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1 Mining, Crude-Oil Production 26.6
2 Pharmaceuticals 19.6
3 Commercial Banks 16.2
4 Financial Data Services 15.2
5 Network and Other Communications Equipment 14.0
6 Medical Products & Equipment 13.5
7 Railroads 13.1
8 Securities 12.4
9 Publishing, Printing 12.4
10 Insurance: P & C (stock) 11.8
11 Diversified Financials 10.9
12 Insurance: Life, Health (stock) 10.7
13 Entertainment 10.7
14 Internet Services and Retailing 10.5
15 Oil and Gas Equipment, Services 10.4
16 Household and Personal Products 9.2
17 Metals 8.0
18 Food Services 7.9
19 Semiconductors and Other Electronic Components 7.7
20 Petroleum Refining 7.3
21 Industrial & Farm Equipment 7.2
22 Homebuilders 7.1
23 Hotels, Casinos, Resorts 7.0
24 Utilities: Gas & Electric 6.8
25 Beverages 6.6
26 Chemicals 6.6
27 Computers, Office Equipment 6.5
28 Electronics, Electrical Equipment 6.4
29 Apparel 6.3
30 Telecommunications 6.2
31 Food Consumer Products 5.9
32 Aerospace and Defense 5.9
33 Health Care: Insurance & Managed Care 5.8
34 Packaging, Containers 4.3
35 Wholesalers: Diversified 4.1
36 Health Care: Medical Facilities 3.9
37 Specialty Retailers 3.6
38 General Merchandisers 3.3
39 Health Care: Pharmacy and Other Services 2.8
40 Food & Drug Stores 2.6
41 Airlines 2.6
42 Energy 2.6
43 Information Technology Services 2.2
44 Engineering, Construction 1.7
45 Pipelines 1.7
46 Wholesalers: Food and Grocery 1.7
47 Wholesalers: Electronics and Office Equipment 1.4
48 Automotive Retailing, Services 1.2
49 Wholesalers: Health Care 0.9
50 Food Production -0.7
51 Motor Vehicles & Parts -1.4
From the April 30th, 2007 issue
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Due to slight differences in rounding, industry data online may not exactly match the FORTUNE 500 magazine version.
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