of tulip trading laws was drawn up, and professional tulip investigators were empowered to enforce them throughout Europe. The tulip police were, by an accident of history, the world’s first Securities and Exchange Commission, complete with a complicated bureaucracy of red tape to monitor the way in which shady dealers brokered tulip futures. The lawmakers failed miserably; nothing could contain the economic fury associated with the tulip, and tulipomania soon became a gross caricature of the economic system.

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