FACTBOX-S&P 500 companies with large revenue from China

Mon Jun 21, 2010 8:55am EDT

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 NEW YORK, June 21 (Reuters) -  Shares of U.S.-based
multinational companies with large exposure to China's economy
could get a boost after Beijing pledged over the weekend to
allow the yuan to rise in value, easing tensions with the West
and boosting confidence in the global economy.
 A higher yuan would help temper inflation in China by
pushing down import prices, which in turn could mean Beijing
would have less need to aggressively tighten monetary policy.
For details see [ID:nN20208975].
 Following is the percentage revenue exposure of some S&P
500 .SPX companies.
                                         Revenue
                                         Exposure
Company                         RIC      in China (pct)
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Advanced Micro Devices          (AMD.N)        45
Nvidia Corp                     (NVDA.O)       39
Molex Inc                       MOLX.O       39
Yum! Brands Inc                 (YUM.N)        34
National Semiconductor Corp     (NSM.N)        32
Cliffs Natural Resources Inc    (CLF.N)        30
Altera Corporation              (ALTR.O)       27
Micron Technology Inc           (MU.O)         26
MEMC Electronic Materials Inc   WFR.N        25
Qualcomm Inc                    (QCOM.O)       23
Amphenol Corp                   (APH.N)        22
Jabil Circuit Inc               (JBL.N)        21
Analog Devices Inc              ADI.N        19
Xilinx Inc                      (XLNX.O)       18
Intel Corp                      (INTC.O)       17
Agilent Technologies Inc        (A.N)          13
Applied Materials Inc           (AMAT.O)       13
Corning Inc                     (GLW.N)        12
Leggett & Platt Inc             (LEG.N)         8
Boeing Co                       (BA.N)          7
PerkinElmer Inc                 (PKI.N)         7
Motorola Inc                    MOT.N         6


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