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In cartoons: India’s latest stock market crash

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Re-imagining the market crash.
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The Chinese stock market crash in August led to a bloodbath in global equity markets, including India’s.

While the gravity of the situation caused panic—and much grief—among investors and policy makers alike, cartoonists in India portrayed the crash in a lighter vein.

These artists took a dig at everything—from prime minister Narendra Modi’s delayed reforms to the skyrocketing price of onions in India—and linked it back to the massive slide in the stock market.

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