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Table: Earnings: The Winners And The Losers


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TABLE: Earnings: The Winners and the Losers

THE INDUSTRIES THE COMPANIES

THE LEADERS

PERCENTAGE CHANGE FROM

1994'S FIRST QUARTER

SAVINGS & LOAN 789%

PAPER 222

STEEL 211

FOREST PRODUCTS 178

NONFERROUS METALS 173

COMPUTERS & PERIPHERALS 159

DRUG DISTRIBUTION 103

CHEMICALS 92

TEXTILES 89

INSURANCE 75

CONSTRUCTION & ENG. 67

RETAILING 60

HOTEL & MOTEL 57

SEMICONDUCTORS 51

MACHINE & HAND TOOLS 46

THE LAGGARDS

PERCENTAGE CHANGE

FROM 1994'S FIRST QUARTER

AIRLINES LOSS

POLLUTION CONTROL -35%

AEROSPACE -24

CONSTRUCTION/REAL ESTATE -18

FINANCIAL SERVICES -9

BANKS-EAST -6

BROADCASTING -3

BANKS-MIDWEST -1

BUSINESS MACHINES -1

TRUCKING & SHIPPING 1

ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS 2

ELECTRIC UTILITIES 3

HEALTH-CARE SERVICES 3

BANKS-SOUTH & SOUTHEAST 7

GAS UTILITIES 8

WHO MADE THE MOST

MILLIONS OF

DOLLARS

GENERAL MOTORS $2,154

EXXON 1,660

FORD MOTOR 1,550

GENERAL ELECTRIC 1,372

PHILIP MORRIS 1,363

IBM 1,289

AT&T 1,198

WAL-MART STORES* 1,030

AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS 1,023

DUPONT 959

INTEL 889

CITICORP 829

MERCK 757

BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB 657

JOHNSON & JOHNSON 654

WHO LOST THE MOST

MILLIONS OF

DOLLARS

BANKERS TRUST NEW YORK -$157

MERRY-GO-ROUND* -114

USAIR GROUP -97

JAMESWAY* -89

POLAROID -76

CINCINNATI BELL -60

WESTPOINT STEVENS -53

TIME WARNER -47

LAFARGE -42

HECHINGER* -39

THIOKOL** -35

CONTINENTAL AIRLINES -30

ASHLAND*** -29

MELVILLE -26

ZENITH ELECTRONICS -24

ALL-INDUSTRY AVERAGE: +30%

* FISCAL FOURTH QUARTER ** FISCAL THIRD QUARTER *** FISCAL SECOND QUARTER

DATA: STANDARD & POOR'S COMPUSTAT, A DIVISION OF THE McGRAW-HILL COMPANIES


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