The Worst Market Crash in History: ‘We’re not going to let it happen again’

Market crash: ‘A lot of people thought it was going to be good’ The worst market crash in history?

The crash that led to the collapse of the housing market. 

It happened on February 23, 2007, in the northern Italian town of Mantua. 

Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, the head of the Italian government, had been in the United States for a summit with American President Donald Trump and his top economic advisors. 

Monti was visiting the White House for the start of a series of meetings with the president and other key players, including a meeting with then-candidate Trump. 

According to the Financial Times, MontI had been due to fly to New York City to meet with the Trump team and was due to meet the next day with Trump himself. 

As the crash hit, Monti was on his way home from the White Street Hotel, the home of the former prime minister, where he had been staying for the past week. 

The crash left the entire town of 1.3 million people without a single dwelling, according to Reuters. 

More than 100 people died, with more than 200,000 in hospital. 

“When you see what happened, it’s a tragedy, and I am ashamed that I had to deal with it,” Monti said in a press conference that was broadcast on Italian television. 

But the crash was also a political catastrophe for the country. 

Many of the country’s leaders were still in power, and Monti’s ruling party had been widely unpopular, with many Italians blaming him for the crash. 

On the morning of February 24, Montiei visited the town of Bari, near Mantua, to speak with residents and to check on their housing situation. 

Within hours, he called Trump.

“The crash happened because there was a lack of transparency,” Montisi told the news agency. 

When Trump called, the prime minister had already received a call from a senior member of the administration, according a former senior government official who spoke on condition of anonymity. 

Trump agreed to meet Monti in the afternoon and Montie was supposed to attend the meeting, but Trump didn’t show up, according the official. 

He had dinner with Trump, then went to the office of the prime minster. 

Later that evening, he was in the car with Monti and then to a party at the White house, according CNN. 

At this point, Trump had not yet had a chance to meet all the other leaders at the meeting. 

In the meantime, Trump, Montis team, and the administration were all in the middle of a campaign against the banks, which they accused of manipulating the market.

“We had a lot of pressure, a lot, of pressure,” Montis told Reuters.

“We were very tired of this.” 

The government was already facing pressure over its handling of the crisis, with the former central bank president, Mario Montzi, resigning over the crisis. 

Despite the crash, the economy was still growing, and many hoped that Monti would stay on for the next two years. 

After the crash Trump signed an executive order calling for a new banking and financial system. 

A new system that Monti promised would be in place by the end of 2017. 

And then came the worst market crisis of all. 

Two days later, the market crashed, causing Italy to lose half its value. 

Almost immediately, the country lost a third of its GDP. 

By the time the market had recovered, the economic situation in Italy had become so dire that the prime ministers resignation would be a big factor in the vote of no confidence against him. 

There was no one in power who could rescue the economy, and a new, unpopular prime minister was elected, and Montici, who had been president for just two months, had a huge chance of winning the election. 

However, the political situation in the country had deteriorated, with a number of senior politicians, including Montisi, resignations, and with the financial markets crashing, Montisi lost a chance of getting the job. 

Italy’s economic problems had a devastating effect on the country, which had been a member of NATO. 

Since the crash and the government’s handling of it, the Italy military has been stretched thin, and has lost ground in a war against the Islamic State group (IS). 

Montiani is not a political leader “It’s not a leader.

I am not a politician.

I’m not an autocrat.

I don’t have the powers to do what I want,” Montiani told reporters at the time of his resignation. 

With Monti gone, President Matteo Renzi, who was elected in the next general election, took over. 

Renzi called a general election for April 6, 2016, which