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Wall Street activity has produced a number of bubbles and panics. We can't include all of them, but below are a few of the more notable ones that are worth including:
Below is just a selection of resources for those interested in studying the various stock market crashes. There are resources in the General Resources section of this guide that also cover the events on Wall Street. Given that the events of 1987 are relatively recent, anyone researching these topics would find many articles in newspapers like the Wall Street Journal, local newspapers, and trade magazines that would be very helpful and easier to find in full-text databases.
The following materials link to fuller bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online Catalog. Links to digital content are provided when available.