Shanghai rubber stock market crisis

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Shanghai Rubber Stock Market Crisis was an economic crisis caused by the bankers and stock-holders overstimulating the rubber stocks in Shanghai in 1910. This crisis led to a great number of bankruptcies of Chinese native banks in Tianjing, Guangzhou, etc. Historically, this crisis, along with the market crisis in 1920s, brought massive destruction to the market development in Shanghai.