Healthcare companies' stocks plunge following Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire Hathaway collaboration announcement

Shares of healthcare companies fell Tuesday after Amazon, JPMorgan and Berkshire Hathaway revealed they will join forces to administer and share risk for their employees' medical care.

Here is how healthcare companies stacked up when the market opened Jan. 30, compared to market close Jan. 29.

  • Express Scripts Holding Co. (St. Louis): $75.49 per share (down 7.8 percent)
  • CVS Health Corp. (Woonsocket, R.I.): $78.49 per share (down 6.1 percent)
  • Anthem (Indianapolis): $243.81 per share (down 5.1 percent)
  • Aetna (Hartford, Conn.): $186.26 per share (down 3.9 percent)
  • UnitedHealth Group (Minnetonka, Minn.): $232.88 per share (down 6.3 percent)


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