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634. Valspar
Financials: Latest Results
Rank: 634 (Previous rank: 653)
Compare tool: Valspar vs. Top 10
CEO: William L. Mansfield
Address: 1101 Third St. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Phone: 612-332-7371
Website: www.valspar.com
Revenues 3,249.3 9.1
Profits 172.1 -1.8
Assets 3,452.3
Stockholders' equity 1,380.8
Market value (3/28/2008) 1,928.6
Revenues 5.3
Assets 5.0
Stockholders' equity 12.5
2007 $ 1.50
% change from 2006 -12.3
1997-2007 annual growth rate % 7.2
2007 -16.9
1997-2007 annual rate 5.1
Industry: Chemicals
1 Dow Chemical 42 53,513.0
2 DuPont 81 30,653.0
3 PPG Industries 217 12,299.0
4 Huntsman 249 10,713.4
5 Air Products & Chemicals 258 10,125.0
6 Praxair 278 9,402.0
7 Rohm & Haas 295 8,911.0
8 Monsanto 305 8,607.0
9 Sherwin-Williams 316 8,005.3
10 Ashland 322 7,834.0
11 Eastman Chemical 337 7,372.0
12 Celanese 367 6,641.0
13 Avery Dennison 382 6,307.8
14 Hexion Specialty Chemicals 420 5,810.0
15 Mosaic 422 5,773.7
16 Ecolab 438 5,469.6
17 Lubrizol 505 4,499.0
18 Chemtura 557 3,926.0
19 Nalco Holding 559 3,912.5
20 Solutia 593 3,578.0
21 Cytec Industries 600 3,503.8
22 Rockwood Holdings 618 3,347.2
23 RPM International 619 3,338.8
24 Valspar 634 3,249.3
25 Westlake Chemical 641 3,192.2
26 Georgia Gulf 645 3,176.3
27 W.R. Grace 657 3,115.2
28 Scotts Miracle-Gro 696 2,871.8
29 UAP Holding 699 2,854.1
30 CF Industries Holdings 716 2,756.7
31 PolyOne 743 2,642.7
32 FMC 745 2,632.9
33 Cabot 751 2,616.0
34 Terra Industries 798 2,360.1
35 Albemarle 806 2,336.2
36 International Flavors & Fragrances 821 2,276.6
37 Ferro 836 2,204.8
38 Hercules 858 2,136.2
39 Sigma-Aldrich 882 2,038.7
40 A. Schulman 944 1,787.1
From the May 5, 2008 issue
Figures are for fiscal year ended Oct. 31, 2007.
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