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Ace Ltd's Customers Performance

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ACE's Source of Revenues Customers of Ace Ltd saw their costs of revenue deteriorate by -18.96 % in Q3 compare to a year ago, sequentially costs of revenue were trimmed by -4.44 %, for the same period Ace Ltd revnue deteriorated by -8.44 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -3.51 %.

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Customers of Ace Ltd saw their costs of revenue deteriorate by -18.96 % in Q3 compare to a year ago, sequentially costs of revenue were trimmed by -4.44 %, for the same period Ace Ltd revnue deteriorated by -8.44 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -3.51 %.

List of ACE Customers


   
Customers Net Income fell in Q3 by Customers Net margin fell to %
-6.7 % 6.57 %



Ace Ltd's Customers, Q3 2015 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry -16.45 %   
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry -10.3 %   
Customers in Construction Raw Materials Industry -17.02 %   
Customers in Aerospace & Defense Industry -14.73 %   
Customers in Construction Services Industry      29.13 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry -8.43 %   
Customers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry -3.78 %   
Customers in Conglomerates Industry      12.79 %
Customers in Appliance & Tool Industry      67.49 %
Customers in Auto & Truck Manufacturers Industry  
Customers in Auto & Truck Parts Industry      41.84 %
Customers in Nonalcoholic Beverages Industry      565.94 %
Customers in Agricultural Production Industry -99.86 %   
Customers in Food Processing Industry -6.55 %   
Customers in Oil Well Services & Equipment Industry -45.2 %   
Customers in Accident & Health Insurance Industry      11.99 %
Customers in Life Insurance Industry -3.28 %   
Customers in Insurance Brokerage Industry      1.29 %
Customers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry -10.57 %   
Customers in Investment Services Industry      26.14 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Financial Services Industry -19.27 %   
Customers in Money Center Banks Industry -5.97 %   
Customers in Regional Banks Industry -3.79 %   
Customers in Advertising Industry -6.26 %   
Customers in Software & Programming Industry    
Customers in Special Transportation Services Industry -3.41 %   
Customers in Railroads Industry -0.53 %   
Customers in Marine Transportation Industry -4.31 %   
Customers in Automotive Aftermarket Industry -1.61 %   
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Ace Ltd's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



For most commercial lines of business we offer, insureds typically use the services of an insurance broker or agent. An insurance broker acts as an agent for the insureds, offering advice on the types and amount of insurance to purchase and also assisting in the negotiation of price and terms and conditions. We obtain business from the local and major international insurance brokers and typically pay a commission to brokers for any business accepted and bound. Loss of all or a substantial portion of the business provided by one or more of these brokers could have a material adverse effect on our business. In our opinion, no material part of our business is dependent upon a single insured or group of insureds. We do not believe that the loss of any one insured would have a material adverse effect on our financial condition or results of operations, and no one insured or group of affiliated insureds account for as much as 10 percent of our total revenues.

The Insurance – North American Agriculture segment comprises Rain and Hail, which provides comprehensive Multiple Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI) and crop-hail insurance, and ACE Agribusiness, which offers farm and ranch coverages as well as specialty P&C coverages for companies that manufacture, process and distribute agriculture products. The MPCI program is offered in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The USDA's Risk Management Agency (RMA) sets the policy terms and conditions, rates and forms, and is also responsible for setting compliance standards. As a participating company, we report all details of policies underwritten to the RMA and are party to a Standard Reinsurance Agreement (SRA). The SRA sets out the relationship between private insurance companies and the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation (FCIC) concerning the terms and conditions regarding the risks each will bear including the pro-rata and state stop-loss provisions which allow companies to limit the exposure of any one state or group of states on their underwriting results.

ACE International maintains a presence in every major insurance market in the world and is organized geographically along product lines as follows: ACE Europe, ACE Asia Pacific, ACE Far East, and ACE Latin America. Products offered include P&C, A&H, specialty coverages, and personal lines insurance products and services. ACE International enhanced its P&C offerings through the acquisition of ABA Seguros and expanded its global franchise in the surety business and enhanced its commercial lines and personal accident insurance business through the acquisition of Fianzas Monterrey. ACE International's P&C business is generally written, on both a direct and assumed basis, through major international, regional, and local brokers and agents. Certain ACE Europe branded products are also offered via an e-commerce platform, ACE Online, that allows brokers to quote, bind, and issue specialty policies online. Property insurance products include traditional commercial fire coverage as well as energy industry-related, marine, construction, and other technical coverages. Principal casualty products are commercial primary and excess casualty, environmental, and general liability. A&H and other consumer lines products are distributed through brokers, agents, direct marketing programs, and sponsor relationships. ACE International specialty coverages include D&O, professional indemnity, energy, aviation, political risk, and specialty personal lines products. The A&H operations primarily offer personal accident and supplemental medical coverages including accidental death, business/holiday travel, specified disease, disability, medical and hospital indemnity, and income protection. We are not in the primary health care business. With respect to our supplemental medical and hospital indemnity products, we typically pay fixed amounts for claims and are therefore largely insulated from the direct impact of rising health care costs. ACE International's personal lines operations provide specialty products and services designed to meet the needs of specific target markets and include property damage, automobile, homeowners, and personal liability.

Global Reinsurance services clients globally through its major units. Major international brokers submit business to one or more of these units' underwriting teams who have built strong relationships with both key brokers and clients by providing a responsive, client-focused approach to risk assessment and pricing.

ACE Tempest Re Bermuda principally provides property catastrophe reinsurance on an excess of loss basis globally to insurers of commercial and personal property. Property catastrophe reinsurance is on an occurrence basis and protects a ceding company against an accumulation of losses covered by its issued insurance policies, arising from a common event or occurrence. ACE Tempest Re Bermuda underwrites reinsurance principally on an excess of loss basis, meaning that its exposure only arises after the ceding company's accumulated losses have exceeded the attachment point of the reinsurance policy. ACE Tempest Re Bermuda also writes other types of reinsurance on a limited basis for selected clients. Examples include proportional property where the reinsurer shares a proportional part of the premiums and losses of the ceding company and per risk excess of loss treaty reinsurance where coverage applies on a per risk basis rather than per event or aggregate basis, together with casualty and specialty lines (catastrophe workers' compensation, crop and terrorism). ACE Tempest Re Bermuda's business is produced through reinsurance intermediaries.

ACE Life provides individual life and group benefit insurance primarily in emerging markets, including Egypt, Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam; also throughout Latin America; selectively in Europe; and in China through a non-consolidated joint venture insurance company. ACE Life offers a broad portfolio of protection and savings products including whole life, endowment plans, individual term life, group term life, group medical, personal accident, credit life, universal life, and unit linked contracts. The policies written by ACE Life generally provide funds to beneficiaries of insureds after death and/or protection and/or savings benefits while the contract owner is living. ACE Life sells to consumers through a variety of distribution channels including agency, bancassurance, worksite marketing, retailers, brokers, and direct to consumer marketing. We continue to expand ACE Life with a focus on opportunities in emerging markets that we believe will result in strong and sustainable operating profits as well as a favorable return on capital commitments over time. Our dedicated agency distribution channel, whereby agents sell ACE Life products exclusively, enables us to maintain direct contact with the individual consumer, promote quality sales practices, and exercise greater control over the future of the business. We have developed a substantial sales force of agents principally located in our Asia-Pacific countries. ACE also maintains approximately 35.8 percent direct and indirect ownership interest in Huatai Life Insurance Co., Ltd. (Huatai Life), which commenced operations in 2005 and has since grown to become one of the largest life insurance foreign joint ventures in China. Huatai Life offers a broad portfolio of insurance products through a variety of distribution channels including approximately 265 licensed sales locations in 13 Chinese provinces.


Ace Ltd's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


For most commercial lines of business we offer, insureds typically use the services of an insurance broker or agent. An insurance broker acts as an agent for the insureds, offering advice on the types and amount of insurance to purchase and also assisting in the negotiation of price and terms and conditions. We obtain business from the local and major international insurance brokers and typically pay a commission to brokers for any business accepted and bound. Loss of all or a substantial portion of the business provided by one or more of these brokers could have a material adverse effect on our business. In our opinion, no material part of our business is dependent upon a single insured or group of insureds. We do not believe that the loss of any one insured would have a material adverse effect on our financial condition or results of operations, and no one insured or group of affiliated insureds account for as much as 10 percent of our total revenues.

The Insurance – North American Agriculture segment comprises Rain and Hail, which provides comprehensive Multiple Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI) and crop-hail insurance, and ACE Agribusiness, which offers farm and ranch coverages as well as specialty P&C coverages for companies that manufacture, process and distribute agriculture products. The MPCI program is offered in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The USDA's Risk Management Agency (RMA) sets the policy terms and conditions, rates and forms, and is also responsible for setting compliance standards. As a participating company, we report all details of policies underwritten to the RMA and are party to a Standard Reinsurance Agreement (SRA). The SRA sets out the relationship between private insurance companies and the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation (FCIC) concerning the terms and conditions regarding the risks each will bear including the pro-rata and state stop-loss provisions which allow companies to limit the exposure of any one state or group of states on their underwriting results.

ACE International maintains a presence in every major insurance market in the world and is organized geographically along product lines as follows: ACE Europe, ACE Asia Pacific, ACE Far East, and ACE Latin America. Products offered include P&C, A&H, specialty coverages, and personal lines insurance products and services. ACE International enhanced its P&C offerings through the acquisition of ABA Seguros and expanded its global franchise in the surety business and enhanced its commercial lines and personal accident insurance business through the acquisition of Fianzas Monterrey. ACE International's P&C business is generally written, on both a direct and assumed basis, through major international, regional, and local brokers and agents. Certain ACE Europe branded products are also offered via an e-commerce platform, ACE Online, that allows brokers to quote, bind, and issue specialty policies online. Property insurance products include traditional commercial fire coverage as well as energy industry-related, marine, construction, and other technical coverages. Principal casualty products are commercial primary and excess casualty, environmental, and general liability. A&H and other consumer lines products are distributed through brokers, agents, direct marketing programs, and sponsor relationships. ACE International specialty coverages include D&O, professional indemnity, energy, aviation, political risk, and specialty personal lines products. The A&H operations primarily offer personal accident and supplemental medical coverages including accidental death, business/holiday travel, specified disease, disability, medical and hospital indemnity, and income protection. We are not in the primary health care business. With respect to our supplemental medical and hospital indemnity products, we typically pay fixed amounts for claims and are therefore largely insulated from the direct impact of rising health care costs. ACE International's personal lines operations provide specialty products and services designed to meet the needs of specific target markets and include property damage, automobile, homeowners, and personal liability.

Global Reinsurance services clients globally through its major units. Major international brokers submit business to one or more of these units' underwriting teams who have built strong relationships with both key brokers and clients by providing a responsive, client-focused approach to risk assessment and pricing.

ACE Tempest Re Bermuda principally provides property catastrophe reinsurance on an excess of loss basis globally to insurers of commercial and personal property. Property catastrophe reinsurance is on an occurrence basis and protects a ceding company against an accumulation of losses covered by its issued insurance policies, arising from a common event or occurrence. ACE Tempest Re Bermuda underwrites reinsurance principally on an excess of loss basis, meaning that its exposure only arises after the ceding company's accumulated losses have exceeded the attachment point of the reinsurance policy. ACE Tempest Re Bermuda also writes other types of reinsurance on a limited basis for selected clients. Examples include proportional property where the reinsurer shares a proportional part of the premiums and losses of the ceding company and per risk excess of loss treaty reinsurance where coverage applies on a per risk basis rather than per event or aggregate basis, together with casualty and specialty lines (catastrophe workers' compensation, crop and terrorism). ACE Tempest Re Bermuda's business is produced through reinsurance intermediaries.

ACE Life provides individual life and group benefit insurance primarily in emerging markets, including Egypt, Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam; also throughout Latin America; selectively in Europe; and in China through a non-consolidated joint venture insurance company. ACE Life offers a broad portfolio of protection and savings products including whole life, endowment plans, individual term life, group term life, group medical, personal accident, credit life, universal life, and unit linked contracts. The policies written by ACE Life generally provide funds to beneficiaries of insureds after death and/or protection and/or savings benefits while the contract owner is living. ACE Life sells to consumers through a variety of distribution channels including agency, bancassurance, worksite marketing, retailers, brokers, and direct to consumer marketing. We continue to expand ACE Life with a focus on opportunities in emerging markets that we believe will result in strong and sustainable operating profits as well as a favorable return on capital commitments over time. Our dedicated agency distribution channel, whereby agents sell ACE Life products exclusively, enables us to maintain direct contact with the individual consumer, promote quality sales practices, and exercise greater control over the future of the business. We have developed a substantial sales force of agents principally located in our Asia-Pacific countries. ACE also maintains approximately 35.8 percent direct and indirect ownership interest in Huatai Life Insurance Co., Ltd. (Huatai Life), which commenced operations in 2005 and has since grown to become one of the largest life insurance foreign joint ventures in China. Huatai Life offers a broad portfolio of insurance products through a variety of distribution channels including approximately 265 licensed sales locations in 13 Chinese provinces.








ACE's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Ace Ltd ACE 0 28,994 3,758 20,000
Keycorp KEY 16,510 6,099 1,798 13,853
American Independence Corp. AMIC 0 0 0 268
Centene Corporation CNC 19,695 69,541 1,268 18,200
Cno Financial Group, Inc. CNO 2,370 4,262 -412 3,500
Natur International Corp. FUTU 0 2 0 150
Triple-s Management Corp GTS 528 3,124 -36 3,257
Health Net Inc HNT 0 0 0 50
Molina Healthcare, Inc. MOH 8,536 17,673 792 21,000
Trupanion, Inc. TRUP 846 326 -1 439
Universal American Corp. UAM 0 0 0 961
Wellcare Health Plans, Inc. WCG 13,787 24,901 521 6,900
Atlantic American Corp AAME 53 194 1 147
American National Insurance Co ANAT 3,072 3,651 413 4,736
Citizens, Inc. CIA 332 246 -17 620
Fbl Financial Group Inc FFG 1,396 730 102 1,637
Fidelity & Guaranty Life FGL 1,532 1,585 243 220
First Trinity Financial Corp. FTFC 0 44 5 9
Emergent Capital, Inc.. IFT 0 23 -24 32
Kansas City Life Insurance Co KCLI 355 484 30 436
National Security Group Inc NSEC 29 67 2 1
National Western Life Group, Inc. NWLI 909 679 131 261
Protective Life Corporation PL 0 5,424 438 2,541
Phoenix Companies Inc PNX 0 0 0 630
Symetra Financial Corporation SYA 0 2,111 210 1,400
Utg Inc UTGN 105 46 16 42
Voya Financial, Inc. VOYA 7,554 8,977 666 7,000
First American Financial Corp FAF 6,632 5,762 542 17,955
Fidelity National Financial, Inc. FNF 12,260 7,644 759 54,091
Stewart Information Services Corp STC 846 1,848 53 6,900
Investors Title Co ITIC 262 165 23 237
China United Insurance Service, Inc. CUII 88 82 6 2,239
Horace Mann Educators Corporation HMN 1,826 1,355 118 1,350
Old Republic International Corporation ORI 6,740 6,574 747 8,200
United Fire Group Inc UFCS 1,157 1,154 22 1,057
Midwest Holding Inc. MIDH 0 2 -6 19
Black Knight, Inc. BKFS 6,380 1,127 165 4,430
American International Group, Inc. AIG 47,694 49,063 508 65,000
Aon Plc AON 46,902 10,868 1,469 69,000
Cigna Corporation CI 61,777 102,558 3,703 37,200
Marsh & Mclennan Companies, Inc. MMC 50,074 15,656 1,509 57,000
Safeco Corporation SAFC 0 0 0 0
Unum Group UNM 5,635 11,813 527 9,500
Regions Financial Corporation RF 14,300 5,465 1,754 23,723
Chubb Ltd CB 71,277 32,779 3,776 10,200
Xl Group Ltd XL 15,041 11,388 -543 4,663
Countrywide Financial Corporation CFC 0 0 0 0
Loews Corp L 14,874 14,275 699 17,510
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC. BRK 0 0 0 316,000
Genworth Financial Inc GNW 2,284 8,516 331 5,300
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc AAWW 720 2,752 348 1,724
Capital Financial Holdings, Inc. CPFH 1 15 0 20
Partnerre Ltd. PRE 0 5,590 -86 1,035
Reinsurance Group Of America, Incorporated RGA 9,504 13,393 783 2,201
Amerinst Insurance Group Ltd AIGT 0 17 2 22
Gallagher Arthur J & Co AJG 17,172 15,834 739 21,500
Brown & Brown, Inc. BRO 10,112 2,234 386 7,807
Cninsure Inc. CISG 0 0 0 4,288
Crawford & Co CRDA 309 1,064 28 8,941
Erie Indemnity Company ERIE 11,598 2,470 306 4,800
Willis Towers Watson Plc. WSH 0 8,175 461 23,700
Corvel Corp CRVL 1,607 595 48 3,508
Aecom ACM 5,404 20,364 369 92,000
Argan Inc AGX 611 390 17 862
Chicago Bridge & Iron Co N V CBI 1,878 11,185 523 54,000
Crane Co. CR 4,590 3,369 360 11,300
Dover Corp DOV 13,493 6,808 603 27,000
Emcor Group Inc EME 4,684 8,759 314 27,000
Emerson Electric Co. EMR 36,402 18,289 2,226 103,500
Eaton Corp Plc ETN 33,277 22,109 2,206 102,000
Fluor Corp FLR 0 19,509 -463 37,508
Flowserve Corp FLS 0 3,714 214 18,000
Tortec Group Corp GCNG 0 0 0 0
Genuine Parts Co GPC 13,183 18,998 792 39,000
Geo Point Resources, Inc. GPRI 0 0 -5 1
Hillenbrand, Inc. HI 1,773 1,796 147 6,000
Hill International, inc. HIL 168 400 -16 4,558
Hollysys Automation Technologies, Ltd. HOLI 994 432 69 3,600
Honeywell International Inc HON 120,191 38,618 7,089 131,000
Idex Corp IEX 12,670 2,561 451 6,801
Itt Inc. ITT 5,055 2,776 301 9,400
Johnson Controls International Plc JCI 37,544 28,405 6,304 139,000
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc JEC 11,873 13,488 692 60,000
Kbr, Inc. KBR 3,590 5,297 221 25,000
Matrix Service Co MTRX 538 1,311 0 4,826
Parker Hannifin Corp PH 21,490 14,456 1,453 54,750
Pentair Plc PNR 6,228 1,957 285 28,400
Pernix Group, Inc. PRXG 0 0 0 475
Quanta Services, Inc. PWR 4,922 11,744 332 24,600
Sterling Construction Co Inc STRL 310 1,048 29 1,565
Tat Technologies Ltd TATT 0 0 0 507
Tutor Perini Corporation TPC 520 4,390 -230 10,626
Textron Inc TXT 10,519 13,528 1,761 34,000
Tyco International Plc TYC 0 0 0 57,000
Willdan Group, Inc. WLDN 416 322 9 637
Xylem Inc. XYL 13,766 5,335 609 12,700
Badger Meter Inc BMI 1,503 437 34 1,514
Babcock & Wilcox Co BWC 0 4,093 412 5,300
Bwx Technologies, Inc. BWXT 5,455 1,791 208 5,300
Receivable Acquisition & Management Corp RCVA 0 0 0 4
Arch Capital Group Ltd. ACGL 16,366 6,258 1,286 2,030
Medixall Group, Inc. CRCX 0 0 -3 1
Gatx Corporation GMT 0 1,373 177 2,213
Usd Partners Lp USDP 309 117 15 1
Rand Logistics, Inc. RLOG 1 -50 -5 515
Amerisafe Inc AMSF 1,326 375 76 449
Employers Holdings, Inc. EIG 1,405 833 166 716
Enstar Group Ltd ESGR 3,881 1,978 432 1,327
Essent Group Ltd. ESNT 4,689 791 509 366
American Financial Group Inc AFA 2,299 7,555 702 6,500
Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd AHL 0 2,454 -166 1,121
Allied World Assurance Co Holdings, Ag AWH 1,677 2,122 157 1,433
Axis Capital Holdings Ltd AXS 5,498 5,123 152 1,225
Blue Capital Reinsurance Holdings Ltd. BCRH 68 27 -1 1
Emc Insurance Group Inc. EMCI 787 722 32 1
Endurance Specialty Holdings Ltd. ENH 0 2,539 283 1,154
Global Indemnity Ltd GBLI 395 538 -35 460
Greenlight Capital Re, Ltd. GLRE 355 323 -194 30
Maiden Holdings, Ltd. MHLD 42 1,114 -621 204
Markel Corp MKL 15,680 8,190 740 10,600
Oxbridge Re Holdings Ltd OXBR 5 3 -6 2
Everest Reinsurance Holdings Inc RE 10,128 4,420 -705 1,207
Renaissancere Holdings Ltd. RNR 8,018 2,309 1,485 376
Rli Corp RLI 4,176 915 125 902
Third Point Reinsurance Ltd. TPRE 909 580 -125 26
Validus Holdings Ltd VR 5,393 2,817 -478 876
Alleghany Corp Y 10,791 7,984 338 3,135
Assured Guaranty Ltd AGO 4,493 949 445 300
Accuride Corp ACW 0 0 0 2,290
Meritor, Inc. MTOR 1,522 4,559 290 8,400
American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc AXL 788 6,935 -203 13,050
Dana Corporation DCN 0 0 0 0
Dana Inc DAN 1,842 8,643 291 22,600
Borgwarner Inc. BWA 6,630 10,168 817 30,000
China Automotive Systems Inc CAAS 59 514 18 4,230
Cooper-standard Holdings Inc. CPS 579 3,378 145 29,000
Fuel Systems Solutions, Inc. FSYS 0 0 0 1,300
Greenkraft, Inc. GKIT 4 1 0 18
Horizon Global Corp HZN 99 856 -155 2,700
Sorl Auto Parts Inc SORL 62 507 15 3,070
Superior Industries International Inc SUP 434 1,437 17 3,050
Allison Transmission Holdings, Inc ALSN 5,452 2,751 662 2,700
Gentherm Inc THRM 1,261 1,014 23 10,098
Enerpulse Technologies, Inc. ENPT 0 0 0 8
Curaegis Technologies, Inc. TOVC 0 0 0 13
Wabco Holdings Inc. WBC 6,815 3,672 361 12,429
Tetra Tech, Inc. TTEK 4,533 1,556 176 13,000
Omnitek Engineering Corp. OMTK 1 1 -1 11
Dow Chemical Co DOW 0 57,177 1,057 53,000
General Mills Inc GIS 33,049 16,865 1,786 42,000
J M Smucker Co SJM 12,981 7,838 514 7,370
Conagra Brands Inc. CAG 13,646 9,971 678 32,900
Life On Earth, Inc. HISP 23 4 -4 2
Bab, Inc. BABB 5 3 0 17
Ricebran Technologies RIBT 90 21 -11 264
Inventure Foods, Inc. SNAK 79 192 -67 1,100
Ceres, Inc. CERE 0 0 0 44
Chs Inc. CHSCL 0 32,222 850 12,157
S&w Seed Co SANW 61 72 -12 69
Archer-daniels-midland Co ADM 21,333 63,348 1,325 33,900
Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. WMS 1,871 1,526 -148 4,615
Titan International, Inc. TWI 163 1,568 -8 600
Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc. CCO 942 2,661 -282 0
Minerals Technologies Inc MTX 1,711 1,813 155 3,583
Circor International, Inc CIR 709 1,139 -51 2,400
Franklin Electric Co Inc FELE 2,164 1,305 96 5,200
Williams Industrial Services Group Inc. GLPW 55 220 -12 1,449
Mcdermott International Inc MDR 755 8,710 -2,928 12,400
Mueller Water Products, Inc. MWA 1,639 955 49 3,900
Nf Energy Saving Corp NFEC 50 8 -2 220
Enpro Industries, Inc NPO 1,342 1,517 34 5,000
Sun Hydraulics Corporation SNHY 1,430 558 51 1,100
Watts Water Technologies Inc WTS 3,147 1,584 131 4,800
Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Inc. HEK 0 359 -32 791
Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Inc. NES 61 190 -33 0
Telkonet Inc TKOI 15 10 -3 49
Bb&t Corporation BBT 35,802 11,198 3,327 33,400
Gwg Holdings, Inc. GWGH 306 10 -125 50
Primerica, Inc. PRI 5,041 1,972 348 1,764
Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc. LTS 327 1,425 36 1,307
Sundance Strategies, Inc. SUND 117 0 -25 3
SUBTOTAL 1,135,413 1,112,890 66,570 2,479,736


             
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