Table: Winners and Losers in Quarterly Profits

INDUSTRIES

LEADERS Percentage change from 2000's first quarter

PETROLEUM SERVICES 166% BEVERAGES 130 COAL, OIL & GAS 86 AEROSPACE & DEFENSE 69 ALUMINUM 60 CONSTRUCTION & REAL ESTATE 48 HEALTH-CARE SERVICES 33 SAVINGS & LOAN 28 BANKS--WEST & SOUTHWEST 28 INSTRUMENTS 26 MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 25 DRUGS & RESEARCH 17 HOTEL & MOTEL 16 BUSINESS MACHINES & SVCS. 7 SPECIAL MACHINERY 6

LAGGARDS Percentage change from 2000's first quarter

TELECOMMUNICATIONS LOSS BROADCASTING LOSS AIRLINES LOSS COMPUTER SOFTWARE LOSS ELECTRONICS LOSS AUTO PARTS & EQUIP. LOSS SEMICONDUCTORS LOSS INDUSTRIAL DISTRIB. LOSS FOREST PRODUCTS LOSS STEEL LOSS TRANSPORTATION SVCS. -97% MISCELLANEOUS LEISURE -96 BUILDING MATERIALS -89 CHEMICALS -86 GLASS CONTAINERS -82

COMPANIES

WHO MADE THE MOST MILLIONS OF DOLLARS

EXXON MOBIL $4,960 CITIGROUP 3,580 GENERAL ELECTRIC 3,017 MICROSOFT** 2,451 PHILIP MORRIS 2,096 WAL-MART STORES*** 2,004 PFIZER 1,930 BANK OF AMERICA 1,870 SBC COMMUNICATIONS 1,864 VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS 1,754 IBM 1,750 MERCK 1,657 CHEVRON 1,600 AIG 1,538 JOHNSON & JOHNSON 1,500

WHO LOST THE MOST MILLIONS OF DOLLARS

LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES* -$3,380 CMGI* -2,562 AT&T -1,562 AOL TIME WARNER -1,369 JDS UNIPHASE** -1,293 PG&E -951 SAFECO -883 I2 TECHNOLOGIES -774 DOW CHEMICAL -717 EXODUS COMMUNICATIONS -650 WALT DISNEY* -567 LEVEL 3 COMMUNICATIONS -535 MOTOROLA -533 U.S. OFFICE PRODUCTS** -498 GATEWAY -479

ALL-INDUSTRY AVERAGE: -25%

* fiscal second quarter ** fiscal third quarter ***fiscal fourth quarter

Data: Compustat, provided by Standard & Poor's Institutional Market Services

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