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25 Companies Making the Most Money From Coronavirus

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10. Servicenow Inc. (NOW)
> Jan. 2 closing price: $291.24
> Nov. 3 closing price: $480.05
> Percentage gain: 64.8%

Source: IDEXX Laboratories

9. Idexx Laboratories (IDXX)
> Jan. 2 closing price: $265.02
> Nov. 3 closing price: $444.10
> Percentage gain: 67.6%

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8. Catalent Inc. (CTLT)
> Jan. 2 closing price: $56.60
> Nov. 3 closing price: $95.51
> Percentage gain: 68.8%

Source: Courtesy of POOLCORP

7. Pool Corp. (POOL)
> Jan. 2 closing price: $213.81
> Nov. 3 closing price: $364.18
> Percentage gain: 70.3%

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6. Fedex Corp. (FDX)
> Jan. 2 closing price: $155.10
> Nov. 3 closing price: $274.48
> Percentage gain: 77.0%

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