Since Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy two years ago, a screen of the S&P 500 reveals that 60% of its components remain in the red to date.
According to data compiled by CNBC, 300 companies in the U.S. equity index are trading in negative territory, with an average loss of 24%, since the date that Lehman's demise took effect. As no surprise, many financial companies are among the worst performers from two years ago, with American International Group leading to the downside.
Technology and consumer discretionary companies are the only ones trading up, averaging gains of 5%, since September 15, 2008. Priceline.com , an online travel company, is up the most from two years ago.
>> Markets Since Lehman Bankruptcy
The tables below list the largest percent gainers and losers in the S&P 500 since Lehman's collapse.
Data Source: CNBC Analytics & Capital IQ
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