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25 Companies Making the Most Money From Coronavirus

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25. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (REGN)
> Dec. 31, 2019, closing price: $373.35
> Aug. 18 closing price: $557.19
> Percentage gain: 49.2%

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24. Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (TMO)
> Jan. 2 closing price: $326.37
> Nov. 3 closing price: $491.50
> Percentage gain: 50.6%

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23. Dexcom (DXCM)
> Jan. 2 closing price: $219.38
> Nov. 3 closing price: $331.77
> Percentage gain: 51.2%

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22. Danaher Corp. (DHR)
> Jan. 2 closing price: $155.11
> Nov. 3 closing price: $234.76
> Percentage gain: 51.3%

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21. Newmont Mining Corp. (NEM)
> Jan. 2 closing price: $43.22
> Nov. 3 closing price: $66.67
> Percentage gain: 54.3%

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