Watching for the next big crash

Egan, Jack
October 1992
U.S. News & World Report;10/5/92, Vol. 113 Issue 13, p93
Recounts the 1987 October stock market crash, a record Dow plunge of 508 points in one day, and questions if October will live up to its history and suffer a recurrence. There have been many financial frights between Oct. 19, 1987 and the latest currency crisis, but none have involved the US stock market. Circumstances today; Unique intensity of the 1987 crash; Parallels with 1987; State of today's indexes.


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