Heavy trading in stocks: huge loss for investors | Equity indices lagged behind in panic sales

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. US President Donald Trump announces a 30-day ban on U.S. arrivals from European countries to spread the Coron virus.

It is feared that these disruptions will result in huge business stagnation and economic impact. Globally, stock markets around the world are experiencing a sharp decline.

This deterioration continues to this day. The Sensex lost more than 2,000 points in a short time on the Bombay Stock Exchange. The Sensex lost 2000 points.

The Sensex dropped 1600 points to reach 32550. Similarly, the Nifty traded down 450 points to 9460 points on the National Stock Exchange.

The breakdown continued until the afternoon. The Sensex dropped more than 2700 points in the afternoon. Similarly, the Nifty fell over 700 points. Investors have lost billions of dollars in this.

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