Stocks （tumbled ）around the world on Monday as expanding outbreaks of the coronavirus in Italy and in South Korea forced investors to （reconsider） the seriousness of the threat to economies in Europe and the United States.
China’s economy has already been （hamstrung） by the outbreak, which has infected more than 77,000 people there and triggered quarantines that have closed factories. But rapidly spreading outbreaks elsewhere in Asia as well as Europe and the Middle East have begun to erode confidence that the virus will pass sooner rather than later.
The S&P 500 fell more than 3.3 percent, its biggest daily decline since February 2018, while the Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 1,000 points.
She lost her balance and tumbled backward.
‣ tumble down / over something
2 常に＋副/前 転がるようにして動く
‣ tumble into / off etc. something
We tumbled out into the street.
Oil prices have tumbled.
‣ tumble to something
They should reconsider their decision.
b) 自 考え直す
He asked her to reconsider.
名 U, a/the ~
動 他 (hamstrung-strʌ̀ŋ)
to make someone unable to take the action they want or need to take, especially by restricting them:
The President feels he is hamstrung by Congress.