Chapter 40: Capital Influx

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The Vienna Stock Exchange, established in 1771, was the largest stock exchange center in Eastern Europe, attracting investors from all over Europe.

On the morning of June 11, 1850, at six o'clock, Vienna Stock Exchange was already swarming with people.

The event that could make shareholders come early to line up was naturally a major one. Austria's largest railway company—the Austrian Federal Railway Operating Group—was listing here today.

After such a long period of anticipation, the concept of railway stocks had already heated up significantly, and almost everyone believed that this sunrise industry could bring them generous returns.

A middle-aged man dressed in luxurious clothing got out of a carriage and cursed upon seeing the queue, "Damn, why are there so many people today, could they all be racing to go 'Geh scheißen!'" (Eat shit, huh?)