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A situation in which the value of financial institutions or assets drops rapidly. A financial crisis is often associated with a panic or a run on the banks, in which investors sell off assets or withdraw money from savings accounts with the expectation that the value of those assets will drop if they remain at a financial institution.

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Une récession économique qui a commencé le 29 octobre 1929, suite à l'écrasement de la bourse américaine. La grande dépression étaient originaires des États-Unis, mais s'est rapidement répandue en ...

Domain: Financial services; Category: General Finance

The dot-com bubble was a stock market bubble that popped to near-devastating effect in 2001. It was powered by the rise of Internet sites and the tech industry in general, and many of these companies ...

Domain: Financial services; Category: General Finance

Its all started to show its effects in the middle of 2007 and into 2008. Around the world stock markets have fallen, large financial institutions have collapsed or been bought out, and governments in ...

Domain: Financial services; Category: General Finance

それは 1987 年 10 月の 19 で起こったときにダウ ・ ジョーンズ工業株平均 (ダウ平均) ' s 値 1 日だけで (約 5 億米ドル) 22.6% によって、落ちた。それは歴史の中で最大の 1 日の市場の暴落だった。香港でクラッシュ始めたし、1 日だけで米国市場に出回る最終的にヨーロッパに西に広がっています。 ...

Domain: Financial services; Category: General Finance

그것은 1987 년 10 월 19에서 일 때 다우 존스 산업 평균 (DJIA) ' s 값 하루에 단지 22.6% (약 500만 달러) 떨어졌다. 그것은 역사에서 가장 큰 일일 시장이 추락 했다. 충돌 홍콩에서 시작 하 고 1 일에 미국 시장에 타격을 서쪽 유럽 그리고 결국 ...

Domain: Financial services; Category: General Finance

It happened in the 19 of October 1987, when Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)'s value dropped by 22.6% ( around USD 500 million) just in one day. It was the largest one-day market crash in ...

Domain: Financial services; Category: General Finance

It refers to the 16 September of 1992, when the British government was forced to withdraw British pounds from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM),due to their inability to keep the pound above ...

Domain: Financial services; Category: General Finance

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