Bullish Rippers Mid-Week Recap 03/13

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How the Stock Market Performed Today

Heat Map of the S&P 500

What’s Ripping

What’s Dipping

Quick Hits

  • House Passes Bill to Ban TikTok or Force Sale; Lobbyists Turn to Senate (WSJ)

  • Elon Musk cancels X partnership with former CNN anchor Don Lemon after interview (CNBC)

  • The 10 Largest Single-Day Stock Market Losses (Ticker History)

  • Jamie Dimon backs Disney’s Bob Iger in proxy fight with Nelson Peltz (Financial Times)

  • Stripe reveals it passed $1 trillion in total payment volume in 2023 (CNBC)

The 10 Largest Single-Day Stock Market Losses

Let’s explore the ten largest single-day stock market losses, focusing on the events that triggered these declines and the aftermath of each. From the early panic of 1907, which highlighted the need for a central banking system, to the more recent crashes triggered by technological upheavals and global health crises, each event provides valuable lessons on the complexities of financial markets. Understanding these historical losses is crucial for investors, policymakers, and the public, as they offer insights into the mechanisms of market crashes and the importance of safeguards to protect against future financial disasters.

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