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- Target loses $12B in 14 days: Retail giant’s market cap plummets after longest losing streak in FIVE YEARS as shares drop to lowest level in a year amid Pride ‘tuck-friendly’ swimwear controversy
- Target’s share prices continued to plummet for an eighth-straight day Tuesday as the retailer faces its biggest losing streak in five years.
- Shares fell 3.66 percent on Tuesday, resulting in the once-popular retail store losing a whopping $2.4billion in market capitalization amid widespread backlash to its Pride display, which included ‘tuck-friendly’ women’s swimwear.
- Tuesday’s losses put the stock on its longest losing streak since November 2018, according to FOX Business, with shares at a 52-week low of $133.88 — down nearly 15 percent over the month.
- Target’s market capitalization is down by more than $12billion in the last 14 days as its value plunged to $61.85billion when trading closed Tuesday.
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