On October 19,1987, stock markets around the world suffered one of their worst days ever. It came to be known as Black Monday. Jerry Kronenberg, managing editor for TheStreet, joins CBSN to discuss the impact of the '87 crash and what lessons we have
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Published: 2021-05-06 08:47 pm
30 years after Black Monday, what has Wall Street learned?
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