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An exhausted trader slumps in his chair at the Toronto Stock Exchange October 19, 1987, known as Black Monday. (Tim Clark/The Canadian Press)

An exhausted trader slumps in his chair at the Toronto Stock Exchange October 19, 1987, known as Black Monday.

(Tim Clark/The Canadian Press)

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Friday marks the 25th anniversary of Black Monday, the day stock markets around the world crashed and the Dow Jones industrial average dropped by 22.61 per cent, shedding $500-billion in value - the largest single-day loss in history.

The Globe is collecting readers' stories about that day and those that followed. Were you invested in the stock markets in 1987? Tell us about your experience in the form below.

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