What is a Market Swoon?
How Does a Market Swoon Work?
A market swoon is generally characterized by a substantial interruption in trading combined with a high trading volume. An example of a market swoon would be a steep decline in the value of the S&P 500 Index.
Why Does a Market Swoon Matter?
Market swoons frequently occur in response to economic or political shocks (for example, interest rate increases and international conflicts). The market often recovers from a market swoon in a relatively short span of time.
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