As much as our politicians say, the impact of Coronavirus is not calculated or close to doing so.
The impact of this virus will be huge as it leaves so many economies trapped that it may need to intervene. Markets are falling sharply and sporadic increases in the stock market, but widespread fears are stronger than hope for recovery, money is scary and investors are thankful only for stability.
Fear reaches users, the consumer feeling of need
High pricing policy will not be as it seems. References from the end of last year as stock prices have not declined due to major manufacturers' adjustments to their stock since the beginning of 2019, will not have the results they expect for 2020.
In other words, all the means to enforce inflation will come down on deaf ears because of the industry's Coronavirus outbreak. Reportedly coming from China, prices for NAND Flash devices (SSD and RAM in particular) in the Asian commerce market have begun to show weakness.
The plague VOC-SARS-2 There was an unexpected effect on markets: demand dropped due to consumer fears. Paranoia in China is a nightmare and the fear of the economic impact is so great that even the country's strong economy suffers and solitary confinement, something you can hear.
Samsung decided on its SSD implementation
What is worrying across the Asian continent is that the first movement has begun to take place: Samsung's cutting of its SSDs.
This has been a movement that has been widely welcomed by the markets NAND Flash, as the fact that the world's second largest manufacturer of semiconductor introduces a reduction in calorie intake can mean a reduction in prices they are unwilling to consider.
In 2018, it was one of the first breakthroughs the industry discovered and loved so much in its day and now, after Coronavirus, it looks like it's revitalizing, because insecurity at work is making us more aware of consumers.
More supply and less demand will become an increasingly common practice worldwide, because across Europe and America the number of jobs will be lost, which will also bring about a debt-driven economic downturn that countries will have to take.
In this case, it doesn't help that the price drops when many people lose all of their sponsorship money, so it's no wonder that the NAND Flash section is copying Samsung's moves and defending itself against this new problem.