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Explain the financial market events that lead to the 1933 Act.
-- The 1933 Act is also called the Truth in Securities Act, and was established as a response to the stock market crash that took place in 1929, which was followed by the Great Depression. This Act was the first wide-scale attempt to regulate companies that had stocks listed on the stock market. Under the Act, companies had to comply with rules and regulations for trading as set forth by the government. If companies that had their stocks listed were not in compliance, the company faced penalties, and the government also had the power to de-list the stock from the market. As part of the 1933 Act, companies were required to disclose all pertinent information ...
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