It's the worst week for stocks since the financial crisis — but a few names have stayed above water. Investors are betting on companies they see doing well during the outbreak, from hazmat suit makers to food kit delivery companies. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Friday marks the end of a historically bad week for the stock market, which is on track for its worst week of losses since the financial crisis....

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