The Market’s Response to the U.S. declaration of War on Germany During World War I

On April 6, 1917 the United States broke the isolationist camp and declared war on Germany. The market was not thrilled.

The market would not revisit pre-declaration levels until a few months after the end of the War (November 1918).

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