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Analysis: More a 1987 stock market crash than a global financial crisis

  • Sat, 10 Feb 2018 02:39
The Wall Street wipe-out shows parallels with the 1987 crash, when a bloated Wall Street tanked and took global markets along with it, writes Ian Verrender. Top Stories

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