It was mainly owing to his efforts that the war loan
was such a success.
It was the USA which was the big creditor nation, having issued huge war loans
to the World War I Allies in Europe.
During World War I, he invested heavily in war loans
in the name of the woollen mills.
5% and 4% war loans
will have been repaid - adding to a pledge in October that PS218million of bonds called the 4% Consol would be settled by February.
In 1945 Britain was bankrupt, owing countless billions of pounds to America in war loans
Wars and panics on the stock exchange, / machine gun fire and arson, / bankruptcies, war loans
, / starvation, lice, cholera and typhus: good growing weather for the House of Morgan.
Funds to finance these huge war loans
was borrowed from China and Japan, putting America ever deeper in thrall to the Asian powers, and undermining its finances.
to Britain and France meant by 1918 the United States had become a financial powerhouse, but policymakers in Washington lacked 'the sustained will to power' and retreated into political isolationism.
In France, the challenge of paying off war loans
provoked years of political instability despite a tradition of fiscal conservatism.
Post World War II, people muttered that America owned us' indeed, we're still paying interest on war loans
He also pulled off the extraordinary political feat of cajoling holders of War Loans
to vote away half their interest income.
Imperial Chemical Industries secretly bought Israeli war loans
and kept the purchases off its books to avoid jeopardising its efforts to break into Arab markets.