With The Stock Market Experiencing A Bloodbath, Netizens Open Floodgates To Hilarious Memes


For a lot of us, the Sensex is an alien subject and seeing people sitting with hands on their heads in offices hardly evokes any empathy. But for those who are into investing in the stock market, the word ‘crash’ is a death knell.

The recent plunge of the Sensex has left people running from pillar to post. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1,175 points – the biggest  drop in history since 2011. The plunge led to worries about higher inflation and interest rates. 

But amid all the tension, Twitterati’s meme generating population came to the rescue, churning out some hilarious memes. Take a look at some of the most relatable tweets: 



#economics #finance #BSE #humor #tech
And the quote for today seems to be
‘Have you lost your #Sensex?

— Vinay Kanchan (@vinaykanchan5) 2 February 2018



#economics #finance #BSE #humor #tech
And the quote for today seems to be
‘Have you lost your #Sensex?

— Vinay Kanchan (@vinaykanchan5) 2 February 2018


Taimur’s reaction on #Sensex crash ~ NDTV pic.twitter.com/DNxATNtudL

— Ankur Singh (@iAnkurSingh) 6 February 2018


Small businessman crying after loss in share market. pic.twitter.com/mdaoVAYteQ

— नया पकौड़ा विक्रेता 😂😂😂😂 (@softhearthuman0) 6 February 2018


I have refrained from commenting on the Budget 2018 because much depends on how policies are  implemented on the ground.

However, can’t help share this really funny one:

*Sensex has committed “Jauhar” after seeing Arun Khilji’ s budget !!!!*

— MadhuPurnima Kishwar (@madhukishwar) 3 February 2018



Me: What else did you expect from a Government that has been doing this with our economy for the past 4 years 😏#WallStreet #MutualFunds #MumbaiSensex #Nifty Market Live .. #TuesdayThoughts #MakePakPay #Manikarnika #KaleereinOnZeeTV pic.twitter.com/ch0DNvLm12

— True Indian (@cosmicdang) 6 February 2018


Valentine’s season so everything is red red #sensex#ltcg

— S. (@Sonalieeeee) 6 February 2018

Come hail or high water, even in the darkest of times (like the Sensex crash) Twitter and its meme factory will always come to the rescue!

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