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NEW YORK - eTradeWire -- By: Mooka Da'knowledge Public Relations For So Seductive Kiss Fans

"The stock market crash in October 1929 didn't destroy a particularly large amount of wealth or make people highly pessimistic. Rather, it made companies, and consumers very unsure about future income, and so led them to stop spending as they waited for more information." - Christina Romer

On May 17, 1792, the trading market opened in the state of New York. At that current time the federal government earned 3.67 million. The 1929 great stock market crash was caused by the rumors about how much a person can make from investing in the shares of companies. This caused the market to become unstable. In the 21st century on September 29, 2008, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 777 points in the middle of a trading day. As financial institutions approved A loans to applicants that could not afford them; those loans began to default, and caused a market crash. As of 2022, the most expensive share is from Berkshire Hathaway at a price of $458,675 per share. According to financial experts like Warren Buffett, It is possible to pick stocks that can have gains of 1,200% in a trading day. Since the covid-19 emergency the stock market has had uncertain outcomes. Matt Egan, of CNN Business reports that the Dow is on its longest losing streak since 1923. The Federal Reserve will continue to raise interest rates in order to balance the economy between inflation, and consumer spending. According to the data research of the Home Buying Institute, the average home mortgage in 2022 is $2,071.

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