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The stock market crash of 1987 bears another significant mention in the history of stock trading The crash was big, fast and the market suffered heavy losses
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A stock market crash is a sudden dramatic decline of stock prices across a significant cross-section of a stock market, resulting in a significant loss of paper wealth
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The 1987 crash refers to the selloff that occurred on "Black Monday," October 19, the largest single-day decline in US stock market history: -22 6%
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Over the last 100 years, there have been several large stock market crashes that have plagued the American financial system For example, during the Great Depression, stock prices dropped to 10% of their previous highs and during the crash of 1987, the market fell more than 20% in one day This
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Following the 1987 stock market crash there was great interest in program trading (a term not so commonly used today) and its impact on volatility
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Summary Subprime mortgage bubble The precipitating factor for the Financial Crisis of 2007–2008 was a high default rate in the United States subprime home mortgage sector – the bursting of the "subprime bubble"
- 2015 - The Economic Collapse
It’s official – 2015 was a horrible year for stocks On the last day of the year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down another 178 points, and overall it was the worst year for the Dow since 2008