Systemic risk is the possibility that an event in a single asset or company could trigger severe instability or collapse an entire industry or economy. Asset classes or companies are considered to be a systemic risk when they are "too big to fail". Systemic risk and was a major contributor to the subprime mortgage crisis crisis of 2008.
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