2001 WINNERS EARNINGS CHANGE FROM 2000

GLASS CONTAINERS 839% FOOD RETAILING 571 FOOD DISTRIBUTION 438 MISCELLANEOUS LEISURE 131 POLLUTION CONTROL 108 PETROLEUM SERVICES 97 COMPUTER SOFTWARE & SVCS. 67 SAVINGS & LOAN 46 DRUGS & RESEARCH 46 TEXTILES 43

2001 LAGGARDS EARNINGS CHANGE FROM 2000

ELECTRONICS -85% NONFERROUS METALS -80 ALUMINUM -68 CARS & TRUCKS -64 FINANCIAL SERVICES -62 AUTO PARTS & EQUIPMENT -59 FOREST PRODUCTS -58 PAPER -54 TRUCKING & SHIPPING -52 TIRE & RUBBER -47

2002 WINNERS EST. EARNINGS CHANGE FROM 2001

NONFERROUS METALS 500% ALUMINUM 169 COMPUTERS & PERIPHERALS 148 TIRE & RUBBER 117 FINANCIAL SERVICES 106 INSURANCE 77 FOREST PRODUCTS 75 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 73 TRUCKING & SHIPPING 71 CHEMICALS 57

2002 LAGGARDS EST. EARNINGS CHANGE FROM 2001

COAL, OIL & GAS -38% PETROLEUM SERVICES -12 INSTRUMENTS -3 CONSTRUCTION & REAL ESTATE -1 AEROSPACE & DEFENSE 1 HOTEL & MOTEL 3 BANKS-WEST & SOUTHWEST 3 CARS & TRUCKS 4 TOBACCO 5 ELECTRIC UTILITIES 7

Because of losses in 2000 and/or estimated losses in 2001, earnings gains or losses cannot be meaningfully calculated on a percentile basis for the airlines, broadcasting, drug-distribution, entertainment, health-care ser- vices, semiconductor, steel, and telecommunications-equipment industries. And because of estimated losses in 2001 or 2002, earnings gains or losses cannot be meaningfully calculated on a percentile basis for the airlines, broadcasting, drug-distribution, semiconductor, steel, and telecommunica- tions-equipment industries.

Data: Thomson Financial/First Call, Standard & Poor's COMPUSTAT

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