crash of 1882, counterparty risk, and the bailout of the Paris Bourse by Eugene N. White

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  • Bourse de Paris,
  • Finance -- France -- History -- 19th century

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StatementEugene N. White.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 12933., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 12933.
ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research.
The Physical Object
Pagination38 p. :
Number of Pages38
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Open LibraryOL17633448M
OCLC/WorldCa85823733

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The Crash ofCounterparty Risk, and the Bailout of the Paris Bourse Eugene N. White NBER Working Paper No. February JEL No. E58,G18,N23 ABSTRACT The rapid growth of derivative markets has raised concerns about counterparty risk. It has been argued that their mutual guarantee funds provide an adequate safety net.

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The Paris Bourse crash of was a stock market crash in France, and was the worst crisis in the French economy in the nineteenth crash was triggered by the collapse of l'Union Générale in January.

Around a quarter of the brokers on the bourse were on the brink of collapse. The closure of the exchange was prevented by a loan from the Banque de France which enabled sufficient.

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Abstract. The crash of the French stock market in presented the Paris Bourse with its worst crisis of the late nineteenth century. Three features of exchange's microstructure, a dominant forward market, a small number of brokers, and a common fund that guaranteed brokers' transactions, amplified the collapse.

The crash of the French stock market in presented the Paris Bourse with its worst crisis of the nineteenth century. Its structure was similar in key respects to today’s futures markets, with a dominant forward market leading the Bourse to adopt a common fund to guarantee transactions and liquidity.

While this mutualization of risk protects clients and brokers from idiosyncratic shocks. Crash of the Paris Bourse – 1 Comment / Economic / By devastating. From the mid 19th century the French stock exchange was based in the Palais de la Bourse, in the heart of Paris.

Some 60 agents de change – official stockbrokers – operated here in a syndicate. There was a common fund which any of them could dip into to cover. The crash of the French stock market in presented the Paris Bourse with its worst crisis of the late nineteenth century.

Three features of exchange's microstructure, a dominant forward market. 5. Some lessons from the Paris Bourse. To lower counterparty risk so that a broker's failure did not endanger his brethren on the Bourse and provoke a more general liquidity crisis required a tight regulatory regime.

For much of the nineteenth century, brokers resisted strong controls and rules that would have disciplined risk-taking. systemic risk, as exemplified in by the collapse of the Lyon Bourse (the second largest French exchange) and the bail-out of the Paris Bourse.

14 Defaulting clients could be kicked out of the Bourse by the official bro - kers, but a thriving over-the-counter (OTC) market in Paris as well as six regional exchanges in the country. White, E.N. (), “The Crash ofCounterparty Risk, and the Bailout of the Paris Bourse” NBER Working Paper Yeager, L.

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The collapse of the Paris market after the failure of the Lyon bank Union Générale brought about the bankruptcy of the Lyon Bourse and nearly caused the demise of the Paris Bourse, which was avoided by a lifeboat operation by the BdF.

See White (). For details see Hautcoeur et al. For further details, see Hautcoeur et al. The biggest crisis for the Bourse occurred in when 14 of the exchange's 60 brokers defaulted.

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