The technical analysis team at HSBC is warning recent stock market moves look eerily similar to just before 1987’s ‘Black Monday’, which saw the largest one-day market crash in history. So, when Trump won and Italians voted down Matteo Renzi’s referendum, the short sellers bounded into the market to cover their positions. A continuation of market sell off to about 20%, and above, is considered a bear” market, aka bearish on stocks. President GW Chimp was losing 800,000 jobs per month leading up to the Nov 2008 election.
Nobody on the planet can truly say with any real certainty that a market crash (which I’m guessing you’re equating to a selloff that will trigger economic recession) is already happening, though such claims would certainly be much easier to accurately predict if earnings fundamentals supported such claims.
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On July 9, 2015, the New York Stock Exchange went down for four hours in midday trading , starting around 11:30 a.m. Investors were already reeling from China’s stock market meltdown and the Greek debt crisis, and the outage just heightened the sense of chaos in the market.
However, October and November 2008 saw a significant, if temporary, increase in the average level of expectations. Demand for goods declined because people felt poor because of their losses in the stock market. The next crash in North America and what follows decades later could very well look like the previous 30 years on the Japanese Nikkei. After more than tripling their collective balance sheets since 2008 (an increase of nearly $12 trillion) to stimulate the world economy, global GDP growth is still stumbling along at an uninspiring 2.5% — and showing signs of slowing. By December, the average expectations returned to where they were prior to the crash.