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the glass steagall act regulated act regulated he stock market t or f

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Glass Steagall act was a law that created the FDIC and regulated banks in the wake of the Great Depression. It primarily separated retail banks from investment banks. It did not directly regulate the stock market. More here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glass%E2%80%93Steagall_Act
so f?
I think it regulated finance markets

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so not f?
hold on I must google the specifics.
in the 1920's were a portifitable time for american farmers t or f?
yes it did regulate the stock market and how financiers could speculate with money. The repeal of Glass steagall caused the economic collapse of 2000. So indirectly it did regulate the stock market
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