Find the Star Tribune's coverage of the Wall Street crisis and how it affects Minnesotans at startribune.com/economy.
Minnesota stocks $109 billion lighter
- October 10, 2008 - 10:35 PM
Minnesota's 20 largest companies together lost $109.7 billion, or 26 percent, of their market values as Wall Street's meltdown went global during the past 10 trading days. The biggest loser: fertilizer giant Mosaic Co., which shed $17.6 billion. Medtronic, Target, 3M, UnitedHealth Group and U.S. Bancorp each lost more than $10 billion. All but three of the stocks hit 52-week lows this week. The list below is ranked by Friday's market value, which is the share price multiplied by the number of shares outstanding.Source: Bloomberg News
© 2013 Star Tribune