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FACTBOX-S&P 500 companies that rely most on revenue from Mexico

May 31 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks dropped on Friday after President Donald Trump's threat to impose a tariff on all goods from Mexico until the flow of illegal immigrants across the southern border ceases. Trump plans tariffs to start at 5% on June 10 and increase monthly up to 25% on Oct. 1 unless Mexico takes immediate action. The S&P 500 fell 1.2% in afternoon trading. Here are the companies in the benchmark index that depend most on revenue from Mexico, according to FactSet*:

COMPANY NAME RIC MEXICO SUB-INDUSTRY

REVENUE EXPOSURE (PCT)

Kansas City 47.5% Railroads

Southern

Allegion 12.2% Building

products

Union Pacific 10.9% RailroadsSempra Energy 10.8% Multi-utilitiesBorgWarner 9.3% Auto parts &

equipment

HanesBrands 8.1% Apparel

accessories & luxury goods

American Tower 6.1% Specialized

REITs

PepsiCo 6.0% Soft drinksLyondellBasell 5.9% Commodity

chemicals

Arista 5.4% CommunicationsNetworks equipment* FactSet said it gathers data from annual SEC filings when

provided or, when not provided, generates data from a FactSet proprietary algorithm

(Reporting by Lewis Krauskopf; Editing by Cynthia Osterman)