What is another word for financial crisis?

Pronunciation: [fa͡ɪnˈanʃə͡l kɹˈa͡ɪsɪs] (IPA)

A financial crisis is a situation when there is a severe disruption in the functioning of a financial market or system that leads to significant economic instability or recession. Synonyms for "financial crisis" include economic crisis, market crash, financial meltdown, monetary crisis, fiscal setback, credit crisis, and banking crisis. The term "recession" is often used synonymously with "financial crisis," as it refers to a period of economic decline characterized by a significant decrease in GDP for several months in a row. Other related terms include depression, stock market crash, and monetary collapse. While these terms may have slightly different nuances, they are all commonly used to describe a period of financial distress and instability.

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