Absence of history; Stock market collapse – trading stops: investors lose billions of trading suspended for 45 minutes

The coronavirus, known as the Kovit-1 virus, which threatens China, is spreading rapidly to countries such as Iran, South Korea and Italy. Covid-1 is spread to many regions of the world, including Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Canada and Cambodia.

The coroner virus was also purchased in the United States. So far, 3 people have died of coronavirus in the United States. More than a thousand people are infected with coronavirus. At the same time, President Donald Trump has announced a 30-day ban on controlling the spread of the virus on European arrivals from European countries.

It is feared that this disruption will result in huge business stagnation and economic impact. As a result, global stock markets have declined sharply since yesterday.

The Sensex, the benchmark benchmark of the Bombay Stock Exchange, fell 2,626 points to 12,7787.7 points at the end of trading yesterday. The benchmark Sensex fell 8.18 percent.

The National Stock Exchange’s Nifty lost 5.25 points to end at 9,590. The stock markets today fell for the second consecutive day, the worst in history.

Within a short period of trading, the Sensex fell by over 3,000 points. The trade was thus suspended for 45 minutes. The benchmark Sensex fell 2,6.26 points to 25,683 points. Overnight, the Sensex fell 10 percent.

Nifty traded down 965 points, or 86 points, on the National Stock Exchange. As a result, millions of investors have lost millions.

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