Coronavirus contagion: Which FTSE 100 stocks have suffered most?

Travel and tourism giants hit worst

Jenna Brown
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Carnival Cruise Line suffered the largest drop of all stocks – 75%
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Carnival Cruise Line suffered the largest drop of all stocks – 75%

As the coronavirus pandemic continues analysis of the most affected FTSE 100 stocks has shown Carnival and easyJet have been hit hardest, dropping more than 60% in the past three months.

Online trading and investment provider IG found a total of fourteen stocks had dipped more than 50% and all but three had shown decreases over the past three months. The following eight stocks have...

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