The second New York Stock Exchange Findings, which was the aftermath of Black Monday in October 1987 last year, is a big difference from the last time it was the 1986 energy days, and it saw a less lively deal.
Black Monday is a global stock market crash that started in Hong Kong on October 19, 1987 (Monday), especially the closing price of the Dow 30s on the New York Stock Exchange dropped by $ 508 from the previous weekend.
The stock price crash on the Black Monday New York Stock Exchange chained to the Asian market the next day, and the Nikkei average stock price in Japan dropped by ¥ 3836.48 (down 14.90%) to ¥ 21,910, a record high. In the European market, there was a rush of institutional investors' selling orders and a simultaneous drop in global stock prices, which greatly damaged the Commonwealth of the United Kingdom.
By the way, I watched the movie "WALL STREET" for a while after returning home, but this film depicts a ruthless and greedy investor building a bubble economy, and the leading role, Gordon Gekko, It was very impressive that Michael Douglas, who played, talked over 10 minutes hotly on the theme of “Greed is good”.