Impact of the war on commercial banking in Colorado
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Impact of the war on commercial banking in Colorado a review of principal changes in assets, deposits, capital and profits of commercial banks in Colorado since 1939 and comparisons with changes in other localities. by Eugene Trygve Halaas

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Published by Bureau of Business and Social Research and the College of Business Administration of the Univ. of Denver in [Denver] .
Written in English



  • Colorado.


  • Banks and banking -- Colorado.

Book details:

LC ClassificationsHG2611.C6 H3
The Physical Object
Pagination32, 51 l.
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6043958M
LC Control Number49000925

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