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Week's Biggest Market Losers: Motorola, Boeing, And More

Douglas A. McIntyre

Continued success of the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone and the chance that a new version of the smartphone would launch in September pressures Motorola Mobility’s shares.

A battle between Walgreen’s and joint venture partner Express Scripts pulled down the drug retailer chain

Boeing (NYSE: BA) share fell as it was pounded by rival Airbus based on orders made by airlines at the Paris Airshow.

BIGGEST STOCK PRICE LOSERS

FOR WEEK, MONTH (JUNE) AND YEAR-TO-DATE AS OF JUNE 24

 

S&P 500 WEEK: BOTTOM 10

(17 JUN – 23 JUN)

Ticker Weekly Price Change (%) Close Price 23Jun11 Close Price 17Jun11 Market Cap ($Mil)
Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc MMI

-5.3

23.46

24.78

6919.7

Walgreen Co WAG

-4.7

42.59

44.67

38989.4

SunTrust Banks Inc. STI

-4.4

25.03

26.18

13438.3

Boeing Co BA

-3.9

71.25

74.16

52602.1

Fifth Third Bancorp FITB

-3.7

12.09

12.55

11107.4

Cablevision Systems Corp CVC

-3.6

34.73

36.04

8111.9

First Horizon National Corp FHN

-3.6

9.85

10.22

2593.9

Goldman Sachs Group Inc GS

-3.5

132.36

137.23

68527.4

Dean Foods Co DF

-3.5

12.22

12.66

2238.6

Sears Holdings Corp SHLD

-3.4

71.50

74.02

7701.0

Source: Capital IQ