After the hefty falls in Asia continued in the cases of the stockholm stock exchange, as in the rest of Europe. In an 11-a-time, each of the courses down to 4 per cent, in Stockholm, sweden. On the major european exchanges low a minus of 2 to 4 per cent.
Earlier on Monday, it was pitch black in most of the major stock markets in the Asia Pacific region, where several countries have introduced new restrictions on the company, air transport, and the inhabitants, in order to put a stop to the spread of the new coronavirus.
it fell more than 5 percent at the opening but recovered somewhat, and lay-3.8 at lunch time.
the Shanghai and Shenzhen dropped, respectively, kompositindex in the opening, both of which 2.4 per cent, and in Seoul, korea, was korea's Kospi at the beginning of the eftermiddagshandeln have lost close to 4 per cent.
for The indian stock market plunged in the trading session of 9 percent for the S&P BSE Sensex was handelsstoppas, when it reached a ten per cent, and in Singapore, the falling stock market was 7.5 per cent.
that was received, was a leader in the Nikkei 225, which fluttered in the förmiddagshandeln both above and below the zero line. When the lunch break was the index, was 0.4 percent up. The broader Topix index closed down for the lunch, with a fall of 1 per cent.
In both Australia and New Zealand have collapsed, the stock markets, as a result of that both countries have announced that they are to a large extent the barriers are up again. New Zealand's NZX 50 dropping nearly 8 per cent. While the australian ASX 200 dropped 8 per cent and then recovering to a drop of about 4 per cent.
" We are seeing losses across the board. However, some are worse than others, such as Australia and New Zealand, " says James Tao, a market analyst in the australian, Commonwealth Bank, and to the RIGHT.
european stock markets will be back when they open on Monday, as they were strong on Friday, as opposed to Wall Street. In addition, the u.s. senate's ' no ' to a stimulus, worsening the mood of the investors. The academic year, the points are also on the decline.
" It will be intresserant to see if they go down. You can expect a period of continued market volatility. I don't think it's going to change in the near future, " says Tao.
For investors, he says, that the week contains some interesting figures. On Tuesday, the expected manufacturing data in Japan, the EUROPEAN union, the united kingdom, and the united states, and on Thursday, the unemployment claims in the united states.
" There's an expectation of a very high increase in demands for unemployment benefits. It will be an indication of just how bad it can be out of europe, in the united states, " says James Tao.<