What day did the stock market crash?
October 29th, 1929
Stock market crash of 1929 was also known as the "Great Crash". This was begining of The Great Depression. It was called Black Thursday, Black Monday, or Black Tuesday depending on which day you are talking about. Black Thursday was October 24, the actual day the stock market crashed. Black Monday and Black Tuesday were the downturn on October 28 and 29, that caused the alarm. The stock market crash continued for another month.
Actually, the stock market crash did not provoke the financial crisis. The stock market crash was caused by the financial crisis. Due to the bad economic situation, the liquidity in the markets was severely affected. People were running short of cash badly. Hence they started liquidating their stock holdings to raise cash and when millions of people started selling their stocks, panic struck and the stock market crashed.