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Ranking: COVID Winners

THE EFFECTS OF the coronavirus outbreak have been dire throughout the U.S. economy. About 16.8 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits in the three weeks that ended April 4, a record pace of job loss several times over. The S&P 500 index of large companies fell 20 percent in the first quarter of 2020, and all of its 11 sectors dropped by double digits—even the least hard-hit, information technology, was down 12 percent. Energy stocks lost half their value.

And yet a few companies will emerge stronger from the crisis than they

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