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Soviet leader who brought all economic activity under government control
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The Soviet leader who brought all economic activity under government control is: Joseph Stalin
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Which of the following led to the Great Depression? a. The government invested too much in the stock market. c. The government did not invest enough in the stock market. b. The people had invested too much in the stock market. d. The people did not invest enough in the stock market. User: market speculation
Weegy: Speculation is the practice of engaging in risky financial transactions in an attempt to profit from short or medium term fluctuations in the market value of a tradable good such as a financial instrument, [ [ rather than attempting to profit from the underlying financial attributes embodied in the instrument such as capital gains, interest, or dividends. Many speculators pay little attention to the fundamental value of a security and instead focus purely on price movements. Speculation can in principle involve any tradable good or financial instrument. Speculators are particularly common in the markets for stocks, bonds, commodity futures, currencies, fine art, collectibles, real estate, and derivatives. ] ] User: The stock market crashed after stock prices became overvalued. Weegy: The stock market crashed after stock prices became overvalued. Answer is TRUE User: Unemployment and old-age benefits were supposed to be provided by a. Economic Nationalism. c. the New Pension Plan of America. b. the Social Security Act. d. the Nationalists Security Act. Weegy: UNnemployment and old-age benifits were supposed to be provided by: b. the Social Security Act. User: Market speculation resulted in which of the following? a. Stocks became overvalued. c. People were afraid to withdraw money from the market. b. Stocks became undervalued. d. People mainly used cash to buy stock. Weegy: b.stocks became undervalued. User: Nations discouraged imports in what would be known as a. market speculation. c. market nationalism. b. international speculation. d. economic nationalism. Weegy: Nations discouraged imports in what would be known as economic nationalism. User: High confidence in rising stock prices led to a. lack of individual savings. c. overcautious investors. b. market speculation. d. lack of market competition. Weegy: C. overcautious investors User: In the postwar era, stocks a. quickly became worthless. c. bounced back and forth from ... (More)
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The Weimar Republic was unpopular because a. it was a harsh regime. b. people felt the constitution was not fair. c. it did not promote German business well enough. d. it signed the Treaty of Versailles which lead to a severe economic downturn in Germany.
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