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... Total home equity in the United States, which was valued at $13 trillion at its peak in 2006, had dropped to $8.8 trillion by mid-2008 and was still falling in late 2008 ... household asset, dropped by 22%, from $10.3 trillion in 2006 to $8 trillion in mid-2008 ... During the same period, savings and investment assets (apart from retirement savings) lost $1.2 trillion and pension assets lost $1.3 trillion ...
More definitions of "trillion":
- (adj): One million million in the United States.
Synonyms: a trillion
- (noun): The number that is represented as a one followed by 18 zeros.
Example: "In England they call a quintillion a trillion"
Synonyms: one million million million
Famous quotes containing the word trillion:
“The last best hope of earth, two trillion dollars in debt, is spinning out of control, and all we can do is stare at a flickering cathode-ray tube as Ollie answers questions on TV while the press, resolutely irrelevant as ever, asks politicians if they have committed adultery. From V-J Day 1945 to this has been, my fellow countrymen, a perfect nightmare.”
—Gore Vidal (b. 1925)