What is PANIC?

When an abrupt loss of public confidence occurs in the financial system (leading it to cripple), causing drastically falling stock prices, business and banking failures as well as a complete and utter crash of the stock market, that situation is known as a ‘panic’. Panics have not occurred since the middle of the 20th century.

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