The euphoria lasted until Stalingrad. At that time, a rational observer might have concluded that Hitler was practically finished and his defeat was only a matter of time. At that time, price regulation was introduced, which, in fact, brought about the halt of trading. German bourses were officially closed in August 1944.
Now, how has the Russian stock market been doing under Putin? Mixed message:
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