The largest global threats are: market crash
($103.33 billion); interstate conflict ($80.00 billion); and tropical windstorm ($62.58 billion).
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.
Investors have alleged that one of the biggest culprits behind the market crash
of 2008 were chartered accountant firms assigned by the KSE the system audit of the defaulter brokers but which failed to point out the brokers' malpractice of unauthorized share pledging.
Production and business activity began to decline in July, 1929, although the famous stock market crash
came in October of that year.
Trevor Williams, chief economist at Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets, said: "UK firms shrugged off the latest interest rate rise but it appears they were unable to ignore recent predictions of a housing market crash
Together, midsize pork producers aim at niche markets: After the hog market crash
of 1998-99, four hog producers in Hubbard, Iowa, decided to band together to save their midsize farms.
The idea that realtors could remove the random, speculative aspects of the field through a grounding in science was devastated by the bursting of the Florida bubble in 1926 that preceded the stock market crash
, and the sector was further devastated by the drop in housing starts in the early 1930s.
While his boxing career seemed on track, Braddock's financial future was devastated in March 1929 when the Bank of the United States succumbed to the accelerating wave of bank failures that prefigured the Stock Market Crash
of the following October.
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 stock market crash
of October 1929 is often seen as the end of the prosperity of the 1920s.
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.
Fung and Hsieh  also provide quantitative estimates on the market impact of hedge funds over a comprehensive set of market events, from the October 1987 stock market crash
to the Asian Currency crisis of 1997.