Five years after Lehman's collapse: Winners & losers
Since Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy five years ago, a screen of the S&P 500 reveals that only about 20 percent of the index components remain in the red.
According to data compiled by CNBC, a fourth of those companies belong to the financial sector. Shares of Citibank, Bank of America and AIG, for example, are still down more than 37 percent in the last five years while the S&P 500 is up 39 percent over the same period.
Among the winners, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Priceline.com are the two best performing stocks, rallying more than 1,100 percent. Other consumer names such as Netflix, Chipotle, Whole Foods and Starbucks are also up significantly, rising more than 400 percent.
Indeed, the S&P Consumer Discretionary sector is up 100 percent in the past five years, leading the gains in the S&P 500 –Health Care and Technology follow, up 61 percent and 60 percent, respectively.
|S&P Sectors||5-Year % Chg.|
The tables below list the largest percent gainers and losers in the S&P 500 since Lehman's collapse.
|Winners||Company name||5-Year % Chg.|
|CMG||Chipotle Mexican Grill||658|
|WFM||Whole Foods Market||531|
|COG||Cabot Oil & Gas||329|
|Losers||5-Year % Chg.|
|X||United States Steel||-79|
|CLF||Cliffs Natural Resources||-70|
|JCP||J. C. Penney Company||-66|
|HCBK||Hudson City Bancorp.||-52|
|BAC||Bank of America||-45|
—BY CNBC's Giovanny Moreano. Follow him on Twitter: