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Cisco Systems's Customers Performance

CSCO

 
CSCO's Source of Revenues Cisco Systems's Customers have recorded an advance in their cost of revenue by 3.87 % in the 3 quarter 2019 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 1.12 %, for the same period Cisco Systems, Inc. recorded revenue increase by 0.67 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -2 %.

List of CSCO Customers




Cisco Systems's Customers have recorded an advance in their cost of revenue by 3.87 % in the 3 quarter 2019 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 1.12 %, for the same period Cisco Systems, Inc. recorded revenue increase by 0.67 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -2 %.

List of CSCO Customers


   
Customers Net Income grew in Q3 by Customers Net margin grew to
16.23 % 9.79 %



Cisco Systems's Customers, Q3 2019 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Aerospace & Defense Industry -5.47 %   
Customers in Construction Services Industry -34.45 %   
Customers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry -2.07 %   
Customers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      4.78 %
Customers in Conglomerates Industry -19.56 %   
Customers in Diversified Industry    
Customers in Appliance & Tool Industry      9.4 %
Customers in Legacy Industry  
Customers in Consumer Financial Services Industry      91.11 %
Customers in Accident & Health Insurance Industry      2.54 %
Customers in Life Insurance Industry      3.92 %
Customers in Insurance Brokerage Industry      9.57 %
Customers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry      10.93 %
Customers in Investment Services Industry      21.8 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Financial Services Industry      57.62 %
Customers in Money Center Banks Industry      3.44 %
Customers in Regional Banks Industry      9.79 %
Customers in S&Ls Savings Banks Industry      4.8 %
Customers in Commercial Banks Industry      4.08 %
Customers in Broadcasting Media & Cable TV Industry      18.11 %
Customers in Educational Services Industry      9.49 %
Customers in Communications Services Industry      0.2 %
Customers in Professional Services Industry -4.03 %   
Customers in Print Media & Newspaper Publishing Industry -7.29 %   
Customers in Rental & Leasing Industry -12.74 %   
Customers in Consulting Services Industry -35.65 %   
Customers in Communications Equipment Industry      16.4 %
Customers in Computer Hardware Industry -0.89 %   
Customers in Computer Networks Industry -7.52 %   
Customers in Computer Peripherals & Office Equipment Industry      0.27 %
Customers in Internet Services & Social Media Industry -12.17 %   
Customers in Electronic Instruments & Controls Industry -4.88 %   
Customers in Semiconductors Industry      8.23 %
Customers in Software & Programming Industry      33.71 %
Customers in Electric Utilities Industry      8.72 %
Customers in Internet, Mail Order & Online Shops Industry      23.69 %
Customers in Department & Discount Retail Industry      4.74 %
Customers in Technology Retail Industry      1.61 %
Customers in Wholesale Industry -9.03 %   
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Cisco Systems's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



Many factors influence the IT, collaboration, and networking requirements of our customers. These include the size of the organization, number and types of technology systems, geographic location, and business applications deployed throughout the customer’s network. Our customer base is not limited to any specific industry, geography, or market segment. In each of the past three fiscal years, no single customer has accounted for 10% or more of our revenue. Our customers primarily operate in the following markets: enterprise, service provider, commercial, and public sector.

Enterprise
Enterprise businesses are large regional, national, or global organizations with multiple locations or branch offices and typically employ 1,000 or more employees. Many enterprise businesses have unique IT, collaboration, and networking needs within a multivendor environment. We strive to take advantage of the network-as-a-platform strategy to integrate business processes with technology architectures to assist customer growth. We offer service and support packages, financing, and managed network services, primarily through our service provider partners. We sell these products through a network of third-party application and technology vendors and channel partners, as well as selling directly to these customers.

Service Providers
Service providers offer data, voice, video, and mobile/wireless services to businesses, governments, utilities, and consumers worldwide. They include regional, national, and international wireline carriers, as well as Internet, cable, and wireless providers. We also group media, broadcast, and content providers within our service provider market, as the lines in the telecommunications industry continue to blur between traditional network-based services and content-based and application-based services. Service providers use a variety of our routing and switching, optical, security, video, mobility, and network management products, systems, and services for their own networks. In addition, many service providers use Cisco data center, virtualization, and collaboration technologies to offer managed or Internet-based services to their business customers. Compared with other customers, service providers are more likely to require network design, deployment, and support services because of the scale and complexity of their networks, which requirements are addressed, we believe, by our architectural approach.

Commercial
Generally, we define commercial businesses as companies with fewer than 1,000 employees. The larger, or midmarket, customers within the commercial market are served by a combination of our direct salesforce and our channel partners. These customers typically require the latest advanced technologies that our enterprise customers demand, but with less complexity. Small businesses, or companies with fewer than 100 employees, require information technologies and communication products that are easy to configure, install, and maintain. These smaller companies within the commercial market are primarily served by our channel partners.
Public Sector
Public sector entities include federal governments, state and local governments, as well as educational institution customers. Many public sector entities have unique IT, collaboration, and networking needs within a multivendor environment. We sell to public sector entities through a network of third-party application and technology vendors and channel partners, as well as selling directly to these customers.

Sales Overview
We have field sales offices in 94 countries, and we sell our products and services both directly and through a variety of channels with support from our salesforce. A substantial portion of our products and services is sold through our channel partners, and the remainder is sold through direct sales. Our channel partners include systems integrators, service providers, other resellers, and distributors.
Systems integrators and service providers typically sell directly to end users and often provide system installation, technical support, professional services, and other support services in addition to network equipment sales. Systems integrators also typically integrate our products into an overall solution. Some service providers are also systems integrators.

Distributors hold inventory and typically sell to systems integrators, service providers, and other resellers. We refer to sales through distributors as our two-tier system of sales to the end customer. Revenue from distributors is recognized based on a sell-through method using information provided by them. These distributors are generally given business terms that allow them to return a portion of inventory, receive credits for changes in selling prices, and participate in various cooperative marketing programs.


Cisco Systems's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


Many factors influence the IT, collaboration, and networking requirements of our customers. These include the size of the organization, number and types of technology systems, geographic location, and business applications deployed throughout the customer’s network. Our customer base is not limited to any specific industry, geography, or market segment. In each of the past three fiscal years, no single customer has accounted for 10% or more of our revenue. Our customers primarily operate in the following markets: enterprise, service provider, commercial, and public sector.

Enterprise
Enterprise businesses are large regional, national, or global organizations with multiple locations or branch offices and typically employ 1,000 or more employees. Many enterprise businesses have unique IT, collaboration, and networking needs within a multivendor environment. We strive to take advantage of the network-as-a-platform strategy to integrate business processes with technology architectures to assist customer growth. We offer service and support packages, financing, and managed network services, primarily through our service provider partners. We sell these products through a network of third-party application and technology vendors and channel partners, as well as selling directly to these customers.

Service Providers
Service providers offer data, voice, video, and mobile/wireless services to businesses, governments, utilities, and consumers worldwide. They include regional, national, and international wireline carriers, as well as Internet, cable, and wireless providers. We also group media, broadcast, and content providers within our service provider market, as the lines in the telecommunications industry continue to blur between traditional network-based services and content-based and application-based services. Service providers use a variety of our routing and switching, optical, security, video, mobility, and network management products, systems, and services for their own networks. In addition, many service providers use Cisco data center, virtualization, and collaboration technologies to offer managed or Internet-based services to their business customers. Compared with other customers, service providers are more likely to require network design, deployment, and support services because of the scale and complexity of their networks, which requirements are addressed, we believe, by our architectural approach.

Commercial
Generally, we define commercial businesses as companies with fewer than 1,000 employees. The larger, or midmarket, customers within the commercial market are served by a combination of our direct salesforce and our channel partners. These customers typically require the latest advanced technologies that our enterprise customers demand, but with less complexity. Small businesses, or companies with fewer than 100 employees, require information technologies and communication products that are easy to configure, install, and maintain. These smaller companies within the commercial market are primarily served by our channel partners.
Public Sector
Public sector entities include federal governments, state and local governments, as well as educational institution customers. Many public sector entities have unique IT, collaboration, and networking needs within a multivendor environment. We sell to public sector entities through a network of third-party application and technology vendors and channel partners, as well as selling directly to these customers.

Sales Overview
We have field sales offices in 94 countries, and we sell our products and services both directly and through a variety of channels with support from our salesforce. A substantial portion of our products and services is sold through our channel partners, and the remainder is sold through direct sales. Our channel partners include systems integrators, service providers, other resellers, and distributors.
Systems integrators and service providers typically sell directly to end users and often provide system installation, technical support, professional services, and other support services in addition to network equipment sales. Systems integrators also typically integrate our products into an overall solution. Some service providers are also systems integrators.

Distributors hold inventory and typically sell to systems integrators, service providers, and other resellers. We refer to sales through distributors as our two-tier system of sales to the end customer. Revenue from distributors is recognized based on a sell-through method using information provided by them. These distributors are generally given business terms that allow them to return a portion of inventory, receive credits for changes in selling prices, and participate in various cooperative marketing programs.








CSCO's vs. Customers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Cisco Systems, Inc. CSCO 209,462 51,991 10,998 70,000
Acacia Communications, Inc. ACIA 2,930 443 29 354
Adobe Inc. ADBE 171,737 10,644 2,778 12,499
Adtran Inc ADTN 493 554 -50 2,060
Addvantage Technologies Group Inc AEY 22 53 -5 178
Air Industries Group AIRI 62 48 -8 379
Alpine 4 Technologies Ltd. ALPINE 0 21 -5 132
Alarm.com Holdings, Inc. ALRM 2,309 473 48 784
Amplitech Group, Inc. AMPG 4 3 0 5
Arotech Corp ARTX 80 91 -1 523
Atlantic Power Corporation AT 333 286 46 0
Astronics Corporation ATRO 972 813 114 2,000
Aerovironment, Inc. AVAV 1,705 333 39 663
Boeing Co BA 184,528 86,989 3,799 168,400
Be Aerospace Inc BEAV 6,705 3,484 366 10,057
United Breweries Co Inc CCU 0 2,589 468 0
Ciena Corp CIEN 6,610 3,572 253 5,161
Clearfield, Inc. CLFD 191 85 5 230
Clickstream Corp CLIS 0 0 -1 2
Comcast corporation CMCSA 218,296 108,390 12,705 0
Rockwell Collins Inc COL 23,427 8,665 1,032 19,500
Centurylink, inc. CTL 15,112 22,609 -7,904 45,000
Cablevision Systems Corp CVC 0 6,232 466 13,656
Cpi Aerostructures Inc CVU 80 100 4 281
Cyalume Technologies Holdings, Inc. CYLU 24 43 2 462
Citizens Communications, Co. CZN 0 0 0 0
Ntt Docomo Inc DCM 0 40,793 4,429 26,374
Ducommun Inc DCO 504 698 24 3,150
Directview Holdings Inc DIRV 0 3 -6 9
Walt Disney Co DIS 261,959 69,570 11,584 180,000
Discovery, Inc. DISCA 23,220 12,187 1,860 6,800
Directv DTV 0 0 0 32,150
Duo World Inc DUUO 5 1 -1 100
Endurance International Group Holdings, Inc. EIGI 748 1,125 -16 3,664
Equillium, Inc. EQ 80 0 -360 0
Eaton Corporation Plc ETN 40,033 21,998 2,392 102,000
Everbridge, Inc. EVBG 2,957 186 -49 581
First Data Corp FDC 30,771 9,569 1,213 0
Flir Systems, Inc. FLIR 7,436 1,846 268 2,741
Fox Corporation FOXA 24,430 26,369 13,780 20,500
Frontier Communications Corporation FTR 67 8,418 -6,049 17,400
Gannett Co., Inc. GCI 809 2,854 42 31,250
General Electric Co GE 103,502 112,755 -4,774 305,000
Graham Holdings Co GHC 3,293 3,433 239 0
GOODRICH CORPORATION GR 0 0 0 0
Honeywell International Inc HON 133,437 36,942 6,381 131,000
Iec Electronics Corp IEC 96 157 5 565
Internap Corp INAP 26 298 -81 503
Infinera Corp INFN 1,462 1,246 -453 2,145
Inphi Corp IPHI 3,756 333 -88 616
Iteris, Inc. ITI 215 104 -9 0
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. KTOS 2,160 663 3 3,600
Leidos Holdings, Inc. LDOS 14,996 10,787 677 19,000
Lumentum Holdings Inc. LITE 5,972 1,661 -36 2,930
L3 Technologies, Inc. LLL 19,614 10,573 1,041 48,000
Lmi Aerospace Inc LMIA 185 340 -42 1,970
Lockheed Martin Corporation LMT 120,930 58,345 5,985 113,000
Level 3 Parent, Llc LVLT 0 8,195 -3,306 12,500
MCGRAW-HILL COMPANIES, INC. MHP 0 0 0 0
Mrv Communications Inc MRVC 68 81 -9 235
Microsoft Corporation MSFT 1,288,341 129,814 41,094 118,000
Maxlinear Inc. MXL 1,537 335 -11 753
Numerex Corp NMRX 75 67 -21 157
News Corp NWS 8,865 9,890 -111 25,000
Orbital Atk, Inc. OA 7,801 4,991 345 12,300
Plexus Corp. PLXS 2,370 3,164 109 16,000
Qualcomm Inc QCOM 118,065 25,263 3,387 33,000
George Risk Industries, Inc. RSKIA 52 14 4 175
Raytheon Company RTN 64,595 28,694 3,275 61,000
Sprint Corp S 19,661 33,600 -1,943 31,000
SAIC, Inc. SAI 0 0 0 0
Science applications International corporation SAIC 5,417 6,031 160 13,000
Shoretel Inc SHOR 456 333 -9 1,158
Sifco Industries Inc SIF 27 112 -8 465
Smtc Corp SMTX 108 363 -8 1,171
Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. SNI 11,828 3,562 814 2,100
Sparton Corp. SPA 182 379 -8 1,531
Trans-pacific Aerospace Company, Inc. TPAC 0 0 -2 7
TRIBUNE COMPANY TRB 0 0 0 0
Time Warner Cable Inc. TWC 0 38,663 1,954 0
Time Warner Inc. TWX 91,303 50,198 3,691 34,000
Utstarcom Holdings Corp. UTSI 106 116 5 481
Viacom Inc. VIAB 9,785 12,838 1,588 0
Viavi Solutions Inc. VIAV 3,777 1,175 -15 3,500
Verizon Communications Inc. VZ 248,938 131,374 16,636 183,400
Web.com Group, Inc. WEB 1,373 751 52 3,600
Windstream Holdings, Inc. WIN 14 5,579 -2,912 13,434
Washington Post Co WPO 0 0 0 0
Xunlei Ltd XNET 1,823 231 -39 1,125
Yahoo Inc YHOO 54,618 4,680 -2,183 11,700
Cemtrex Inc CETX 29 39 -22 577
Danaher Corporation DHR 118,920 20,437 2,486 71,000
Esco Technologies inc. ESE 2,577 860 90 3,254
Meredith Corporation MDP 1,431 3,157 -63 3,500
The E.w. Scripps Company SSP 1,330 1,348 -7 2,100
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd BABA 597,313 56,152 11,955 0
Commonwealth Income & Growth Fund Iv CIGF4 0 1 0 45
Commonwealth Income & Growth Fund V CIGF5 0 1 0 45
Commonwealth Income & Growth Fund Vi CIGF6 0 1 0 45
Commonwealth Income & Growth Fund Vii, Lp CIGF7 0 2 -1 45
Determine, Inc. DTRM 2 27 -12 148
Equifax Inc EFX 18,716 3,437 -377 7,500
Intersections Inc INTX 89 158 -10 362
Mam Software Group, Inc. MAMS 149 38 4 244
Servicenow, Inc. NOW 61,841 3,224 35 6,222
Oracle Corporation ORCL 183,638 85,157 10,933 132,000
Qad Inc QADA 666 315 -11 1,870
Transunion TRU 17,827 2,668 357 4,200
Tss, Inc. TSSI 13 18 1 90
Take-two Interactive Software, Inc. TTWO 14,675 2,821 308 4,492
Upland Software, Inc. UPLD 920 184 -16 375
Allegiance Bancshares, Inc. ABTX 790 168 48 305
Atlantic Capital Bancshares, Inc. ACBI 407 74 52 361
Aci Worldwide, Inc. ACIW 4,431 1,069 83 3,979
AFFILIATED COMPUTER SERVICES, INC. ACS 0 0 0 0
Ajs Bancorp, Inc. AJSB 0 0 0 40
Allstate Corp ALL 39,144 42,684 2,805 38,800
Alamogordo Financial Corp ALMG 0 0 0 97
American National Bankshares Inc. AMNB 419 86 18 303
Ameriprise Financial, Inc. AMP 23,763 13,022 1,996 12,209
American River Bankshares AMRB 86 24 5 100
Td Ameritrade Holding Corporation AMTD 27,690 8,319 2,208 5,690
Amazon.com, Inc. AMZN 939,819 265,468 11,347 117,300
Arrow Financial Corporation AROW 556 113 36 511
Arrow Electronics Inc ARW 6,969 30,146 34 18,700
Avid Technology, Inc. AVID 400 408 -2 1,522
Avnet, Inc. AVT 4,369 19,059 134 18,800
American Express Co AXP 108,767 99,389 7,076 62,800
Bank Of America Corporation BAC 324,643 91,631 27,714 224,000
Best Buy Co., inc. BBY 23,852 43,243 1,274 125,000
Franklin Resources, Inc. BEN 12,911 5,775 1,206 9,300
Bankfinancial Corp BFIN 195 62 16 230
Big Lots Inc BIG 1,106 5,296 123 36,100
The Bank Of New York Mellon Corporation BK 0 15,881 4,339 50,300
Bok Financial Corp Et Al BOKF 6,111 1,724 506 4,789
Popular, Inc. BPOP 5,936 2,275 582 7,810
Brookline Bancorp inc BRKL 1,287 273 88 675
Bear Stearns Companies Inc. BSC 0 0 0 0
Cordia Bancorp Inc BVA 0 0 0 55
Citigroup inc C 181,474 73,032 18,769 241,000
Chubb Ltd CB 70,452 33,074 3,636 10,200
Commerce Bancshares, Inc. CBSH 7,446 1,294 430 4,391
Community Choice Financial Inc. CCFI 0 454 -176 3,356
Citizens Financial Group Inc CFG 18,772 5,949 1,746 17,000
California First National Bancorp CFNB 172 24 8 107
Cullen CFR 6,103 1,329 459 4,211
Cifc Llc CIFC 0 0 0 82
Cincinnati Financial Corp CINF 17,861 8,397 919 4,305
Cleartronic, Inc. CLRI 8 1 0 8
Community First Inc CMFT 0 20 4 106
Commercial Bancshares Inc Oh CMOH 0 0 0 72
Congaree Bancshares Inc CNRB 0 0 0 20
Xura, Inc. CNSI 0 0 0 1,100
Capital one financial corp COF 49,162 22,427 5,681 46,000
Credit Suisse Group Ag CS 36,458 20,920 2,011 48,200
Computer Sciences Corp CSC 0 7,607 -100 70,000
Reliant Bancorp, Inc. CUBN 285 63 10 226
City National Corp CYN 0 0 0 3,570
Citizens Bancshares Corp CZBS 0 0 0 97
Diebold Nixdorf, Incorporated DBD 853 4,547 -373 16,000
Dcb Financial Corp DCBF 0 0 0 164
Dell Technologies Inc. DELL 38,060 91,963 4,826 0
ELECTRONIC DATA SYSTEMS CORP. EDS 0 0 0 0
Electronic Systems Technology Inc ELST 2 1 0 11
Scandium International Mining Corp. EMC 0 0 628 70,000
Embassy Bancorp, Inc. EMYB 141 35 11 76
Enova International, Inc. ENVA 842 1,221 96 1,132
Bottomline Technologies Inc EPAY 2,242 428 9 1,600
Equity Bancshares Inc EQBK 446 133 25 297
Energy Transfer Lp ET 35,214 956 2,369 0
E*trade Financial Corporation ETFC 11,045 2,907 1,048 3,221
Evercore Inc. EVR 3,303 2,138 420 1,400
East West Bancorp, inc. EWBC 7,025 1,559 659 2,833
Eztd Inc EZTD 0 0 0 161
Falconstor Software Inc FALC 19 17 -2 81
First Business Financial Services, Inc. FBIZ 225 88 22 258
Fbr & Co. FBRC 0 132 -59 303
First Citizens Bancshares Inc FCNCA 5,991 1,634 438 5,734
Fidelity D & D Bancorp Inc FDBC 233 40 12 164
Family Dollar Stores Inc FDO 0 0 0 55,000
1st Franklin Financial Corporation FFC 4 276 14 1
Fastfunds Financial Corp FFFC 0 0 0 36
First Financial Bankshares Inc FFIN 4,702 386 162 1,270
First Horizon National Corporation FHN 5,419 1,856 446 0
First Interstate Bancsystem, Inc. FIBK 2,661 604 161 1,742
Federated Investors, Inc. FII 3,441 1,280 254 1,435
Fifth Third Bancorp FITB 21,678 7,322 2,247 18,351
First Midwest Bancorp, Inc. FMBI 2,419 663 188 1,790
F&m Bank Corp FMBM 89 34 6 168
First Marblehead Corp FMD 0 50 -40 262
Fnb Corp FNB 4,092 1,155 390 2,747
First Nbc Bank Holding Co FNBC 0 0 0 486
Fncb Bancorp, Inc. FNCB 162 40 9 269
First Niagara Financial Group Inc FNFG 0 1,326 255 5,428
Financial Engines, Inc. FNGN 2,900 520 52 527
Franklin Financial Services Corp FRAF 164 55 16 250
Fifth Street Asset Management Inc. FSAM 27 49 -29 70
Fulton Financial Corp FULT 0 833 6 3,460
First National Corp FXNC 103 36 9 187
B. Riley Financial, Inc. GAMR 0 0 0 217
Glacier Bancorp Inc GBCI 3,882 581 200 2,245
Gain Capital Holdings, Inc. GCAP 146 151 -32 772
Argentum 47, Inc. GEQU 9 0 -5 10
Greenhill & Co Inc GHL 411 283 -2 350
Credit Suisse Ag GLDI 0 0 0 48,200
Genworth Financial Inc GNW 2,198 8,393 179 5,300
Goldman Sachs Group Inc GS 93,373 33,720 9,087 34,000
Great Western Bancorp, Inc. GWB 1,936 440 167 1,475
Huntington Bancshares Inc HBAN 15,464 4,373 1,442 11,873
Hills Bancorporation HBIA 611 118 43 391
Hcsb Financial Corp HCFB 60 28 24 90
Hartford Financial Services Group Inc HIG 22,284 18,955 1,801 17,500
Houlihan Lokey, Inc. HLI 3,469 1,113 165 400
Hp inc. HPQ 32,625 58,756 3,152 0
Hilltop Holdings inc. HTH 2,274 1,512 166 5,300
Iberiabank Corp IBKC 4,137 1,149 432 3,084
Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. IBKR 3,810 2,465 1,130 1,087
International Business Machines Corporation IBM 123,483 77,131 7,712 379,592
County Bancorp, Inc. ICBK 186 52 16 97
Independence Bancshares, Inc. IEBS 3 3 -2 30
First Internet Bancorp INBK 241 70 23 152
Independent Bank Corp. INDB 2,750 438 129 1,051
Intl Fcstone Inc. INTL 964 25,231 59 1,231
Irobot Corporation IRBT 1,571 1,172 90 622
Isabella Bank Corp ISBA 196 61 16 374
Investors Bancorp, Inc. ISBC 3,084 667 180 1,712
Investment Technology Group, Inc. ITG 1,028 494 -40 1,037
Invesco Ltd. IVZ 8,163 5,332 629 6,264
Orix Corp IX 108,756 22,718 3,051 33,333
Jefferies Group Llc JEFA 0 0 0 0
Jmp Group Llc JMP 59 111 0 247
Jones Financial Companies Lllp JNFC 0 9,988 794 41,000
Janus Capital Group Inc JNS 2,629 1,522 122 1,209
Jpmorgan Chase & Co JPM 450,491 105,099 31,663 241,359
Juniata Valley Financial Corp JUVF 101 26 6 105
Kcg Holdings, Inc. KCG 1,353 1,364 222 1,006
Kkr Financial Holdings Llc KFH 0 546 293 1
Lendingclub Corporation LC 1,103 754 -121 1,382
Semileds Corp LEDS 7 6 -3 187
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. LEH 0 0 0 0
Legg Mason, Inc. LM 3,422 2,846 336 2,979
Lnb Bancorp Inc LNBB 0 0 0 272
Lincoln National Corporation LNC 11,646 17,444 853 9,627
Mbia Inc MBI 734 224 -123 252
Moelis & Co MC 1,941 766 165 660
Mellon Financial Corporation MEL 0 0 0 0
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. MER 0 0 0 0
Merriman Holdings, Inc MERR 0 0 0 31
Mizuho Financial Group Inc MFG 76,354 19,165 696 56,375
Mackinac Financial Corp MFNC 175 59 14 173
MARSHALL & ILSLEY CORPORATION MI 0 0 0 0
Morgan Stanley MS 95,179 38,950 8,426 55,802
Mitsubishi Ufj Financial Group Inc MTU 91,675 28,861 1,624 102,300
Navient Corp NAVI 3,160 1,690 498 7,300
National Bank Of Greece Sa NBG 0 1,434 -276 10,723
National Bank Holdings Corp NBHC 1,162 271 78 956
Nbt Bancorp Inc NBTB 1,812 410 117 1,721
National Commerce Corp NCOM 685 119 25 289
Newstar Financial, Inc. NEWS 489 89 20 122
National Holdings Corp NHLD 37 200 -3 1,152
Nicolet Bankshares Inc NICO 0 0 0 280
Nomura Holdings Inc NMR 17,389 17,122 -884 28,865
Nelnet, Inc NNI 2,405 -72 122 3,400
National Penn Bancshares Inc NPBC 0 0 0 1,606
Netapp, Inc. NTAP 14,731 5,762 991 12,810
Nutanix, Inc. NTNX 6,665 1,238 -756 2,813
Northern Trust Corporation NTRS 23,430 6,047 1,531 15,400
New Peoples Bankshares Inc NWPP 50 32 2 242
Ofg Bancorp OFG 1,138 328 80 1,466
On Deck Capital, Inc. ONDK 326 442 29 638
On Track Innovations Ltd OTIV 7 17 -4 120
Bank Of The Ozarks Inc OZRK 1,556 253 87 1,642
Verifone Systems, Inc. PAY 2,545 1,819 -78 5,900
Prosperity Bancshares Inc PB 4,855 735 330 3,037
People‚??s United Financial, Inc. PBCT 6,308 1,671 498 4,856
Principal Financial Group, inc PFG 16,140 15,946 1,361 14,873
Piper Jaffray Companies PJC 1,117 818 78 1,192
Pjt Partners Inc. PJT 1,154 644 38 353
Pilgrim Bancshares, Inc. PLRM 48 8 1 34
Prime Meridian Holding Co PMHG 63 16 4 56
Pnc Financial Services Group, Inc. PNC 69,319 17,422 5,396 53,587
Park National Corporation PRK 1,696 365 101 1,793
Prudential Financial Inc PRU 40,203 64,623 3,462 48,331
Privatebancorp, Inc PVTB 5,031 505 123 1,219
Qc Holdings, Inc. QCCO 0 0 0 1,244
Rubicon Technology, Inc. RBCN 24 3 -1 20
Sb Financial Group, Inc. RBNF 0 0 0 214
Regions Financial Corporation RF 16,587 5,465 1,754 23,723
B. Riley Financial, Inc. RILY 730 590 55 217
Regional Management Corp. RM 339 341 40 1,421
Renasant Corp RNST 2,082 597 174 1,996
RadioShack Corporation RSH 0 0 0 0
Safeco Corporation SAFC 0 0 0 0
Southeastern Bank Financial Corp SBFC 0 64 16 346
Schwab Charles Corp SCHW 63,229 10,784 3,787 13,800
Sei Investments Company SEIC 10,065 1,632 489 2,969
Stifel Financial Corp SF 5,138 3,312 427 7,100
Simmons First National Corp SFNC 2,503 673 479 1,946
Siebert Financial Corp SIEB 229 27 10 43
Svb Financial Group SIVB 13,514 2,978 1,184 2,089
Slm Corp SLM 3,786 1,338 584 1,000
Smartfinancial Inc. SMBK 325 94 26 225
Sun Bancorp Inc SNBC 470 74 62 362
Sunnyside Bancorp, Inc. SNNY 10 2 0 15
SOVEREIGN BANCORP, INC. SOV 0 0 0 0
Santander Holdings Usa, Inc. SOVxC 0 7,695 1,051 15,150
Staples Inc SPLS 6,737 38,193 -2,500 44,400
Square 1 Financial Inc SQBK 0 0 0 258
Surrey Bancorp SRYB 0 0 0 64
South State Corp SSB 2,978 631 186 2,058
Ss&c Technologies Holdings Inc SSNC 16,674 4,540 356 8,287
S&t Bancorp Inc STBA 1,364 275 103 1,067
Suntrust Banks, Inc. STI 31,345 11,196 2,558 26,281
Triumph Bancorp, Inc. TBK 979 275 60 500
T Bancshares, Inc. TBNC 0 0 0 39
Tcf Financial Corp TCB 0 1,336 307 6,755
Texas Capital Bancshares Inc TCBI 2,747 969 321 1,329
Tidelands Bancshares Inc TDBK 0 0 0 79
Tessco Technologies Inc TESS 97 570 1 786
Target Corp TGT 60,190 77,692 3,245 347,000
Tiptree Inc. TIPT 267 717 16 929
Talmer Bancorp, Inc. TLMR 0 0 0 1,199
Lendingtree, inc. TREE 4,541 1,054 13 312
Price T Rowe Group Inc TROW 32,377 5,522 1,955 5,870
Travelers Companies, inc. TRV 36,843 31,314 2,370 30,200
Mufg Americas Holdings Corporation UB 0 5,475 -627 12,400
United Bancshares Inc UBOH 75 40 9 151
Union Bankshares Inc UBSH 158 39 7 188
United Bankshares Inc UBSI 3,844 705 261 1,701
United Community Banks, Inc. UCBI 2,416 555 180 1,883
Umb Financial Corp UMBF 3,331 993 203 3,830
Us Bancorp De USB 88,117 21,362 7,220 66,750
United Bancshares Inc USBI 0 4 0 173
Uwharrie Capital Corp UWHR 40 30 4 156
Valley National Bancorp VLY 3,821 1,066 349 2,929
Veritec Inc VRTC 2 0 -1 3
Westamerica Bancorporation WABC 1,832 210 77 813
Western Alliance Bancorporation WAL 5,945 1,054 490 1,446
Washington Trust Bancorp Inc WASH 908 196 69 582
Wilson Bank Holding Co WBHC 0 116 77 446
Webster Financial Corporation WBS 4,824 1,207 391 2,946
Wells Fargo & Company WFC 215,881 83,619 22,209 264,900
World Acceptance Corp WRLD 812 560 67 3,345
Wesbanco Inc WSBC 2,015 495 166 1,633
Wsfs Financial Corporation WSFS 2,268 549 132 947
West Bancorporation Inc WTBA 398 72 28 174
Wintrust Financial Corp WTFC 3,965 0 0 0
SUBTOTAL 8,529,274 3,276,770 387,870 5,765,242


             
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