Juventus stock has lost more than half its value on the stock market since coronavirus outbreak, Manchester United's down 28 per cent

13 March 2020

Photo: PA Images Meanwhile, the value of Manchester United's stock has fallen 28 per cent from a share price of $19.05 to $13.29.

The Turin club have been hit the hardest among some of the biggest listed European clubs.

Manchester United's stock has lost 28 per cent of its value since the first cases were confirmed in Europe.

The value of Italian clubs in general has dropped more than the market average.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Juventus have lost more than half their value on the stock market since the first coronavirus cases were confirmed in Europe, far outpacing the steep decline of the Milan-based Borsa Italiana, Italy's only stock exchange, on which they are traded.

Since the first coronavirus cases in Europe were confirmed in Bordeaux, France on 24th January, Juventus' share price has fallen to €0.545 (from €1.222) - a 55 per cent decline. The club now have a market capitalisation of €884 million. 

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