FORTUNE 500 2006
Our annual ranking of America's largest corporations
MGIC Investment
Rank: 956 (Previous rank: 882)
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CEO: Curt S. Culver
Address: 270 E. Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202
Phone: 414-347-6480
Website: http://www.mgic.com
Revenues 1,526.5 -5.3
Profits 626.9 13.3
Assets 6,357.6
Stockholders' Equity 4,165.1
Market Value 3/17/2006 5,943.3
Revenues 41.1
Assets 9.9
Stockholders' equity 15.1
2005 $ 6.78
% change from 2004 20.4
1995-2005 annual growth rate % 14.5
2005 -3.7
1995-2005 annual rate 9.6
Industry: Insurance: P & C (stock)
1 American Intl. Group 9 108,905.0
2 Berkshire Hathaway 13 81,663.0
3 Allstate 58 35,383.0
4 Hartford Financial Services 78 27,083.0
5 St. Paul Travelers Cos. 85 24,365.0
6 Nationwide 98 21,832.0
7 Liberty Mutual Ins. Group 102 21,161.0
8 Loews 145 15,363.3
9 Progressive 153 14,303.4
10 Chubb 156 14,082.3
11 USAA 189 11,980.4
12 Genworth Financial 223 10,504.0
13 Fidelity National Financial 248 9,668.9
14 First American Corp. 284 8,061.8
15 American Family Ins. Grp. 323 6,864.0
16 Safeco 339 6,351.1
17 Erie Insurance Group 421 5,103.7
18 W.R. Berkley 428 4,996.8
19 American Financial Grp. 492 4,038.3
20 LandAmerica Financial 500 3,959.6
21 Old Republic Intl. 514 3,805.9
22 Cincinnati Financial 517 3,767.0
23 FM Global 590 3,157.0
24 Mercury General 618 2,991.9
25 Hanover Insurance Group 622 2,967.8
26 Stewart Information Services 703 2,430.6
27 MBIA 742 2,284.9
28 Markel 758 2,200.1
29 Commerce Group 837 1,884.4
30 Ohio Casualty 894 1,702.4
31 Selective Insurance Group 898 1,696.8
32 Ambac Financial Group 911 1,661.7
33 HCC Insurance Holdings 918 1,644.3
34 MGIC Investment 956 1,526.5
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