Brake Stocks Tank in Q4

The fourth quarter of 2018 was very, very bad for brake stocks. The biggest loser was Veoneer, an automated-driving start-up. The company’s stock lost more than half its value, shaving more than $2 billion of the company’s market cap.

Many companies lost between 20% and 40% of their value. Of the 25 stocks on our list, only Fras-Le and Rane (Madras) from India gained value.

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*Knorr-Bremse became publicly traded Oct. 12, 2018.Make sure to bookmark our brake industry stocks page.

The table below has data for Q3 2018

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