Globally, the Index identifies three important emerging trends in the global risk landscape: emerging economies will shoulder two-thirds of risk related financial losses, as a result of their accelerating economic growth, with their cities often highly exposed to single natural catastrophes; manmade risks, such as market crash
, power outages and nuclear accidents are becoming increasingly significant, associated with almost half the total GDP@Risk; and, new or emerging risks, such as cyber-attack, are also increasingly significant.
The researchers found no evidence that the October market crash
affected death rates, overall or from heart complications specifically.
Ingram, Scott, The Stock Market Crash
of 1929 (Gareth Stevens Audio, 2004).
All this will not keep Europe's central banks from using the recent corporate disasters, the stock market crash
, and the increasing volatility of financial markets to ask for a crucial role in the new EU supervision and regulatory architecture.
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.
If not everyone got the title's reference--to the day after the big stock market crash
of 1929--the scene was set by the music credits: "Songs from the Great Depression.
Morgan, the magnate who saved the United States from a stock market crash
in the late 19th century; John D.
THE City is bracing itself for a stock market crash
tomorrow after US shares plunged at the end of one of the worst weeks in Wall Street history.
IT'S 9-4 each of three in the Tetley's Bitter Cup after a weekend of shock results saw the front three in the market crash
Hence, Kuttner takes the stock market crash
of October 1987 as proof positive that the EMT is wrong.