Sur le krash de 1987...
Alan Greenberg, CEO Bear, Stearns & Co, en réponse à des questions sur le krach boursier de 1987, deux jours plus tard :
"Stocks fluctuate, next question."
L'économiste Robert Shiller, co-lauréat prix Nobel 2013 :
"Investors had expectations before the 1987 crash that something like a 1929 crash was a possibility, and comparisons with 1929 were an integral part of the phenomenon. It would be wrong to think that the crash could be understood without reference to the expectations engendered by this historical comparison. In a sense many people were playing out an event again that they knew well."
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