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Table: Winners And Losers In Second Quarter Profits


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TABLE: Winners And Losers In Second-Quarter Profits

THE INDUSTRIES

THE LEADERS

PERCENTAGE CHANGE FROM

1994'S SECOND QUARTER

ALUMINUM 979%

PAPER CONTAINERS 779

FOREST PRODUCTS 334

NONFERROUS METALS 215

PAPER 204

COAL, OIL & GAS 90

PETROLEUM SERVICES 75

COMPUTERS & PERIPHERALS 70

STEEL 64

TRUCKING & SHIPPING 62

CHEMICALS 58

BUILDING MATERIALS 56

COMPUTER SOFTWARE 41

SEMICONDUCTORS 40

SPECIAL MACHINERY 35

THE LAGGARDS

PERCENTAGE CHANGE FROM

1994'S SECOND QUARTER

APPLIANCES -70%

AEROSPACE & DEFENSE -69

BROADCASTING -43

GENERAL MANUFACTURING -39

CONSTRUCTION/REAL ESTATE -37

RETAILING -19

RAILROADS -17

TELECOMMUNICATIONS -14

CARS & TRUCKS -12

BUSINESS MACHINES & SVCS -12

APPAREL -3

HOTEL & MOTEL -3

FOOD DISTRIBUTION -2

SAVINGS & LOAN -2

GLASS CONTAINERS -1

THE COMPANIES

WHO MADE THE MOST

MILLIONS OF

DOLLARS

GENERAL MOTORS $2,270

GENERAL ELECTRIC 1,726

IBM 1,716

EXXON 1,630

FORD MOTOR 1,572

PHILIP MORRIS 1,410

AT&T 1,355

DUPONT 938

COCA-COLA 898

INTEL 879

MERCK 858

CITICORP 853

JOHNSON & JOHNSON 661

BANKAMERICA 645

AMERICAN INT'L GROUP 634

WHO LOST THE MOST

MILLIONS OF

DOLLARS

CORNING -$297

AETNA LIFE & CASUALTY -297

BOEING -231

MAYTAG -101

PAINEWEBBER GROUP -91

WOOLWORTH* -80

SALOMON -60

FEDERATED DEPT. STORES* -57

LOCKHEED MARTIN -53

WESTPOINT STEVENS -52

ZENITH ELECTRONICS -45

BROADWAY STORES* -43

AMERADA HESS -40

BRADLEES*` -31

KMART* -28

ALL-INDUSTRY AVERAGE: +19% *FISCAL FIRST QUARTER

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


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