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Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Customers Performance

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LYB's Source of Revenues Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Customers have recorded an increase in their cost of revenue by 11.01 % in the 4 quarter 2020 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 49.36 %, for the same period Lyondellbasell Industries N V revnue deteriorated by -2.96 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 17.13 %.

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Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Customers have recorded an increase in their cost of revenue by 11.01 % in the 4 quarter 2020 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 49.36 %, for the same period Lyondellbasell Industries N V revnue deteriorated by -2.96 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 17.13 %.

List of LYB Customers


   
Customers Net Income fell in Q4 by Customers Net margin grew to
-0.77 % 7.74 %



Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Customers, Q4 2020 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry      5.03 %
Customers in Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber Industry -5.28 %   
Customers in Containers & Packaging Industry      4.25 %
Customers in Aluminum Industry      5.69 %
Customers in Forestry & Wood Products Industry      73.8 %
Customers in Iron & Steel Industry -35.56 %   
Customers in Metal Mining Industry      16.93 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      22.62 %
Customers in Paper & Paper Products Industry -8.27 %   
Customers in Construction Raw Materials Industry -5.83 %   
Customers in Aerospace & Defense Industry -72.88 %   
Customers in Construction Services Industry      11.77 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry -9.5 %   
Customers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry -0.81 %   
Customers in Conglomerates Industry -12.08 %   
Customers in Appliance & Tool Industry      18.69 %
Customers in Auto & Truck Manufacturers Industry -6.23 %   
Customers in Auto & Truck Parts Industry      2.62 %
Customers in Furniture & Fixtures Industry      8.8 %
Customers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry      3.25 %
Customers in Tires Industry -1.77 %   
Customers in Alcoholic Beverages Industry -10.41 %   
Customers in Nonalcoholic Beverages Industry      14.22 %
Customers in Food Processing Industry      17.68 %
Customers in Office Supplies Industry -19.52 %   
Customers in Personal & Household Products Industry -5.48 %   
Customers in Oil And Gas Production Industry -29.17 %   
Customers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry -5.85 %   
Customers in Oil Well Services & Equipment Industry -35.39 %   
Customers in Renewable Energy Services & Equipment Industry  
Customers in Consumer Financial Services Industry      130.19 %
Customers in Real Estate Investment Trusts Industry      33.27 %
Customers in Biotechnology & Drugs Industry    
Customers in Advertising Industry -27.35 %   
Customers in Broadcasting Media & Cable TV Industry      29.26 %
Customers in Professional Services Industry -18.6 %   
Customers in Print Media & Newspaper Publishing Industry      0.71 %
Customers in Security & Armored Car Services Industry      1.26 %
Customers in Communications Equipment Industry      19.78 %
Customers in Computer Hardware Industry -6.48 %   
Customers in Computer Peripherals & Office Equipment Industry -7.64 %   
Customers in Scientific & Technical Instruments Industry      54.49 %
Customers in Semiconductors Industry -1.69 %   
Customers in Software & Programming Industry -10.86 %   
Customers in Consumer Electronics Industry      30.61 %
Customers in Electric Utilities Industry      1.24 %
Customers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry    
Customers in Department & Discount Retail Industry -17.75 %   
Customers in Grocery Stores Industry -41.53 %   
Customers in Home Improvement Industry      9.1 %
Customers in Automotive Aftermarket Industry -19.58 %   
Customers in Wholesale Industry      16.65 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



Our ethylene production is consumed internally as a raw material in the production of polymers and other derivatives with the balance sold to third party customers. We are a net purchaser of propylene, a raw material used in the production of PO, PP and other derivatives. Our butadiene production is sold to the external market under multi-year contracts. All of our internal production of benzene is used as a raw material in the production of styrene by our I&D segment, and we purchase additional benzene to meet our needs.
In addition to purchases of propylene and benzene, at times we purchase ethylene and butadiene for resale, when necessary, to satisfy customer demand above our own production levels. Volumes of any of these products purchased for resale can vary significantly from period to period. However, purchased volumes have not historically had a significant impact on profits.
Our PP and PE production is typically sold to an extensive base of established customers servicing both the domestic and export markets either under annual contracts or on a spot basis. Export sales are generally to customers in Central and South America. We also sell PP into our PP compounds business, which is managed worldwide by our O&P—EAI segment.

Our ethylene production is generally consumed internally as a raw material in the production of polymers. Our propylene production is used as a raw material in the production of PO and PP and we purchase propylene as our internal needs exceed our internal production. European ethylene and propylene production is generally fully integrated with our downstream facilities in Europe.
We produce and sell butadiene to external customers under multi-year contracts and on a spot basis.
With respect to PP and PE, our production is typically sold to an extensive base of established customers under annual contracts or on a spot basis. We believe that, over a business cycle, average sales prices and profit margins for specialty polymers tend to be higher than average sales prices and profit margins for higher-volume commodity polyolefins or polymers.
Our regional sales offices are in various locations, including The Netherlands, Hong Kong, China, India and United Arab Emirates. We also operate through a worldwide network of local sales and representative offices in Europe, Asia and Africa. Our joint ventures typically manage their domestic sales and marketing efforts independently, and we typically operate as their agent/distributor for all or a portion of their exports.

We produce and deliver our PO and its co-products and derivatives through sales agreements, processing agreements and spot sales as well as product exchanges. We have a number of multi-year processing (or tolling) and sales agreements. We sell most of our SM production into the North American and European merchant markets and to Asian and South American export markets through long-term sales contracts and processing agreements. We purchase SM for resale, when necessary, to satisfy customer demand that exceeds our production levels. Volumes of SM purchases made for resale can vary significantly from period to period. However, purchased volumes have not historically had a significant impact on profits.
Our I&D segment converts most of its TBA, which is produced as a co-product of the PO process, to isobutylene. Over half of the isobutylene is reacted with methanol or ethanol to produce MTBE and ETBE. The remaining isobutylene is sold into the external market as high purity and purity grade isobutylene.

We sell our MTBE and ETBE production under market-based sales agreements and in the spot market. Substantially all refiners and blenders have discontinued the use of MTBE in the U.S., partly as a result of governmental initiatives to increase use of bio-ethanol in gasoline and to reduce or effectively ban the use of MTBE. However, MTBE/ETBE demand for gasoline blending remains strong within most of the remaining worldwide market. Accordingly, we market MTBE and ETBE produced in the U.S. for use outside of the U.S. Japan has opted to use ETBE as a means of meeting its carbon dioxide reduction commitments under the Kyoto Protocol, and we source a significant portion of Japan’s bio-fuels needs. Some of our plants have the flexibility to produce either MTBE or ETBE to accommodate market needs.

Sales of MTBE, ETBE, acetyls, PO and PO co-products and derivatives are made by our marketing and sales personnel, and also through distributors and independent agents in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Asia Pacific region.
Acetyls, including acetic acid and VAM, are consumed internally and sold worldwide under multi-year contracts and on a spot basis. Our acetyls business uses methanol, which we produce internally, as a raw material for the production of acetic acid and also sells the methanol under annual contracts and on a spot basis to large U.S. customers.
EO and EG typically are sold under multi-year contracts and on a spot basis, with market-based pricing. Glycol ethers are sold primarily into the solvent and distributor markets at market prices. The vast majority of the ethylene derivative products are sold in North America and Asia, primarily through our sales organizations.

The Houston refinery’s products primarily are sold in bulk to other refiners, marketers, distributors and wholesalers at market-related prices. Most of the Houston refinery’s products are sold under contracts with a term of one year or less or are sold in the spot market. The Houston refinery’s products generally are transported to customers via pipelines and terminals owned and operated by other parties.


Lyondellbasell Industries N V 's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


Our ethylene production is consumed internally as a raw material in the production of polymers and other derivatives with the balance sold to third party customers. We are a net purchaser of propylene, a raw material used in the production of PO, PP and other derivatives. Our butadiene production is sold to the external market under multi-year contracts. All of our internal production of benzene is used as a raw material in the production of styrene by our I&D segment, and we purchase additional benzene to meet our needs.
In addition to purchases of propylene and benzene, at times we purchase ethylene and butadiene for resale, when necessary, to satisfy customer demand above our own production levels. Volumes of any of these products purchased for resale can vary significantly from period to period. However, purchased volumes have not historically had a significant impact on profits.
Our PP and PE production is typically sold to an extensive base of established customers servicing both the domestic and export markets either under annual contracts or on a spot basis. Export sales are generally to customers in Central and South America. We also sell PP into our PP compounds business, which is managed worldwide by our O&P—EAI segment.

Our ethylene production is generally consumed internally as a raw material in the production of polymers. Our propylene production is used as a raw material in the production of PO and PP and we purchase propylene as our internal needs exceed our internal production. European ethylene and propylene production is generally fully integrated with our downstream facilities in Europe.
We produce and sell butadiene to external customers under multi-year contracts and on a spot basis.
With respect to PP and PE, our production is typically sold to an extensive base of established customers under annual contracts or on a spot basis. We believe that, over a business cycle, average sales prices and profit margins for specialty polymers tend to be higher than average sales prices and profit margins for higher-volume commodity polyolefins or polymers.
Our regional sales offices are in various locations, including The Netherlands, Hong Kong, China, India and United Arab Emirates. We also operate through a worldwide network of local sales and representative offices in Europe, Asia and Africa. Our joint ventures typically manage their domestic sales and marketing efforts independently, and we typically operate as their agent/distributor for all or a portion of their exports.

We produce and deliver our PO and its co-products and derivatives through sales agreements, processing agreements and spot sales as well as product exchanges. We have a number of multi-year processing (or tolling) and sales agreements. We sell most of our SM production into the North American and European merchant markets and to Asian and South American export markets through long-term sales contracts and processing agreements. We purchase SM for resale, when necessary, to satisfy customer demand that exceeds our production levels. Volumes of SM purchases made for resale can vary significantly from period to period. However, purchased volumes have not historically had a significant impact on profits.
Our I&D segment converts most of its TBA, which is produced as a co-product of the PO process, to isobutylene. Over half of the isobutylene is reacted with methanol or ethanol to produce MTBE and ETBE. The remaining isobutylene is sold into the external market as high purity and purity grade isobutylene.

We sell our MTBE and ETBE production under market-based sales agreements and in the spot market. Substantially all refiners and blenders have discontinued the use of MTBE in the U.S., partly as a result of governmental initiatives to increase use of bio-ethanol in gasoline and to reduce or effectively ban the use of MTBE. However, MTBE/ETBE demand for gasoline blending remains strong within most of the remaining worldwide market. Accordingly, we market MTBE and ETBE produced in the U.S. for use outside of the U.S. Japan has opted to use ETBE as a means of meeting its carbon dioxide reduction commitments under the Kyoto Protocol, and we source a significant portion of Japan’s bio-fuels needs. Some of our plants have the flexibility to produce either MTBE or ETBE to accommodate market needs.

Sales of MTBE, ETBE, acetyls, PO and PO co-products and derivatives are made by our marketing and sales personnel, and also through distributors and independent agents in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Asia Pacific region.
Acetyls, including acetic acid and VAM, are consumed internally and sold worldwide under multi-year contracts and on a spot basis. Our acetyls business uses methanol, which we produce internally, as a raw material for the production of acetic acid and also sells the methanol under annual contracts and on a spot basis to large U.S. customers.
EO and EG typically are sold under multi-year contracts and on a spot basis, with market-based pricing. Glycol ethers are sold primarily into the solvent and distributor markets at market prices. The vast majority of the ethylene derivative products are sold in North America and Asia, primarily through our sales organizations.

The Houston refinery’s products primarily are sold in bulk to other refiners, marketers, distributors and wholesalers at market-related prices. Most of the Houston refinery’s products are sold under contracts with a term of one year or less or are sold in the spot market. The Houston refinery’s products generally are transported to customers via pipelines and terminals owned and operated by other parties.








LYB's vs. Customers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Lyondellbasell Industries N v 0 27,753 1,427 13,100
Alcoa Corp 6,263 9,286 -14 61,000
Acco Brands Corporation 813 1,655 62 5,020
Aecom 10,270 13,318 -174 92,000
Advanced Emissions Solutions Inc 92 62 -20 25
Adm Tronics Unlimited Inc 11 3 0 21
Adt Inc 0 6,831 -632 17,500
Aegion Corp 907 808 -30 6,200
Air Industries Group 75 50 1 379
American International Ventures Inc 0 0 0 4
Aleris Corporation 0 3,376 -12 5,400
Autoliv Inc 8,611 7,447 188 54,600
Amerityre Corporation 5 4 0 18
Apogee Enterprises Inc 933 1,259 70 4,614
Evergreen International Corp 0 0 0 4
Arconic Corporation 3,201 5,675 -109 0
Ashland Global Holdings Inc 101 2,345 -484 11,000
Allegheny Technologies Incorporated 2,775 2,982 -1,560 9,700
Aptargroup Inc 10,225 2,929 214 12,700
Astronics Corporation 532 586 -130 2,000
Au Optronics Corp 23,555 8,714 -687 60,083
Av Homes, Inc. 455 855 -24 214
Avient Corp 5,021 3,242 133 0
Avon Products Inc 0 3,625 -366 33,200
Axion Power International, Inc. 0 0 -12 16
Axalta Coating Systems Ltd 7,222 3,738 122 13,000
Boise Cascade Company 2,573 5,472 175 5,910
Black & Decker Corp. 0 0 0 0
Beam Therapeutics Inc 4,207 0 -195 0
Berry Global Group Inc 8,574 12,029 642 21,000
Amplify Snack Brands, Inc. 922 339 11 45
Curative Biosciences, Inc. 6 0 0 1
Brekford Traffic Safety, Inc. 6 9 4 38
Ball Corp 31,170 11,781 582 15,000
Bemis Co Inc 5,239 4,064 239 19,100
Bonamour, Inc. 0 0 0 1
Berkshire Hathaway Inc 539,579 246,497 36,353 0
Biosolar Inc 91 0 -141 1
Anheuser busch Inbev Sa 141,783 46,881 2,202 0
Sustainable Projects Group Inc 0 0 0 1
Blue Spa Inc 0 0 0 0
Beazer Homes Usa Inc 594 2,138 61 1,063
Calatlantic Group, Inc. 6,611 2,451 172 2,850
Canon Inc 24,612 28,638 869 194,151
Cca Industries Inc 12 17 -3 98
Cabot Corporation 3,129 2,633 -197 4,300
Clarivate Plc 11,224 1,610 -328 1,334
Coca-cola Enterprises, Inc. 12,194 8,212 667 11,650
Chase Corporation 1,082 264 39 677
Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings Inc 976 1,855 -600 0
Century Communities Inc 2,122 3,161 206 510
Coeur Mining Inc 3,265 785 26 2,087
Celanese Corporation 18,515 5,655 1,992 7,293
Celsius Holdings Inc 4,710 131 9 1
Century Aluminum Company 1,424 1,605 -123 1,778
Church and Dwight Co Inc 22,694 4,896 786 4,400
China Shouguan Investment Holding Group Corp 7 0 -4 3
Circor International Inc 683 773 -185 2,400
Colgate palmolive Company 69,161 16,471 2,860 37,700
Cleartronic Inc 15 2 0 8
Clearwater Paper Corporation 585 1,869 175 3,300
The Clorox Company 25,057 7,524 1,229 7,700
Coca cola Consolidated Inc 2,930 5,007 182 7,600
Costco Wholesale Corp 165,107 178,626 4,408 205,000
Coty Inc 7,069 4,191 -1,314 10,600
Campbell Soup Co 15,204 8,965 808 19,400
Crown Crafts Inc 80 78 7 135
Carlisle Companies Incorporated 9,644 4,245 320 12,000
China Ginseng Holdings Inc 0 0 0 86
Csw Industrials Inc 2,055 384 45 750
Cooper Tire and Rubber Co 2,796 2,521 144 13,550
Contango Ore Inc 115 0 26 3
Covanta Holding Corporation 1,811 1,904 -28 0
Cablevision Systems Corp 0 6,232 466 13,656
Cavco Industries Inc 1,992 1,057 63 3,700
Commercial Vehicle Group Inc 295 718 -37 6,700
Cpi Aerostructures Inc 53 88 -1 281
Daktronics Inc 286 491 10 2,420
Dana Inc 3,894 7,106 -51 22,600
Ducommun Incorporated 711 629 29 3,150
Dupont De Nemours Inc 56,932 20,397 -2,923 63,000
Dillards inc 2,222 4,433 -72 40,000
Deltic Timber Corp 1,134 229 9 536
Dell Technologies Inc 79,665 93,342 5,393 0
D r Horton Inc 34,821 22,224 2,743 5,621
Directview Holdings Inc 0 3 -6 9
Dow Inc 48,446 38,542 1,294 53,000
Deer Valley Corp 0 0 0 200
Dynaresource Inc 16 9 -5 99
Ennis Inc 528 375 28 6,018
Ecopetrol S a 25,721 12,803 698 0
Ecolab Inc 64,247 11,790 -1,188 47,430
El Capitan Precious Metals Inc 3 0 -5 2
Enhance Skin Products Inc 0 0 0 1
Est e Lauder Companies Inc 114,860 14,190 939 44,000
Yinfu Gold Corp 0 0 0 4
Emcor Group Inc 6,602 8,797 133 27,000
Eastman Chemical Co 15,372 8,473 489 15,000
Entree Resources Ltd 115 0 6 0
Essendant Inc 473 5,002 -135 6,400
Satusa Corp 0 0 0 1
Eaton Corporation Plc 56,840 18,228 1,415 102,000
Fbec Worldwide Inc. 5 0 -1 1
Fortune Brands Home and Security inc 14,277 6,090 554 18,000
Freeport mcmoran Inc 51,467 14,198 865 35,000
Federal Mogul Corp 0 6,786 49 53,700
Franklin Electric Co Inc 3,852 1,247 101 5,200
Findex Com Inc 9 1 1 7
National Beverage Corp 4,988 1,074 171 1,200
Flir Systems Inc 7,889 1,924 213 2,741
Fluor Corporation 3,142 15,668 -367 37,508
Fmc Corporation 14,947 4,642 551 5,900
Fairmount Santrol Holdings Inc. 1,289 1,061 94 744
Ferro Corporation 1,467 570 -5 4,846
Fuling Global Inc 0 151 15 1,129
Fox Corporation 23,242 12,303 1,062 20,500
Gl Brands, Inc. 27 4 -26 6
Flexible Solutions International Inc 38 31 4 27
Federal Signal Corporation 2,588 1,131 96 2,200
Foster L B Co 183 497 8 1,241
Fuller H B Co 3,596 2,791 104 4,400
Global Gold Corp 185 0 -3 25
Gannett Co Inc 654 3,331 -672 31,250
Tortec Group Corp 0 0 -1 0
Gcp Applied Technologies Inc 1,869 903 101 2,900
Greif Inc 1,571 4,549 119 0
Gevo Inc 761 6 -40 74
Gold Dynamics Corp. 0 0 0 1
Galenfeha, Inc. 0 2 0 1
Golden Star Resource Corp 15 0 0 0
Glatfelter Corporation 707 916 21 4,375
Corning Inc 84,363 11,303 512 34,600
Gold Resource Corp 228 91 4 13
Genuine Parts Co 17,455 16,537 -29 39,000
Graphic Packaging Holding Co 4,349 6,498 177 13,000
Golden Queen Mining Co Ltd 0 58 -14 194
W R Grace and co 4,274 1,730 -2 3,700
Green Brick Partners Inc 1,238 976 118 0
Blackridge Technology International, Inc. 0 0 -29 2
The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company 4,151 12,321 -1,250 67,000
Haynes International inc 358 344 -18 1,123
Hi crush Inc 16 623 -554 0
Turtle Beach Corporation 486 360 39 135
Helen Of Troy Limited 5,798 2,032 229 1,610
Hillenbrand inc 3,695 2,643 25 6,000
Hill International inc 156 369 -8 4,558
Life On Earth Inc 15 0 -2 2
Hecla Mining Co 3,996 783 22 0
Right On Brands, Inc. 155 0 -2 1
Handeni Gold Inc. 0 0 0 10
Honeywell International Inc 163,784 32,637 4,865 131,000
Hovnanian Enterprises Inc 721 2,425 79 2,078
HERCULES INCORPORATED 0 0 0 0
Hp inc 44,001 57,667 3,234 0
Harsco Corp 1,417 1,864 -22 9,400
Huntsman Corporation 6,418 6,018 1,066 15,000
Hawkins Inc 355 566 37 659
Hexion Inc 0 2,510 -230 4,300
International Business Machines Corporation 127,396 73,620 5,590 379,592
International Barrier Technology Inc 18 9 0 30
Iec Electronics Corp 129 185 7 565
Inception Mining Inc 23 4 2 95
Innospec Inc 2,443 1,193 29 1,800
International Paper Company 22,426 21,066 482 58,000
Irobot Corporation 3,311 1,430 147 622
Integral Technologies Inc 3 1 -6 1
Itt Inc 8,138 2,478 74 9,400
Illinois Tool Works Inc 72,084 12,574 2,109 49,000
I-wellness Marketing Group Inc. 0 0 0 10
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc 17,765 13,589 528 0
Johnson Controls International Plc 45,486 22,082 1,100 139,000
The St Joe Company 2,585 161 45 61
Jones Soda Co 32 12 -3 26
Kellogg Company 22,016 13,770 1,264 29,790
Kaiser Aluminum Corporation 1,797 1,173 29 2,760
Kb Home 4,487 4,249 334 1,590
Keurig Dr Pepper Inc 51,702 11,618 1,325 0
Kraft Heinz Co 51,236 26,185 361 42,000
Kimberly clark Corporation 48,111 19,140 2,396 57,000
Kmg Chemicals Inc 1,211 466 65 626
Coca Cola Co 236,072 33,014 7,768 150,900
Corvus Gold Inc 259 0 -17 0
The Kroger Co 28,035 133,417 2,764 400,000
Konared Corp 1 3 -14 5
Kraft Foods Group, Inc. 0 31,893 2,715 22,100
Kronos Worldwide Inc 1,999 1,639 64 2,260
Kapstone Paper & Packaging Corp 3,497 3,439 304 6,400
Quaker Chemical Corporation 4,343 1,423 7 2,020
Kyocera Corp 20,233 13,537 1,045 75,940
Lennar Corp 31,496 23,309 3,093 0
Lithium Exploration Group, Inc. 0 0 -3 2
Lgi Homes Inc 4,257 2,368 324 390
U.s. Lithium Corp. 2 0 -1 1
Lka Gold Inc 3 0 -1 1
Lmi Aerospace Inc 185 340 -42 1,970
Landec Corporation 328 560 -45 522
Comstock Mining Inc 137 0 15 10
Lapolla Industries Inc 128 102 10 77
Lg Display Co Ltd 3,986 21,832 -2,671 53,891
Louisiana pacific Corporation 7,036 2,788 497 4,500
Liquidmetal Technologies Inc 83 1 -3 26
Lode star Mining Inc 4 0 0 2
Lexmark International Inc 0 0 0 12,700
Masco Corporation 17,028 7,188 1,276 32,000
M d c Holdings Inc 4,105 3,765 368 0
Mondel z International Inc 86,309 26,581 3,569 104,000
Meredith Corporation 1,474 2,908 -289 3,500
Medifast inc 2,834 935 103 425
Mercer International Inc 1,044 1,423 -17 1,486
Magellan Gold Corp 1,044 0 -4 1
Mohawk Industries Inc 14,232 9,552 516 34,100
Mi Homes Inc 1,726 3,046 240 1,008
Mobile Mini Inc 1,309 612 74 1,998
Mitu Resources Inc. 0 0 0 2
Monster Beverage Corporation 52,965 4,317 1,125 0
Modine Manufacturing Co 826 1,766 -201 7,100
Mojo Organics Inc 5 2 0 2
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. 1,560 2,331 0 4,900
Emerson Radio Corp 25 7 -4 32
Mannatech Inc 43 151 6 290
Meritage Homes Corporation 3,613 988 423 1,409
Minerals Technologies Inc 2,676 1,595 116 3,583
Mcewen Mining inc 479 105 -152 293
Mueller Water Products Inc 2,257 972 69 3,900
Natural Alternatives International Inc 104 142 2 177
Newage Inc 221 248 -101 0
Newmont Corporation 53,328 11,497 2,791 13,700
Nuverra Environmental Solutions Inc 31 110 -44 0
Newmarket Corporation 4,201 2,011 271 1,998
Boqi International Medical Inc 65 0 -6 220
Novagold Resources Inc 3,263 0 -35 13
Niocorp Developments Ltd 251 0 4 0
Nl Industries Inc 395 115 16 2,776
Nn Inc 339 583 -79 4,730
Nobility Homes Inc 116 41 6 129
National Presto Industries Inc 739 353 47 1,043
Enpro Industries Inc 1,782 988 214 5,000
Nextsource Materials Inc. 65 0 0 4
Northern Technologies International Corporation 147 45 0 65
Nortek Inc 0 0 0 11,400
Nutraceutical International Corp 387 240 14 810
Rejuvel Bio-sciences, Inc. 0 0 0 1
Novelis Inc 0 11,371 124 11,970
Nvr Inc 19,008 7,537 901 4,300
New Home Co Inc 109 507 -33 234
Newell Brands Inc 11,387 9,385 -770 17,400
News Corporation 16,182 15,805 -9,936 0
Quanex Building Products Corporation 905 885 46 4,138
New York Times Co 8,097 1,784 101 3,588
Ocean Bio Chem Inc 136 56 10 128
Originclear Inc 13 4 -5 26
Oil dri Corporation Of America 183 287 20 797
O i Glass Inc 2,361 6,091 264 21,100
Olin Corporation 6,524 5,758 -970 6,400
It Tech Packaging Inc 33 101 -6 605
Oro East Mining, Inc. 0 0 0 1
Occidental Petroleum Corporation 45,214 17,809 -14,831 11,700
PEPSI BOTTLING GROUP, INC. 0 0 0 0
Plum Creek Timber Co Inc 0 1,340 214 1,308
Nano Magic Inc 8 3 -1 27
Pepsico Inc 202,460 71,311 7,547 271,000
Procter and Gamble Co 349,043 72,766 12,879 110,000
Pershing Gold Corp. 38 0 -14 21
Pgt Innovations Inc 1,558 883 45 2,600
Parker hannifin Corporation 41,514 13,505 1,432 54,750
Pultegroup Inc 14,211 11,036 1,407 4,149
Packaging Corp Of America 13,532 6,658 461 14,000
Park Ohio Industries Inc 423 1,295 -4 600
PALL CORPORATION 0 0 0 10,400
Pulse Beverage Corp 0 1 -5 26
Plantronics Inc 1,637 1,654 -746 4,003
Plexus Corp 2,760 3,368 123 16,000
Palayan Resources Inc 10 0 0 0
Cpi Card Group Inc 188 431 16 1,386
Pentair Plc 10,764 3,059 364 28,400
Ppg Industries Inc 40,958 13,680 1,001 44,400
Pernix Group, Inc. 0 0 0 475
Paramount Gold Nevada Corp 36 1 6 6
Zhen Ding Resources Inc 218 0 -1 2
Elizabeth Arden Inc 0 523 17 1,900
Rare Element Resources Ltd 0 0 -3 13
Reed s Inc 120 39 -10 36
Remedent Inc 3 1 0 10
Revlon Inc 616 1,904 -619 5,700
Resolute Forest Products Inc 1,303 2,699 -9 8,000
Royal Gold inc 7,796 562 254 21
Rocky Mountain High Brands Inc 5 0 0 11
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY 0 0 0 0
Rpm International Inc 12,280 5,821 456 13,394
Rr Donnelley and Sons Co 412 4,766 99 68,000
Rosetta Stone inc 723 189 -19 992
Raytheon Technologies Corporation 121,802 63,437 -3,295 0
Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc 578 1,619 21 1,200
Rise Gold Corp 14 2 -7 1
Ryland Group Inc 0 2,141 379 1,502
Royal Mines & Minerals Corp 2 0 -1 1
You Han Data Tech Co Ltd. 0 0 0 1
Southern Copper Corp 53,591 7,985 1,578 13,414
Stepan Company 3,016 1,870 128 2,073
Sealed Air Corp 7,605 4,903 503 24,000
Gold Lakes Corp. 0 0 -20 1
The Sherwin williams Company 24,512 18,362 2,030 39,674
Sifco Industries Inc 85 112 14 465
Skyline Champion Corporation 2,538 1,274 57 1,200
Sara Lee Corporation 0 0 0 0
Scotts Liquid Gold Inc 32 31 -2 67
Standard Metals Processing Inc 9 0 0 1
Smartag International, Inc. 10 0 0 3
Smtc Corporation 170 386 -1 1,171
Inventure Foods, Inc. 79 192 -67 1,100
Smart Sand Inc 100 122 38 103
Sense Technologies Inc 3 0 0 2
Sonoco Products Company 6,530 5,237 207 20,000
Sparton Corp. 182 379 -8 1,531
Future Fintech Group Inc 179 0 89 250
Star Gold Corp 5 0 -1 1
The E w Scripps Company 18,553 1,857 269 2,100
Str Holdings, Inc. 3 7 -9 135
Sterling Construction Company Inc 579 1,427 43 1,565
Stratus Properties Inc 295 61 -24 114
Strattec Security Corp 201 530 -48 3,877
Summer Infant Inc 27 155 -1 197
Supervalu Inc 1,267 14,620 -20 38,500
Stillwater Mining Co 0 0 0 1,432
Stanley Black and Decker Inc 32,977 14,535 1,233 50,400
Swisher Hygiene Inc. 0 0 0 1
Tat Technologies Ltd 0 0 0 507
Timberline Resources Corp 0 0 -4 0
Tuanche Ltd 1,175 93 -36 700
Tredegar Corporation 509 999 3 2,800
Tecnoglass Inc 577 375 24 5,853
International Tower Hill Mines Ltd 216 0 -5 10
Thunder Mountain Gold Inc 9 1 1 3
Theron Resource Group 0 0 0 1
Treehouse Foods Inc 2,901 4,350 14 5,880
Isabella Bank Corp 0 622 11 0
Orchids Paper Products Co 13 171 2 352
Taylor Morrison Home Corp 4,174 6,127 250 113
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc 193,048 32,218 6,375 51,000
Toll Brothers Inc 7,635 7,310 486 3,900
Tor Minerals International Inc 9 39 -1 45
Trans-pacific Aerospace Company, Inc. 0 0 -2 7
Tutor Perini Corporation 853 5,319 152 10,626
Techprecision Corp 38 16 0 102
Tri Pointe Homes Inc 2,789 3,260 282 1,036
TRIBUNE COMPANY 0 0 0 0
Tribune Media Company 4,183 2,016 364 0
Trecora Resources 202 209 31 310
Tronox Holdings Plc 2,969 2,758 995 4,300
Notox Technologies Corp 116 0 -1 1
Charlies Holdings Inc 209 17 -7 13
The Toro Company 12,638 3,484 371 6,682
Tetra Tech inc 7,231 1,076 179 13,000
Tile Shop Holdings Inc 76 325 6 1,410
Tupperware Brands Corporation 1,455 1,740 112 13,000
Time Warner Inc. 91,303 50,198 3,691 34,000
Tyco International Plc 0 0 0 57,000
Ucp, Inc. -181 412 16 173
Ufp Industries inc 4,895 5,154 254 9,300
Ufp Technologies Inc 383 179 13 722
Universal Stainless and Alloy Products inc 84 158 -22 645
Bioxytran Inc 48 0 -2 1
Usana Health Sciences Inc 2,121 1,135 125 1,788
Universal Security Instruments Inc 12 18 -3 15
Valaris Plc 66 953 -5,266 11,100
Visteon Corporation 3,253 2,548 -48 25,500
Vista Gold Corp 125 0 0 13
Valhi Inc 691 1,850 89 2,995
Viavi Solutions Inc 3,894 1,107 34 3,500
Valmie Resources, Inc. 0 0 0 1
Vanjia Corp 155 0 0 1
Verde Resources Inc 2 0 0 3
Verso Corporation 507 1,632 131 5,200
Verso Corporation 0 0 0 0
Verso Corporation 0 0 0 5,200
Veritiv Corporation 726 6,223 51 8,800
Versar Inc 5 113 3 556
Wci Communities, Inc. 0 0 0 689
Wd 40 Company 3,579 446 75 445
WHOLE FOODS MARKET, INC. 0 0 0 0
WINN-DIXIE STORES, INC. 0 0 0 0
Willdan Group inc 445 391 -14 637
William Lyon Homes 957 2,116 105 585
Westlake Chemical Corporation 12,273 7,504 373 8,870
Westlake Chemical Partners Lp 965 967 341 141
White Mountain Titanium Corp 0 0 0 16
Watts Water Technologies Inc 4,155 1,509 114 4,800
Weyerhaeuser Company 28,560 7,532 797 12,800
Xinyuan Real Estate Co Ltd 292 2,483 83 1,007
Solitario Zinc Corp 120 0 -1 5
Xerox Holdings Corporation 15,276 7,022 192 0
Xylem Inc 19,871 4,876 254 12,700
Cps Technologies Corp 103 21 1 104
Graftech International Ltd 3,237 1,224 434 0
Fuelstream Inc 0 0 0 6
Vertex Energy Inc 57 135 -11 205
SUBTOTAL 4,846,304 2,413,703 125,516 5,060,464


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