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  1. Brenton Wood, cantante de soul nacido el 26 de julio de 1941 en Shreveport, Luisiana conocido por su impredictible fraseo y positividad. Nació con el nombre de Alfred Jesse Smith, y con pocos años se trasladó a San Pedro (California). Desde pequeño aprendió a tocar el piano, y en su juventud empezó a formar parte de conjuntos vocales de soul.

  2. › wiki › Brenton_WoodBrenton Wood - Wikipedia

    Alfred Jesse Smith (born July 26, 1941), better known as Brenton Wood, is an American singer and songwriter known for his two 1967 hit singles, "The Oogum Boogum Song" and "Gimme Little Sign". Contents 1 Life and career 2 Discography 2.1 Albums 2.2 Singles 3 Filmography 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Life and career

  3. Brenton Wood - Gimme Little Sign (Official Lyric Video) from the newly remastered The Very Best Of. Get the CD at Amazon:

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    • The Bicycle Music Company
    • Origins
    • Design of The Financial System
    • Readjustment
    • Late Application
    • The Bretton Woods System in The 21st Century
    • Pegged Rates
    • See Also
    • Further Reading
    • External Links

    The political basis for the Bretton Woods system was in the confluence of two key conditions: the shared experiences of two World Wars, with the sense that failure to deal with economic problems after the first war had led to the second; and the concentration of power in a small number of states.[citation needed]

    Free trade relied on the free convertibilityof currencies. Negotiators at the Bretton Woods conference, fresh from what they perceived as a disastrous experience with floating rates in the 1930s, concluded that major monetary fluctuations could stall the free flow of trade. The new economic system required an accepted vehicle for investment, trade,...

    Dollar shortages and the Marshall Plan

    The Bretton Woods arrangements were largely adhered to and ratified by the participating governments. It was expected that national monetary reserves, supplemented with necessary IMF credits, would finance any temporary balance of paymentsdisequilibria. But this did not prove sufficient to get Europe out of its conundrum. Postwar world capitalism suffered from a dollar shortage. The United States was running large balance of trade surpluses, and U.S. reserves were immense and growing. It was...

    Cold War

    In 1945, Roosevelt and Churchill prepared the postwar era by negotiating with Joseph Stalin at Yaltaabout respective zones of influence; this same year Germany was divided into four occupation zones (Soviet, American, British, and French). Roosevelt and Henry Morgenthau insisted that the Big Four (United States, United Kingdom, the Soviet Union, and China) participate in the Bretton Woods conference in 1944, but their plans were frustrated when the Soviet Union would not join the IMF. The rea...

    U.S. balance of payments crisis

    After the end of World War II, the U.S. held $26 billion in gold reserves, of an estimated total of $40 billion (approx 65%). As world trade increased rapidly through the 1950s, the size of the gold base increased by only a few percentage points. In 1950, the U.S. balance of payments swung negative. The first U.S. response to the crisis was in the late 1950s when the Eisenhower administration placed import quotas on oil and other restrictions on trade outflows. More drastic measures were prop...

    2008 crisis

    In the wake of the Global financial crisis of 2008, some policymakers, such as Chace and others have called for a new international monetary system that some of them also dub Bretton Woods II. On the other side, this crisis has revived the debate about Bretton Woods II.[Notes 5] On 26 September 2008, French President Nicolas Sarkozysaid, "we must rethink the financial system from scratch, as at Bretton Woods." In March 2010, Prime Minister Papandreou of Greece wrote an op-ed in the Internatio...

    2020 crisis

    Following the 2020 Economic Recession, the managing director of the IMF announced the emergence of "A New Bretton Woods Moment" which outlines the need for coordinated fiscal response on the part of central banks around the world to address the ongoing economic crisis.

    Dates are those when the rate was introduced; "*" indicates floating rate mostly taken prior to the introduction of the euroon 1 January 1999.

    Allen, Larry (2009). The Encyclopedia of Money (2nd ed.). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. pp. 50–51. ISBN 978-1598842517.
    Van Dormael, A.; Bretton Woods : birth of a monetary system; London MacMillan 1978
    Michael D. Bordo and Barry Eichengreen; A Retrospective on the Bretton Woods System: Lessons for International Monetary Reform; 1993
    Harold James; International Monetary Cooperation Since Bretton Woods; Oxford University Press, USA 1996
    Donald Markwell, John Maynard Keynes and International Relations: Economic Paths to War and Peace, Oxford University Press, 2006
    Gavin, F. J. (2002). "The Gold Battles within the Cold War: American Monetary Policy and the Defense of Europe, 1960–1963". Diplomatic History. 26 (1): 61–94. doi:10.1111/1467-7709.00300.
    "Bretton Woods System", prepared for the Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy by Dr. B. Cohen
  4. Welcome To The Official Webpage Of Mr. Brenton Wood For All Information On Mr. Brenton Wood & Mr. Wood Records Brenton was born Alfred Jesse Smith in Shreveport, Louisiana. He and his family moved San Pedro, California when he was yet a child and then to the community of Compton where he attended high school and Compton College.

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