Following the events recorded on September 11, 2001 have been affected certain sectors, including economic, social and health among others.Economic effects
The attacks had a major impact on the U.S. market and therefore on the world market. Share indexes New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), American Stock Exchange and NASDAQ closed duringSeptember 11 and did not open until 17 at 3:30 pm. When the markets opened after the biggest strike since the Great Depression, the Dow had fallen 684 points at the end of the week the Dow had
Shares in the U.S. stock market lost 1.4 trillion dollars in value. In three months, only in New York, lost nearly 43,000 jobs and $ 2.8 million in wages.
As for the airlineindustry, U.S. airspace was closed for several days for the first time in its history.
The U.S. economy entered a recession since 2001 as a result of growing insecurity and distrust in the security ofthe Western world after a decade of virtually uninterrupted growth, although economic activity had shown signs of exhaustion since 1998 , effect of the Asian crisis, with the loss of more than amillion jobs in the industrial sector between 1999 and 2000.
The consumption declined as a result of facing the population paranoia and skepticism about attending crowded places and traveling. Thedemand for commercial flights drastically reduced.
Infrastructure damaged as a result of these attacks had to be demolished, causing a devaluation in the remaining infrastructure.
A consequence ofthis international stock markets declined multimillion suffering heavy losses.
The Spanish stock market fell sharply to a 4.6%, by 8.5% in Germany, 5.7% in London. Producing and decreases by theU.S. dollar against the pound sterling, euro and yen.
This greatly hurt Third World countries that depend on one way or another the United States.
Latin America markets plunged then creating...