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A stock market crash is a rapid and frequently unforeseen decline in stock values. A stock market crash can be a byproduct of a significant disaster, an economic downturn, or the burst of a protracted speculative bubble. A stock market crash can also be significantly influenced by public outrage over it, which can lead to panic selling and more price declines.

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