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3 Tech Stocks That Crashed This Week

By Anders Bylund – Jul 25, 2015 at 9:09AM

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Frontier, SunEdison, and Lexmark dove much deeper than the rest of the market in a generally negative week. Here's why.

Image source: Lexmark.

The stock market just finished a difficult week. The S&P 500 index fell 2.2%, Dow Jones Industrials lost 2.8%, and the tech-heavy NASDAQ Composite market barometer dropped 2.3% lower.

But some tech stocks took this negative trend to extremes.

Solar power specialist SunEdison (SUNEQ) fell 17% from one weekend to the next as analysts made a battleground out of the stock. Printer maker Lexmark International (LXK) took a 26% steel bath thanks to a rotten earnings report. Regional telecom Frontier Communications (FTR) lost 12% as the entire telecom sector took a long, slow dive.

Want to dig deeper into these unfortunate tech stocks? Can any of them roar back to full health? You'll find some answers in the following slideshow.

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