Black Tuesday


Black Tuesday
(in the US) the name given to 29 October 1929, the day on which the New York Stock Exchange lost $9 billion. It was the beginning of the Great Depression. When another large loss occurred on 19 October 1987, the day was called Black Monday.

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  • Black Tuesday — [Black Tuesday] (in the US) the name given to 29 October 1929, the day on which the ↑New York Stock Exchange lost $9 billion. It was the beginning of the ↑Great Depression. When another large loss occurred on 19 October 1987, the day was called… …   Useful english dictionary

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