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The researchers set out to investigate a possible relation between a stock market crash and cardiac death in a large population within the United States.
The early part of the 1990s brought another stock market crash at the same time that VW/Audi was overtaking Tetrapak in the highest-fines-for-breach-of-competition-law table.
The stock market crash of 1929 and the subsequent depression led to the creation of the Security Exchange Commission to protect the little guy.
The major thesis of this book is that a stock market crash is not the result of short-term exogenous events, but rather involves a long-term endogenous buildup, with exogenous events acting merely as triggers.
The Letter Writer by Robert Mercer-Nairne is a compelling satirical spoof of those frantic get-rich-quick schemes and too-good-to-be-true financial intrigues that were to climax in the great stock market crash of 2000.
An extensive index, photo and text credits are provided This history of women ("girls") includes many excerpts from diaries and eyewitness accounts, which gives immediacy to a variety of events, from the stock market crash to the ill-fated Donner party expedition.
The herd instinct was a prime factor in the 2000 to 2001 "tech wreck," the 1929 stock market crash and the Mexican currency crises of 1982 and 1984.
The key point is that neither EU governments and their finance ministers nor regulators and supervisors dare to be caught sleeping while the global financial house is shaking after the global stock market crash, the terrorist attack on America, and the recent U.
Hong Kong's financial authorities have tested the effectiveness of their crisis-response system with scenarios such as a plunge of the yen, a stock market crash and terror attacks on the territory, the government and local media said Monday.
On the day of the announcement, the bonds recorded their largest one-day price gain ever, while yields took their biggest dive since the 1987 stock market crash.
A similar scenario occurred in 1987, says Southwood, when metal traders reacted to the stock market crash as if it was the predecessor to a dire recession, when in fact the overall economy (and demand for consumer goods) was not severely affected by what occurred on Wall Street.