Fortune 500: Worst stocks of 2010

Even as the markets climbed this year, a number of Fortune 500 companies continued to struggle. From Blockbuster to H&R Block, here are the biggest losers.

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Ouch! That really hurt
The recession may be over, but it's still wreaking havoc on some of the largest companies across America.

Though shares of the Fortune 500 companies rose 21% on average during the year, 20% of the companies stocks are bleeding red.

And as consumers stick to their tight budgets amid the slow recovery, these stocks will likely keep sliding.

Click through to see which Fortune 500 companies logged the biggest losses (counting down from bad to worst), based on their performances as of the close on Dec. 10.

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Last updated December 21 2010: 7:48 AM ET
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