The market of G20 countries lost 7% to 29% in a week

Exchanges of G20 countries lost an average of 19% over the past week on the fall of oil and the Declaration of a coronavirus pandemic, according to trading data.

The most stable was China, which is gradually recovering from the coronavirus. One of the main Chinese indexes, the Shanghai Composite, has lost 7.1% since last Friday and is at 2,826 points (against 3,042 on Friday, March 6).

The Saudi Tadawul index lost 9.2%, falling from 7004 to 6357 points.

Mexican stock exchange fell by 13.5% (the BMV from 42347 to 36637), South African 14.9% (FTSE/JSE All Share from 52067 to 44303), Indonesian 15.8% (IDX from 5520 to 4647), and Turkish 16.1% (BIST 100 from 111654 to 93639).

South Korea’s KOSPI index fell 16.8% over the week (from 2036 to 1693).

The US S&P 500 sank 17.5% for the week (from 3008 to 2471), the Japanese Nikkei 225 by 17.8% (from 20633 to 16962).

The Australian stock exchange has lost 18.6% since last Friday (S&P/ASX 200 from 6245 to 5081), the Indian 19.1% (Nifty 50 from 11259 to 9108), the Argentine 21.0% (Merval from 35888 to 28352).

European exchanges are among the most affected. The British FTSE 100 lost 20.9% (from 6613 to 5234), the German DAX 22.0% (from 11748 to 9161), the French CAC 40 23.4% (from 5276 to 4044).

The Canadian S&P/TSX index fell 24.0% over the week (from 16469 to 12515).

Italy suffered the most, with its FTSE MIB index falling by almost a third-by 29.2% (from 21108 to 14949).

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