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HSN hardest hit among bay area stocks

Home shopping giant HSN was hardest-hit among Tampa Bay area public companies during the stock market freefall Thursday afternoon.

Shortly before 3 p.m., HSN shares were down about 13 percent to $27.78 apiece.

Among other local stocks: SRI/Surgical Express was down 12 percent, MarineMax was down about 4 percent, Jabil Circuit was down about 8 percent, Odyssey Marine was down 4 percent, Quality Distribution down 5 percent, Tech Data down 5 percent, Raymond James Financial down 5 percent, and Sykes Enterprises down 1 percent.

HSN hardest hit among bay area stocks 05/06/10 [Last modified: Thursday, May 6, 2010 3:10pm]
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