Could Corona Virus lead to a never before crash?

Basically, it already has led us to some kind of crash. However, fortunately, we handled it and nowadays we still struggle with those changes which happened to the market because of coronavirus. In my opinion, traders and investors always have to be ready for such things. Investors should keep the most part of their invested money in reliable assets, but, corona affected even the most stable assets when it hit our world.
Nevertheless, investors might face much more losses in case they wouldn't think about their funds beforehand. I suppose that we handled first several waves of corona with minimum losses, but not al of us of course.
 
Well, many market analysts assumed that the Covid pandemic and global lockdown would lead to a never-before crash. It was visualised as it is shown in some Hollywood zombie apocalypse.
However, none of this became true.
Yes, some companies definitely shut down, and some faced more losses especially those that had overseas trading business. But it cannot be likely termed as a crash.
Gladly, the market is recovering now.
 
The Corona Virus has already been negatively affecting the market. Ever since the beginning of the global pandemic and majority of countries announcing lockdown, business and investments were highly influenced. This also affected different financial markets, including the Stocks. As the Indian Stock Market is heavily influenced by Foreign Direct Investments, the covid pandemic badly affected the Indian market.
However, since the beginning of this year, things have taken a positive turn. Both the NSE and BSE are performing extremely well, in fact of the growing inflation rate. FDIs have opened up again, and the government’s endless efforts to make India a global investment hub seems to be on the way of coming true.
 
I think we are already in the midst of the crash. All the countries of the world are facing huge record-breaking inflation. None of the financial markets are rising, all are in downfall. On top of that the Russia-Ukraine War has led to scarcity of commodities and imports. The future generation is lost to figure out whether they should go for the digital mode of work, or stay working in the normal offline world.
It is total chaos at the moment.
 
Agreed. The reaction of the largest economies to just print money has led to huge inflation rates which will then lead to higher interest rates and then that will lead to mortgage defaults, loan defaults etc and we will see us slip into another global recession. Was probably on the cards without Covid but this certainly appears to be sealing the deal on it.
 

Raj232

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Agreed. The reaction of the largest economies to just print money has led to huge inflation rates which will then lead to higher interest rates and then that will lead to mortgage defaults, loan defaults etc and we will see us slip into another global recession. Was probably on the cards without Covid but this certainly appears to be sealing the deal on it.
"The West" plays these games on poorer countries. But this time it might backfire as their plans have not gone as per their liking.
They wanted to reduce Russia to 3rd world country but now their sanctions are backfiring.
 

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