By many, Black Tuesday is considered the end of the Roaring '20s and the start of the Great Depression.
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Black Tuesday — ˌBlack ˈTuesday noun [uncountable] 1. FINANCE Tuesday October 29, 1929, the worst day of the Wall Street Crash 2. any Tuesday when something bad happens * * * Black Tuesday UK US noun ECONOMICS, FINANCE, STOCK MARKET ► … Financial and business terms
Black Tuesday — [Black Tuesday] (in the US) the name given to 29 October 1929, the day on which the ↑New York Stock Exchange lost $9 billion. It was the beginning of the ↑Great Depression. When another large loss occurred on 19 October 1987, the day was called… … Useful english dictionary
Black Tuesday — Schwarzer Dienstag (engl. Black Tuesday ) bezeichnet den 29. Oktober 1929, fünf Tage nach der US Börsenkrise am Schwarzen Donnerstag. Durch eine einsetzende Panikreaktion auf den Schwarzen Freitag, der einen Zusammenbruch der Börse signalisierte … Deutsch Wikipedia
Black Tuesday — /blæk tju:zdeɪ/ noun Tuesday, 29th October, 1929, when the US stock market crashed … Dictionary of banking and finance
Black Tuesday — (in the US) the name given to 29 October 1929, the day on which the New York Stock Exchange lost $9 billion. It was the beginning of the Great Depression. When another large loss occurred on 19 October 1987, the day was called Black Monday. * * * … Universalium
Black Tuesday — noun October 24, 1929, the day of a major stock market crash, considered the onset of the Great Depression in the United States … Wiktionary
Black Tuesday — October 29, 1929, when the U.S. stock market crashed, trigggering the Great Depressuon … Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games
Black Tuesday — (Economics) October 29 1929 (day that the New York stock market crashed 13%, beginning of the Great Depression) … English contemporary dictionary
Black Tuesday — Voir Mardi, ça saignera … Dictionnaire mondial des Films
Black Tuesday — The October 29, 1929, stock market crash. The stock market crash symbolized the beginning of the Great Depression, though a downturn in the economy had already started … American business jargon