Famous Hoaxes: Panic on the Stock Exchange

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Famous Hoaxes: Panic on the Stock Exchange. In London, during the Napoleonic Wars, a messenger arrived at the door of the Lord Mayor of London claiming that a peace treaty had been signed between France and England. Later it was found to be a forgery, created to influence the price of shares on the Stock Exchange.

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