When PM Modi✌ took power in May 2014, the Sensex touched a record high📈 of 25,000 points on 16 May, the day the general election results were announced - a sign of approval for Modi✌. Now all that has ended as the markets are back to where they began. On Tuesday the Sensex fell📉 143 points to close at 24,682.03 points, the lowest closing level in 19 months, wiping out all gains made since Modi was sworn in. This is partly due to the government’s🏤 inability to pass crucial tax reforms and other bills. China’s🇨🇳 sinking economy is also troubling investors, and then there’s the falling oil🛢 prices which are having a negative impact on investor sentiment. According to an analysis👓 by CRISIL, corporate revenue, apart from banking firms, and oil and gas companies, is expected to grow only 2⃣% on an average for the quarter ending 31 Dec 2015.