With over 200 publicly traded firms headquartered in Georgia, the state has become an increasingly attractive place to do business. Public firms have seen major losses and fluctuations throughout the months of the onset of COVID-19. Here we will explore the economic impact looking at indices of the top 46 largest publicly traded firms with market caps over $1 billion, as well as impacts on individual industries and firms.
YTD Stock Index Price Change

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Public Company Equities Week of October 26-30

For the week of October 26-30, the Georgia public firms index dropped -7.8% in price since last Friday’s close, the first major drop in several weeks. The index is down -4.2% YTD, a sharp turnaround from this figure being positive last week. Notably, two of Georgia’s public REITs have made the list of the top 5 Worst Performing Firms YTD.

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Photo of an undetermined Georgia Tech home game during the 1918 college football season. That's when the sport was hit by the Spanish flu and the end of World War I.

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