Fear of a second wave of corona epidemics has sent stock markets around the world into a tailspin. The BSE benchmark Sensex fell by 1115 points on Thursday. As a result, investors have lost Rs 11.31 lakh crore in six days. On the other hand, the Nifty market has risen.
The Sensex had lost 2,000 points on May 4. Four-and-a-half months later saw the biggest drop in 1115 points in a single day.
How was the fall
- As soon as the BSE opened, the Sensex began to plummet. The Sensex fell by 1115 points during the day. At the close, the Sensex had stabilized at 36,550 points.
- The Sensex has fallen by 2749.25 points for six consecutive days.
Investors have lost Rs 11.31 lakh crore for six consecutive days on the Sensex.
- Nifty’s Sensex fell 326 points. The Sensex had stabilized at 10805 points at the close.
- All the stocks were on the red flag on the BSE index. Shares of IndusInd Bank fell 7.10 per cent. Shares of Bajaj Finance, Tech Mahindra, TCS, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Steel, Infosys, Office Bank, ICICI, Maruti fell.
Coronachaya dusya latchei panic
- The corona has hit the world economy hard. Now there are fears of a second wave of corona infection in Europe, including Britain. His panic was seen in stock markets around the world.
- South Korean stock market fell 2.59 percent. Shanghai, Tokyo, Hong Kong stocks fell 1.82 percent.