To make it simple; we can say that Systematic risk refers to those risks that are applicable to the entire financial market or a wide range of investments. It is caused due to factors that affect the entire market and are not specific to a particular company or industry.
Changes in government policy, inflation, interest rates, external factors, exchange rate movements, wars or natural calamities are some common systematic factors. For example, the 2008 global financial crisis reduced economic growth in India and pushed down prices of all stocks in the market.
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