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The Great Depression A Time of Struggle Survival and Reform I Black Thursday A October 24 1929 B First day of panic C Investors sold stock fast II Causes of Crash A 1924 to Black Thursday bull market kept prices up B People thought stock was a get rich quick scheme C Higher wages meant investing more stock D Banks lent money on margin 1 Stocks were no longer just for the rich E No regulations on banks or stock market 1 Might have prevented this type of investing III During the Great Depression A National income dropped from 87 billion to 40 billion B Great depression struck every individual C Economic problems created social problems Jobs were lost Families were broken Students dropped out of school Suicides were numerous Businessmen sold fruit on street People became homeless Over 9000 banks failed IV Outcomes of the Depression A Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Developed Regulations came for banks and stock markets FDIC started insuring individuals deposits in banks Regulated banks to prevent lending margins from stock investors The Great Depression A Time of Struggle Survival and Reform During the history of the stock market in the United States there have been many days in which the market declined numerous points This is referred to as a market crash One is called Black Thursday which marked the beginning of the Great Depressions It was decades ago when the roaring twenties came to a booming halt on October 24 1929 as the stock market crashed It is called Black Thursday because it was the first day of panic and the start of the Great Depression Investors tried to sell stock as fast as possible on this day Within the first twenty days of the crash the value of stock held by investors in the United States fell thirty billion
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