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 +Thirty years ago, the Dow Jones industrial [[http://​www.melodyhome.com/​category-0/?​u=0&​q=average%20plunged|average plunged]] by
 + 22.6% — a gut-wrenching 508 points
 + — to 1,738.74 on what is now referred to as 
 +Black Monday
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 +It was by far the largest one-day percentage drop in US stock market history.
 +That would be the equivalent of the Dow crashing by about 5,233 points in a single day, down to 17,921.
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 +But as scary as that October day was, US economic growth remained resilient,​
 +and  [[https://​geoli.miskin.fr/​profile_stewartvallecill|Peruvian Maca ile kosztuje]] gross-domestic-product growth never went negative. This is arguably the most important thing to remember about the whole ordeal.
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 +That's not to say the stock market has zero effect on the economy. After all, a huge sell-off could slow the economy and 
 +even lead to a recession
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 +But analysts have previously suggested stock-market crashes typically lead to less severe recessions than something like, for  [[https://​klearskytesting.com/​hu/​eroxel-velemenyek-ar-hogyan-mukoedik/​|Eroxel Hogyan viselkedni használ ez]] example, ​ [[https://​klearskytesting.com/​it/​man-pride-recensioni-di-prezzo-come-funziona/​|Man Pride recitazione]] a housing crash or a credit crisis.
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 +Lombard Street Research'​s Dario Perkins once compared
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 +the effect on GDP from both the dotcom stock market crash of 2000 and  [[https://​klearskytesting.com/​pl/​peruvian-maca-opinie-ceny-jak-to-dziala/​|Peruvian Maca ile kosztuje]] the subprime-mortgage crisis of 2007-2008. GDP [[https://​www.behance.net/​search?​content=projects&​sort=appreciations&​time=week&​search=continued|continued]] to rise during the former, but it got slammed in the wake of the latter. ​
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 +Going back to stocks, it's encouraging to remember the stock market didn't die Black Monday. The Dow is up about 1,231% since that fateful October day, to around 23,150.