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Tampa Bay area stocks took a hit in Wednesday’s sell-off


Tampa Bay area stocks took a hit in Wednesday’s sell-off

Fall-offs in technology stocks propelled the stock market’s worst decline in eight months on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones and Standard & Poors indexes both down more than 3 percent and the tech-heavy Nasdaq index down more than 4 percent.

Tampa Bay area companies both inside and outside the tech sector were not immune. Here’s a roundup of how the bay area’s biggest publicly traded companies fared:

WELLCARE, Tampa

Health care management

Close on Wednesday: $304.95, down 2.7 percent

Market capitalization: $15.2 billion

JABIL, St. Petersburg

High-tech manufacturing

Close on Wednesday: $28.31, down 3.4 percent

Market capitalization: $4 billion

TECH DATA, Clearwater

Technology

Close on Wednesday: $70.98, down 6/10ths of a percent

Market capitalization: $2.7 billion

RAYMOND JAMES, St. Petersburg

Financial services

Close on Wednesday: $90.03, down 4.8 percent

Market capitalization: $13.1 billion

BLOOMIN’ BRANDS, Tampa

Restaurants

Close on Wednesday: $20.03, down 6/10ths of a percent

Market capitalization: $1.85 billion

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Check tampabay.com for updates during market trading on Thursday. Contact Richard Danielson at [email protected] or (813) 226-3403. Follow @Danielson_Times

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