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From the beginning of the 21st century until now, the biggest blow that was given to the global economy was in the year 2020. That is when the pandemic hit the entire world and left the global economy in great darkness.

The great demise of the global economy began in the month of March 2020 when the Coronavirus spread so much that it was announced as a pandemic. The pandemic resulted in shutting down all major/minor businesses on a global scale.

Even to this day, many companies haven’t switched back to the work-from-office module, and are preferring to let their employees work from home.

Impact of the Pandemic on Stock Trading Markets

Due to the pandemic, almost the entire stocks trading sector came crashing. However, during the pandemic, only the stocks of e-commerce, delivery, and pharmaceutical companies went up. On the other hand, the stocks of airline companies, food and restaurant chains, beverage companies, hotels, banks, and many more went down. It was because of the curfews and lockdowns that people were left confined to their houses. Even the traveling bans badly impacted the aviation industry, causing a huge hit to their stocks.

Even to this day, the global economy and stock markets are trying to recover from the great plunge. As a result of the pandemic, the economies of several countries have been badly hit. The inflation rates have skyrocketed and the situation is improving very slowly.

The Online Industry has kept the Economies Up

Despite all the pressure from the pandemic, it was the online sector that managed to keep the system running. The online sector kept many houses and kitchens running as millions of people switched to online trading involving several trading assets.

Although several trading scammers succeeded in depriving people of their savings, yet the sector made significant progress. Many people found online trades to be their primary pick and have switched to online trades completely as their full-time gigs.

Omicron is Another Major Hit to the Global Economy

While the world is trying to come out of the troubles that the pandemic has caused, another Coronavirus variant is brewing. The name of the particular virus is Omicron and governments from around the world are worried about its global impact.

As of now, several reports have started emerging in different parts of the world about positive cases surrounding Omicron. This means that the Omicron virus may soon be causing the same problem as it was done by the Coronavirus.

The Stock Markets may Crash Again

While the governments are getting ready to resist another pandemic, the analysts and economists are looking at the economic crisis. In the worst-case scenario, the Omicron may cause even more damage to the global economy as it was done by the Coronavirus.

The majority of the aviation companies, restaurant chains, and other similar kinds of sectors are already having a hard time towards recovery. If the Omicron results in yet another pandemic, lockdowns, and curfews, these sectors may crash down to an unrecoverable point.

As a result of the pandemic, the industry that took the highest amount of damage was the aviation sector. Due to the coronavirus, the majority of the cross-border flights were canceled on a global scale. This only carried on for days or weeks, but it went on for several months.

As a result, millions of people from the aviation sector ended up losing their jobs and to this day, the aviation companies are trying to recover from their losses. If Omicron causes the same lockdowns and travel bans, then the stock markets for the aviation sector may come down crash again.

Even now, some of the major airlines such as Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, Ryanair, Air China, and so many more are experiencing dips in stock markets. If the threat of the Omicron remains, it may soon plunge the major airline companies’ stocks.