April 14, 2000

The day the Nasdaq crashed, which incidentally, was on the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.

Friday, the 14th of April 2000, signaled the end of a remarkable speculative high-tech bubble starting in spring 1997. The closing of the Nasdaq at 3321 corresponded to a total loss of over 35% since its all-time high of 5133 on the 10th of March 2000.

See also : new economy  
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