Mumbai: India’s key stock markets – NSE and the BSE – will remain functional despite massive lockdown measures being implemented by the authorities across the country to contain the spread of Covid-19. Also Read - Sensex Starts Over 500 Points Higher, Nifty Above 8,200 Level

Accordingly, all segments on both the stock markets will operate “as usual on Monday, March 23, 2020”. Also Read - Sensex Plummets Over 2,100 Points, Nifty Below 7,900 Amid Global Gloom Over Coronavirus Pandemic

On Sunday, central and state governments announced wide ranging measures including lockdowns to contain the spread of Covid-19. Also Read - Equity Indices Fall Sharply Due to COVID-19; Sensex Closes at 811 Points, Nifty Settles at 230 Points

Last week, market regulator Sebi had announced measures to contain the volatility from eroding massive wealth of investors.