Table: Winners And Losers In Third Quarter Profits

THE INDUSTRIES
                    PERCENTAGE CHANGE FROM
                     1994's THIRD QUARTER
      CONSTRUCTION & ENG.     821%
      FOREST PRODUCTS         476
      PAPER CONTAINERS        363
      ALUMINUM                280
      PAPER                   176
      AIRLINES                106
      GAS UTILITIES            69
      ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS      68
      SEMICONDUCTORS           49
      FINANCIAL SERVICES       45
      CHEMICALS                44
      INSURANCE                38
      INSTRUMENTS              38
      INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTION  37
      BANKS-WEST & SOUTHWEST   35
      
      THE LAGGARDS
                    PERCENTAGE CHANGE FROM
                     1994's THIRD QUARTER
      GLASS CONTAINERS        LOSS
      TELECOMMUNICATIONS      -74%
      PUBLISHING              -58
      CARS & TRUCKS           -39
      COMPUTERS & PERIPHERALS -38
      APPLIANCES              -37
      COMPUTER SOFTWARE       -33
      TEXTILES                -29
      RETAILING               -27
      TRUCKING & SHIPPING     -22
      PERSONAL CARE           -19
      HOTEL & MOTEL            -8
      BUSINESS MACHINES & SVCS.-7
      MACHINE & HAND TOOLS     -7
      FOOD DISTRIBUTION        -6
      
      THE COMPANIES
      WHO MADE THE MOST
                           MILLIONS OF
                              DOLLARS
      GENERAL ELECTRIC        $1,610
      EXXON                    1,500
      PHILIP MORRIS            1,433
      INTEL                      931
      PROCTER & GAMBLE*          896
      CITICORP                   877
      MERCK                      862
      COCA-COLA                  802
      MOBIL                      786
      DUPONT                     769
      BANKAMERICA                704
      GTE                        695
      BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB       690
      GENERAL MOTORS             642
      WAL-MART STORES**          634
      WHO LOST THE MOST
                            MILLIONS OF
                              DOLLARS
      COMPUTER ASSOC.**        -$637
      IBM                       -538
      TEXAS UTILITIES           -421
      BURLINGTON RESOURCES      -300
      COLGATE-PALMOLIVE         -250
      TIMES MIRROR              -243
      MCI COMMUNICATIONS        -240
      TRANS WORLD AIRLINES      -223
      CYPRUS AMAX MINERALS      -203
      BORDERS GROUP**           -187
      MUSICLAND STORES          -145
      KERR-McGEE                -133
      AMERADA HESS              -105
      TIME WARNER               -102
      FEDERATED DEPT. STORES**   -67
      ALL-INDUSTRY AVERAGE: +11%      *FISCAL FIRST QUARTER   **FISCAL SECOND QUARTER
      DATA: STANDARD & POOR'S COMPUSTAT, A DIVISION OF THE MCGRAW-HILL COMPANIES
      

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