How CHS, Tenet, UHS, LifePoint and HCA fared on 'Black Monday'

Some of the major for-profit hospital operators fared better than others on Monday as China's market crash left investors unsettled and the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 1,000 points in early trading.

Here is how the five major for-profit hospital operators stacked up on Monday.

  • Community Health Systems (Franklin, Tenn.): The stock opened the day at $52.32 and finished the day at $52.63, down 5.46 percent from the previous day's close.
  • Hospital Corporation of America (Nashville, Tenn.): The stock opened the day at $81.34 and finished the day at $84.31, down 2.25 percent from the previous day's close.
  • LifePoint Health (Brentwood, Tenn.): The stock opened the day at $77.04 and finished the day at $76.54, down 4.19 percent from the previous day's close.
  • Tenet Healthcare Corp. (Dallas): The stock opened the day at $47 and finished the day at $46.90, down 4.73 percent from the previous day's close.
  • Universal Health Services (King of Prussia, Pa.): The stock opened the day at $133.12 and finished the day at $132.85, down 5.57 percent from the previous day's close.

 

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