Panic selling continued to impact the domestic equity markets on the back of a sporadic sell-off in global indices due to the spread of coronavirus cases around the world.
The Indian equity markets trimmed losses on Thursday afternoon, post an over 460 points-slump on the BSE Sensex in the initial hours of trade.
In a rare scene, none of the Sensex and Nifty constituent stocks on Monday proved resilient enough to survive the sell-off in the Indian markets sparked by the fast-spreading coronavirus.
Indian stock markets alongside global equities tumbled and prices of safe haven assets such as gold logged a record high over fears of further disruption in economic activity owing to the jump in coro
Fear of further disruption in economic activity owing to the jump in coronavirus related deaths drove the prices of safe haven assets like Gold to a record high and pushed the oil prices and global eq