Global stock markets in Turmoil & their future

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It seems that world's financial market is passing through a tough time after Chinese markets major crash down

Now a days, investors have become very apprehensive about their investments as market has become very volatile. Even in a week's duration, most of the global markets are giving 7-10 percent movement both side. That's why there is more confusion about the direction of the markets.


Chinese market has rectified almost 60 percent in last 3-4 months which is a huge amount. Even after Chinese government's efforts such as currency devaluation, financial support, policy rate cuts, situation is not fully under control.

The impact of Chinese market are being seen world wide even on the markets of Europe and USA, although not upto that extent. Indian stock market Nifty has reached a level of around 7600 from its high point of around 9000."

People still are apprehensive about the future direction of the market even after the melt down of crude oil prices. Dollar is rising day by day against the rupee which is also putting negative impact on the market. It seems, this bearish trend is more because of the global developments till now instead of domestic factors and it will take some time for the concrete directional movement of the market. Till then we also suggest, try to stay away from the major investments.



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