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The dot com_bubble_in_california

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  • 1. The DotCom Bubble in California s1170210 Hirofumi Hori
  • 2. What is the dot com bubble?● DotCom Bubble happened in the late 1990s centering on the US market.● The contents of the DotCom Bubble is investment dot-com company or peak of investing in equities.● A number of venture IT companies was established in these days.
  • 3. What is the dot com bubble?● The stock prices of most dot-com companies increased considerably from 1999 to 2000.● The information technology bubble has burst from 2000 to 2001.● DotCom Bubble is commonly referred to as a ”Internet Bubble”or “IT Bubble”in Japan.
  • 4. The background of the DotCom Bubble● With the advent of the electronic commerce that allow two-way and high-speed communication change the established business model.● The investment in the IT companiesincr eases with the advent of the electronic commerce and IT company has attracted so much attention.● In addition, user-friendly system for the venture IT company was established from 1998 to 1999.
  • 5. What happened with the dot com bubble in the US?● The stock prices of most dot-com companies plummeted and the Bubble had begun to collapse.● Some venture IT companies such as Google, Amazon.com has survived.● In addition, the US fell into depression due to the events of 9-11 in 2001.
  • 6. What happened with the dot com bubble in the world?● The dot com economy bubble burst make a small difference economy in Ireland.● The indias business improved in consequence of the dot com bubble economy burst in the US.● The dot com bubble economy burst in the US had little impact on the econom y in China because Chinas economy has stabilized in these days.
  • 7. What happened with the dot com bubble in Japan?● The prices of Japanese stocks rised in consequence of the dot com bubble in the US.● The number of the venture companies increased in consequence of the dot com bubble in the US.● The Japans economic bubble in information technology burstin 2000.● The dot com economy bubble burst make a small difference economy in Japan.
  • 8. How did companies and individuals suffer?● The amount of work of the IT companies had declined due to the dot com economy bubble burst in the US.● In 2002, the dot com economy bubble burst increased the number of unemployed personnel in the US.● A number of the IT company went bankrupt due to the dot com economy bubble burst in the US.● The number of unemployed people was over 560,000 in the US.
  • 9. What was the impact of this bubble in the financial sector?● The U.S. Nasdaq composite index rised from 1000 to 5000 in 2000.● The number of founders of venture IT companies who took the whole operation public succeed in having an unknown wealth.● The number of venture IT companies was established centering around Silicon Valley.● The U.S. Nasdaq composite index dropped to the lower value from 5000 to 1000 in 2001.
  • 10. Conclusion● The dot com bubble have a large-scale influence on the world economy.● A number of world-famous companies take part in investment in the IT company.● The dot com economy bubble burst in the US cause heavy damage to the US economy.● The dot com economy bubble burst in the US have relatively little effect on the companies from outside the US.
  • 11. List of references● http://www.wisegeek.com/what-was-the-dot-co● http://www.nethistory.info/History of the I