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21 Figure 1
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Crash of 1903 210 2 1.8 190 October 1903 1.6 170 1.4 150 1.2 130 1 0.8 110 0.6 90 0.4 70 0.2 50 0 Real GDPDow JonesSpread
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22 Figure 2
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Crash of 1907 150 2 140 1. 8 October 1907 130 1. 6 120 1. 4 110 1. 2 100 1 90 0. 8 80 0. 6 70 0. 4 60 0. 2 50 0 Real GDPDow JonesSpread
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Figure 3
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Crashes of 1917 and 1920 150 2 140 1.8 November 1917December 1920 130 1.6 120 1.4 110 1.2 100 1 90 0.8 80 0.6 70 0.4 60 0.2 50 0 Real GDPDow JonesSpread
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24 Figure 4 Crash of 1929 110 100 2.5 90 80 2 70 60 October 1929 1.5 50 40 1 30 20 10 0.5 Real GDPDow JonesSpread
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25 Figure 5
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Crashes of 1937 120.00 3.4 September 1937 110.00 100.00 2.9 90.00 80.00 2.4 70.00 60.00 1.9 50.00 40.00 1.4 Real GDPDow JonesSpread
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26 Figure 6
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Crash of 1940 160 3.4 3.2 150 June 1940 3 140 2.8 130 2.6 120 2.4 110 2.2 100 2 90 1.8 80 1.6 70 1.4 Real GDPDow JonesSpread
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27 Figure 7
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Crash of 1946 130 2 1.8 September 1946 120 1.6 110 1.4 100 1.2 90 1 0.8 80 0.6 70 0.4 60 0.2 50 0 Real GDPS&P500Spread
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28 Figure 8
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Crash of 1962 140 2 1.8 April 1962 130 1.6 120 1.4 1.2 110 1 100 0.8 0.6 90 0.4 80 0.2 70 0 S&P500Real GDPSpread
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29 Figure 9
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Crash of 1970 150 2 140 1.8 May 1970 130 1.6 120 1.4 110 1.2 100 1 90 0.8 80 0.6 70 0.4 60 0.2 50 0 Real GDPS&P500Spread 30
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Figure 10
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Crash of 1973 120 2.5 2.3 110 November 1973 2.1 100 1.9 1.7 90 1.5 80 1.3 1.1 70 0.9 60 0.7 50 0.5 S&P500Real GDPSpread
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31 Figure 11
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Crash of 1987 120 2 1.8 October 1987 110 1.6 100 1.4 90 1.2 80 1 0.8 70 0.6 60 0.4 50 0.2 40 0 Real GDPS&P500Spread
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32 Figure 12
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Crash of 1990 140 2 1.8 130 August 1990 1.6 120 1.4 110 1.2 100 1 0.8 90 0.6 80 0.4 70 0.2 60 0 Real GDPS&P500Spread
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33 Figure 13 Crash of 2000
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110 2 1. 8 100 1. 6 90 1. 4 80 1. 2 August 2000 70 1 0. 8 60 0. 6 50 0. 4 40 0. 2 30 0 Jan-95Jul -95Jan-96Jul -96Jan-97Jul -97Jan-98Jul -98Jan-99Jul -99Jan-00Jul -00Jan-01Jul -01 Real GDPS&P500Spread
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