Table: Winners and Losers in Quarterly Profits

INDUSTRIES

Leaders PERCENTAGE CHANGE FROM 2001's FIRST QUARTER FOOD DISTRIBUTION 253% CHEMICALS 213 TEXTILES 177 MISCELLANEOUS LEISURE 165 POLLUTION CONTROL 161 PRINTING & ADVERTISING 155 BUILDING MATERIALS 126 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 108 HEALTH-CARE SERVICES 60 APPLIANCES & FURNISHINGS 57 SAVINGS & LOAN 42 EATING PLACES 36 RAILROADS 36 TOBACCO 32 BANKS - MIDWEST 32

Laggards PERCENTAGE CHANGE FROM 2001's FIRST QUARTER AIRLINES LOSS TELECOM EQUIP. & SERVICES LOSS ELECTRONICS LOSS CONTAINERS LOSS STEEL LOSS TIRE & RUBBER LOSS INSTRUMENTS LOSS CARS & TRUCKS -89% SEMICONDUCTORS -77 COAL, OIL & GAS -74 BROADCASTING -67 SPECIAL MACHINERY -59 NONFERROUS METALS -54 TELEPHONE COMPANIES -52 CONGLOMERATES -49

COMPANIES

Who Made the Most MILLIONS OF DOLLARS CITIGROUP $4,890 GENERAL ELECTRIC 3,518 MICROSOFT ** 2,738 PFIZER 2,373 PHILIP MORRIS 2,365 WAL-MART STORES *** 2,188 BANK OF AMERICA 2,179 EXXON MOBIL 2,090 AIG 1,980 JOHNSON & JOHNSON 1,834 SBC COMMUNICATIONS 1,710 MERCK 1,625 WELLS FARGO 1,379 FANNIE MAE 1,320 IBM 1,192

Who Lost the Most MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TYCO INTERNATIONAL * -$1,905 MEDIMMUNE -1,115 QWEST COMMUNICATIONS -704 LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES * -595 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS -591 AMR -575 UAL -509 MOTOROLA -449 DELTA AIR LINES -397 AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES -317 US AIRWAYS GROUP -286 RITE AID *** -258 GENUITY -258 CABLEVISION SYSTEMS -250 OFFICEMAX -243

All-Industry Average: -2

* Fiscal second quarter ** Fiscal third quarter *** Fiscal fourth quarter

Data: Standard & Poor's COMPUSTAT

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