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List of public corporations by market capitalization

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of publicly traded companies having the greatest market capitalization.

Market capitalization is calculated from the share price (as recorded on selected day) multiplied by the number of outstanding shares.[1] Figures are converted into USD millions (using rate from selected day) to allow for comparison. Only companies with free float at least 15% are included, value of unlisted stock classes is excluded. Investment companies are not included in the list.[2]

Trillion dollar companies

The table below lists all companies which have, at any point, had a market capitalization in excess of $1 trillion, the date on which their market cap exceeded $1 trillion and their record market cap.

Company Country When first passed Record value date Record value
(in billions USD)
Notes
$1 trillion $2 trillion Unadjusted Inflation-adjusted[3]
PetroChina China
Hong Kong
05 November 2007 05 November 2007 1200 1458 [note 1]
Apple Inc. United States 2 August 2018[7] 19 August 2020[8] 19 November 2021 2634 2634 [note 2]
Amazon Inc. United States 4 September 2018[10] 13 July 2021 1900 1900
Microsoft Corp United States 7 June 2019 22 June 2021[11][12] 19 November 2021 2576 2576
Alphabet Inc. United States 16 January 2020[13][14] 8 November 2021[15][16] 18 November 2021 2000 2000
Meta Platforms, Inc. United States 28 June 2021[17] 7 September 2021 1078 1078 [note 3]
Tesla, Inc. United States 25 October 2021[18] 1 November 2021 1209 1209

Publicly traded companies

All market capitalization figures are in USD millions.

2021

This list is up to date as of September 30, 2021. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter Second quarter Third quarter
1 United States Apple
Decrease2,050,000[19]
United States Apple
Increase2,286,000[19]
United States Apple
Increase2,339,000[19]
2 United States Microsoft
Increase1,778,000[20]
United States Microsoft
Increase2,040,000[20]
United States Microsoft
Increase2,119,000[20]
3 United States Amazon
Decrease1,558,000[21]
United States Amazon
Increase1,735,000[21]
United States Alphabet
Increase1,777,000[22]
4 United States Alphabet
Increase1,395,000[22]
United States Alphabet
Increase1,680,000[22]
United States Amazon
Decrease1,664,000[21]
5 United States Meta
Increase838,720[23]
United States Meta
Increase985,920[23]
United States Meta
Decrease956,890[23]
6 China Tencent
Increase766,970[24]
China Tencent
Decrease721,460[24]
United States Tesla
Increase776,850[25]
7 United States Tesla
Decrease641,110[25]
United States Tesla
Increase654,780[25]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease619,950[26]
8 China Alibaba Group
Decrease615,010[27]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase637,280[26]
Taiwan TSMC
Decrease579,030[28]
9 Taiwan TSMC
Increase613,410[28]
Taiwan TSMC
Increase623,160[28]
China Tencent
Decrease574,460[24]
10 United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase590,050[26]
China Alibaba Group
Increase615,140[27]
United States Nvidia
Increase517,900[29]

2020

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2020. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter Second quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter
1 United States Microsoft
Decrease1,200,000[20]
United States Apple
Increase1,576,000[19]
United States Apple
Increase1,981,000[19]
United States Apple
Increase2,254,000[19]
2 United States Apple
Decrease1,113,000[19]
United States Microsoft
Increase1,551,000[20]
United States Microsoft
Increase1,592,000[20]
United States Microsoft
Increase1,682,000[20]
3 United States Amazon
Increase970,590[21]
United States Amazon
Increase1,432,590[21]
United States Amazon
Increase1,577,000[21]
United States Amazon
Increase1,634,000[21]
4 United States Alphabet
Decrease799,180[22]
United States Alphabet
Increase979,700[22]
United States Alphabet
Increase999,570[22]
United States Alphabet
Increase1,185,000[22]
5 China Alibaba Group
Decrease521,740[27]
United States Facebook
Increase675,690[23]
China Alibaba Group
Increase795,400[27]
United States Facebook
Increase776,590[23]
6 United States Facebook
Decrease475,460[23]
China Tencent
Increase620,920[24]
United States Facebook
Increase746,100[23]
China Tencent
Increase683,470[24]
7 China Tencent
Increase471,660[24]
China Alibaba Group
Increase579,740[27]
China Tencent
Increase646,790[24]
United States Tesla
Increase668,080[25]
8 United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease440,830[26]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease432,570[26]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase509,470[26]
China Alibaba Group
Decrease628,650[27]
9 United States Visa
Decrease357,020[30]
United States Visa
Increase412,710[30]
United States Visa
Increase425,510[30]
Taiwan TSMC
Increase565,280[28]
10 United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease345,700[31]
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase370,590[31]
Taiwan TSMC
Increase420,440[28]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase544,780[26]

2019

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2019. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter Second quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter
1 United States Microsoft
Increase904,860[20]
United States Microsoft
Increase1,028,000[20]
United States Microsoft
Increase1,062,000[20]
United States Apple
Increase1,305,000[19]
2 United States Apple
Increase835,670[19]
United States Amazon
Increase928,540[21]
United States Apple
Increase1,012,000[19]
United States Microsoft
Increase1,203,000[20]
3 United States Amazon
Increase874,710[21]
United States Apple
Increase911,240[19]
United States Amazon
Decrease858,680[21]
United States Alphabet
Increase922,130[22]
4 United States Alphabet
Increase818,160[22]
United States Alphabet
Decrease751,170[22]
United States Alphabet
Increase838,020[22]
United States Amazon
Increase916,150[21]
5 United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease493,750[26]
United States Facebook
Increase551,490[23]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease508,530[26]
United States Facebook
Increase585,320[23]
6 United States Facebook
Increase475,730[23]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase521,100[26]
United States Facebook
Decrease508,050[23]
China Alibaba Group
Increase569,010[27]
7 China Alibaba Group
Increase472,940[27]
China Alibaba Group
Decrease439,150[27]
China Alibaba Group
Decrease435,400[27]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase553,530[26]
8 China Tencent
Increase440,980[24]
China Tencent
Decrease432,080[24]
China Tencent
Decrease398,840[24]
China Tencent
Increase461,370[24]
9 United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase372,230[31]
United States Visa
Increase379,271[30]
United States Visa
Increase385,370[30]
United States JPMorgan Chase
Increase437,230[32]
10 United States Visa
Increase353,710[30]
United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease370,300[31]
United States JPMorgan Chase
Increase376,310[32]
United States Visa
Increase416,790[30]

2018

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2018. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter Second quarter Third quarter Fourth quarter
1 United States Apple
Decrease851,317
United States Apple
Increase909,840[19]
United States Apple
Increase1,091,000[19]
United States Microsoft
Decrease780,520[20]
2 United States Alphabet
Decrease715,404
United States Amazon
Increase824,790[21]
United States Amazon
Increase976,650[21]
United States Apple
Decrease748,680[19]
3 United States Microsoft
Increase702,760[20]
United States Alphabet
Increase774,840[22]
United States Microsoft
Increase877,400[20]
United States Amazon
Decrease735,900[21]
4 United States Amazon
Increase700,672[21]
United States Microsoft
Increase757,640[20]
United States Alphabet
Increase839,740[33]
United States Alphabet
Decrease728,360[33]
5 China Tencent
Increase507,990[24]
United States Facebook
Increase562,480[23]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase523,520[26]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease499,590[26]
6 United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase492,019[26]
China Tencent
Decrease478,580[24]
United States Facebook
Decrease473,850[23]
United States Facebook
Decrease375,890[23]
7 China Alibaba Group
Increase470,930[27]
China Alibaba Group
Increase476,040[27]
China Alibaba Group
Decrease423,600[27]
China Tencent
Decrease375,110[24]
8 United States Facebook
Decrease464,189[23]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease463,980[26]
China Tencent
Decrease388,080[24]
China Alibaba Group
Decrease355,130[27]
9 United States JPMorgan Chase
Increase377,410[32]
United States JPMorgan Chase
Decrease354,780[32]
United States JPMorgan Chase
Increase379,440[32]
United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease346,110[31]
10 United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease343,780[31]
United States ExxonMobil
Increase350,270[34]
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase370,650[31]
United States JPMorgan Chase
Decrease324,660[32]

2017

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2017. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[35][note 4] Second quarter[36][note 4] Third quarter[37][note 4] Fourth quarter
1 United States Apple
Increase753,718
United States Apple
Decrease749,124
United States Apple
Increase791,726
United States Apple
Increase868,880[19]
2 United States Alphabet
Increase573,570[22]
United States Alphabet
Increase628,610[22]
United States Alphabet
Increase664,550[22]
United States Alphabet
Increase727,040[22]
3 United States Microsoft
Increase508,935
United States Microsoft
Increase528,778
United States Microsoft
Increase568,965
United States Microsoft
Increase659,910[20]
4 United States Amazon
Increase423,031
United States Amazon
Increase466,471
United States Amazon
Decrease459,435
United States Amazon
Increase563,540[21]
5 United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase410,880[26]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase418,880[26]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase451,840[26]
United States Facebook
Increase512,760[23]
6 United States ExxonMobil
Increase339,897
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase357,310
China Alibaba Group
Increase436,850[27]
China Tencent
Increase493,340[38]
7 United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase337,947
United States Facebook
Increase357,176
China Tencent
Increase405,007
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase489,490[26]
8 United States Facebook
Increase334,552
China Alibaba Group
Increase356,390[27]
United States Facebook
Increase399,946
China Alibaba Group
Increase440,712[38]
9 United States JPMorgan Chase
Increase313,761
China Tencent
Increase344,879
United States ExxonMobil
Increase348,248
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase375,360[31]
10 United States Wells Fargo
Increase278,516
United States ExxonMobil
Increase341,947
United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease347,497
United States JPMorgan Chase
Increase371,050[32]

2016

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2016. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[39][note 4] Second quarter[40][note 4] Third quarter[41][note 4] Fourth quarter[42][note 4]
1 United States Apple
Increase607,465
United States Apple
Decrease517,069
United States Apple
Increase604,475
United States Apple
Increase617,588.49
2 United States Alphabet
Increase535,660[22]
United States Alphabet
Decrease475,320[22]
United States Alphabet
Increase535,660[22]
United States Alphabet
Decrease531,970[22]
3 United States Microsoft
Increase439,734
United States Microsoft
Decrease397,268
United States Microsoft
Increase447,290
United States Microsoft
Increase483,160.28
4 United States ExxonMobil
Increase350,991
United States ExxonMobil
Increase383,396
United States Amazon
Increase393,030
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase404,390[26]
5 United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase349,740[26]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease345,860[26]
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease358,519
United States ExxonMobil
Increase374,280
6 United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase300,604
United States Amazon
Increase337,641
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase358,300[26]
United States Amazon
Decrease356,313.12
7 United States General Electric
Decrease295,546
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase328,234
United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease320,836
United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease313,432.46
8 United States Amazon
Decrease281,888
United States General Electric
Decrease280,927
United States Facebook
Increase297,548
United States JPMorgan Chase
Increase308,768.42
9 United States Facebook
Increase259,192
United States Facebook
Increase263,930
China Tencent
Increase265,603
United States General Electric
Increase279,545.92
10 United States Wells Fargo
Decrease246,035
United States AT&T
Increase261,035
United States General Electric
Decrease261,876
United States Wells Fargo
Decrease276,779.12

2015

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2015. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[43] Second quarter[44] Third quarter[45][note 4] Fourth quarter[46][note 4]
1 United States Apple
Increase724,773.1
United States Apple
Decrease722,576.9
United States Apple
Decrease621,939
United States Apple
Decrease598,344
2 United States ExxonMobil
Decrease356,548.7
United States Microsoft
Increase357,154.4
United States Google
Increase407,870[22]
United States Alphabet
Increase534,090[22]
3 United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease356,510.7
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease347,868.1
United States Microsoft
Decrease347,432
United States Microsoft
Increase449,799
4 United States Google
Increase345,849.2[47]
United States Google
Increase336,014.5[22]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease318,180[26]
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase323,750[26]
5 United States Microsoft
Decrease333,524.8
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease336,014.5
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease304,245
United States ExxonMobil
Increase325,167
6 China Petro China
Increase329,715.1
China Petro China
Decrease319,391.6
United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease257,637
United States Amazon
Increase323,009
7 United States Wells Fargo
Decrease279,919.7
China ICBC
Increase298,531.5
United States General Electric
Decrease248,069
United States General Electric
Increase313,892
8 United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease279,723.9
United States Wells Fargo
Increase289,591.3
China China Mobile
Increase243,186
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase287,153
9 China ICBC
Increase275,389.1
United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease270,260.8
Switzerland Novartis
Increase240,373
United States Wells Fargo
Increase281,770
10 Switzerland Novartis
Increase267,897.0
United States General Electric
Increase267,717.4
Switzerland Nestlé
Increase233,361
United States JPMorgan Chase
Increase245,126

2014

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2014. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[48] Second quarter[49] Third quarter[50] Fourth quarter[51]
1 United States Apple
Decrease478,766.1
United States Apple
Increase560,337.4
United States Apple
Increase603,277.4
United States Apple
Increase647,361.0
2 United States ExxonMobil
Decrease422,098.3
United States ExxonMobil
Increase432,357.3
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease401,094.1
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease391,481.9
3 United States Microsoft
Increase340,216.8
United States Google
Increase358,347.3
United States Microsoft
Increase381,959.7
United States Microsoft
Increase382,880.3
4 United States Google
Increase313,003.9
United States Microsoft
Increase344,458.8
United States Google
Increase361,998.4
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase370,652.6
5 United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase308,090.6
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase312,216.7
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase340,055.0
United States Google
Decrease329,768.5
6 United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase277,826.2
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase295,980.1
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase300,614.2
China PetroChina
Increase305,536.1
7 United States Wells Fargo
Increase261,217.5
United States Wells Fargo
Increase276,837
United States Wells Fargo
Increase270,782.4
United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease292,702.8
8 United States General Electric
Decrease259,547.3
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase269,563.4
United States General Electric
Decrease257,068.4
United States Wells Fargo
Increase284,385.6
9 Switzerland Hoffmann-La Roche
Increase258,542.1
United States General Electric
Increase263,529.6
Switzerland Novartis
Increase255,326.4
United States Walmart
Decrease276,807.4
10 United States Walmart
Decrease246,805.7
Switzerland Hoffmann-La Roche
Decrease256,322.8
Switzerland Hoffmann-La Roche
Decrease254,543.8
China ICBC
Increase271,146.1

2013

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2013. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[52] Second quarter[53] Third quarter[54] Fourth quarter[55]
1 United States Apple
Decrease415,683.3
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease401,729.8
United States Apple
Increase433,099.6
United States Apple
Increase504,770.8
2 United States ExxonMobil
Increase403,733.1
United States Apple
Decrease372,202.3
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease378,716.2
United States ExxonMobil
Increase442,142.8
3 United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase256,801.8
United States Microsoft
Increase288,488.8
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase280,001.5
United States Microsoft
Increase312,297.3
4 China PetroChina
Decrease254,618.7
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase276,548.5
United States Microsoft
Decrease277,220.9
United States Google
Increase310,079.1
5 United States Walmart
Increase246,373.3
United States Walmart
Decrease244,079.4
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase244,298.5
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase292,396.0
6 United States General Electric
Increase239,775.6
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase241,170.9
United States General Electric
Increase243,290.4
United States General Electric
Increase283,589.8
7 United States Microsoft
Increase239,602.3
United States General Electric
Increase239,787.2
United States Walmart
Decrease240,773.3
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase258,415.4
8 United States IBM
Increase237,724.7
United States Google
Increase238,688.6
United States Google
Decrease237,479.4
United States Walmart
Increase254,622.8
9 Switzerland Nestlé
Increase233,792.1
United States Chevron Corporation
Decrease229,402.6
United States Chevron Corporation
Increase234,740.8
Switzerland Hoffmann-La Roche
Increase241,368.0
10 United States Chevron Corporation
Increase230,831.2
China ICBC
Increase226,879.8
Switzerland Hoffmann-La Roche
Increase232,495.2
United States Chevron Corporation
Increase240,223.4

2012

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2012. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[56] Second quarter[57] Third quarter[58] Fourth quarter[59]
1 United States Apple
Increase559,002.1
United States Apple
Decrease546,076.1
United States Apple
Increase625,348.1
United States Apple
Decrease500,610.7
2 United States ExxonMobil
Increase408,777.4
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease400,139.1
United States ExxonMobil
Increase422,127.5
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease394,610.9
3 China PetroChina
Increase278,968.4
China PetroChina
Decrease257,685.8
China PetroChina
Decrease253,853.3
China PetroChina
Increase264,833.4
4 United States Microsoft
Increase270,644.1
United States Microsoft
Decrease256,982.4
United States Microsoft
Decrease249,489.8
Australia
United Kingdom
BHP Billiton
Increase247,409.0
5 United States IBM
Increase241,754.6
United States Walmart
Increase235,900.3
United States Walmart
Increase248,074.4
China ICBC
Increase236,457.9
6 China ICBC
Increase236,335.4
United States IBM
Decrease225,598.5
United States General Electric
Increase239,791.2
Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase234,040.2
7 Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Decrease222,425.1
United States General Electric
Increase220,806.3
United States IBM
Increase237,068.4
United States Walmart
Decrease228,245.4
8 Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase220,978.9
Hong Kong China Mobile
Decrease219,481.3
United States Chevron Corporation
Increase228,707.1
South Korea Samsung Electronics
Increase227,581.8
9 United States General Electric
Increase212,317.7
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Decrease217,048.2
Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase222,817.8
United States Microsoft
Decrease224,801.0
10 United States Chevron Corporation
Increase211,950.6
China ICBC
Decrease211,196.0
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase222,669.6
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Steady222,669.6

2011

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2011. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[60] Second quarter[61] Third quarter[62] Fourth quarter[63]
1 United States ExxonMobil
Increase417,166.7
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease400,884.5
United States Apple
Increase353,518.1
United States ExxonMobil
Increase406,272.1
2 China PetroChina
Increase326,199.2
United States Apple
Decrease310,412.3
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease353,135.2
United States Apple
Increase376,410.6
3 United States Apple
Increase321,072.1
China PetroChina
Decrease303,649.9
China PetroChina
Decrease276,473.9
China PetroChina
Increase276,844.9
4 China ICBC
Increase251,078.1
China ICBC
Decrease246,850.5
United States IBM
Increase208,843.5
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase236,677.0
5 Brazil Petrobras
Increase247,417.6
Australia
United Kingdom
BHP Billiton
Decrease233,626.5
United States Microsoft
Decrease208,534.9
China ICBC
Increase228,168.1
6 Australia
United Kingdom
BHP Billiton
Increase247,079.5
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Decrease225,122.8
China ICBC
Decrease206,021.4
United States Microsoft
Increase218,380.1
7 China China Construction Bank
Increase232,608.6
United States Microsoft
Increase219,251.9
Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase198,778.7
United States IBM
Increase216,724.4
8 Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase226,128.7
Switzerland Nestlé
Increase215,017.5
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Decrease197,061.1
United States Chevron Corporation
Increase211,893.9
9 United States Chevron Corporation
Increase215,780.6
Brazil Petrobras
Decrease210,111.4
Switzerland Nestlé
Decrease191,115.6
United States Walmart
Increase204,659.8
10 United States Microsoft
Decrease213,336.4
United States IBM
Increase207,781.4
United States Chevron Corporation
Decrease185,456.1
China China Mobile
Decrease196,148.4

2010

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2010. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[64] Second quarter[65] Third quarter[66] Fourth quarter[67]
1 China PetroChina
Decrease329,259.7
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease291,789.1
United States ExxonMobil
Increase314,622.5
United States ExxonMobil
Increase368,711.5
2 United States ExxonMobil
Decrease316,230.8
China PetroChina
Decrease268,504.8
China PetroChina
Increase270,889.9
China PetroChina
Increase303,273.6
3 United States Microsoft
Decrease256,864.7
United States Apple
Increase228,876.8
United States Apple
Increase259,223.4
United States Apple
Increase295,886.3
4 China ICBC
Decrease246,419.8
China ICBC
Decrease211,258.7
Brazil Petrobras
Increase220,616.5
Australia
United Kingdom
BHP Billiton
Increase243,540.3
5 United States Apple
Increase213,096.7
United States Microsoft
Decrease201,655.8
China ICBC
Increase213,364.1
United States Microsoft
Increase238,784.5
6 Australia
United Kingdom
BHP Billiton
Increase209,935.1
Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase201,471.2
United States Microsoft
Increase210,676.4
China ICBC
Increase233,369.1
7 United States Walmart
Increase209,000.7
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Decrease197,356.8
Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase205,339.6
Brazil Petrobras
Increase229,066.6
8 United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase200,620.5
China China Construction Bank
Increase189,170.7
United States Berkshire Hathaway
Increase204,792.0
China China Construction Bank
Increase222,245.1
9 United States General Electric
Increase194,246.2
United States Walmart
Decrease178,322.7
China China Construction Bank
Increase202,998.4
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase208,593.7
10 Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase192,998.6
United States Procter & Gamble
172,736.5
Australia
United Kingdom
BHP Billiton
Increase196,866.0
Switzerland Nestlé
Increase203,534.3

2009

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2009. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[68] Second quarter[69] Third quarter[70] Fourth quarter[71]
1 United States ExxonMobil
Decrease336,527
China PetroChina
Increase366,662.9
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease329,725
China PetroChina
Increase353,140.1
2 China PetroChina
Increase287,185
United States ExxonMobil
Increase341,140.3
China PetroChina
Decrease325,097.5
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease323,717.1
3 United States Walmart
Decrease204,365
China ICBC
Increase257,004.4
China ICBC
Decrease237,951.5
United States Microsoft
Increase270,635.4
4 China ICBC
Increase187,885
United States Microsoft
Increase211,546.2
United States Microsoft
Increase229,630.7
China ICBC
Increase268,956.2
5 Hong Kong China Mobile
Decrease174,673
Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase200,832.4
United Kingdom HSBC
Increase198,561.1
United States Walmart
Increase203,653.6
6 United States Microsoft
Decrease163,320
United States Walmart
Decrease188,752.0
Hong Kong China Mobile
Decrease195,680.4
China China Construction Bank
Increase201,436.1
7 United States AT&T
Decrease148,511
China China Construction Bank
Increase182,186.7
United States Walmart
Increase189,331.6
Australia
United Kingdom
BHP Billiton
Increase201,248
8 United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease145,481
Brazil Petrobras
Increase165,056.9
Brazil Petrobras
Increase189,027.7
United Kingdom HSBC
Increase199,254.9
9 Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Decrease138,999
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase156,515.9
China China Construction Bank
Increase186,816.7
Brazil Petrobras
Increase199,107.9
10 United States Procter & Gamble
Decrease138,013
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase156,386.7
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase175,986.1
United States Apple
Increase189,801.7

2008

This list is up to date as of December 31, 2008. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[72] Second quarter[73] Third quarter[74] Fourth quarter[75]
1 United States ExxonMobil
Decrease452,505
United States ExxonMobil
Increase465,652
United States ExxonMobil
Increase403,366
United States ExxonMobil
Increase406,067
2 China PetroChina
Decrease423,996
China PetroChina
Increase341,140.3
China PetroChina
Decrease325,097.5
China PetroChina
Decrease259,836
3 United States General Electric
Decrease369,569
China ICBC
Increase257,004.4
China ICBC
Decrease237,951.5
United States Walmart
Decrease219,898
4 Russia Gazprom
Decrease299,764
United States Microsoft
Increase211,546.2
United States Microsoft
Increase229,630.7
Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase201,291
5 Hong Kong China Mobile
Decrease298,093
Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase200,832.4
United Kingdom HSBC
Increase198,561.1
United States Procter & Gamble
Decrease184,576
6 China ICBC
Decrease277,236
United States Walmart
Decrease188,752.0
Hong Kong China Mobile
Decrease195,680.4
China ICBC
Decrease173,930
7 United States Microsoft
Decrease264,132
China China Construction Bank
Increase182,186.7
United States Walmart
Increase189,331.6
United States Microsoft
Decrease172,929
8 United States AT&T
Decrease231,168
Brazil Petrobras
Increase165,056.9
Brazil Petrobras
Increase189,027.7
United States AT&T
Increase167,950
9 Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Decrease220,110
United States Johnson & Johnson
Increase156,515.9
China China Construction Bank
Increase186,816.7
United States Johnson & Johnson
Decrease166,002
10 United States Procter & Gamble
Decrease215,640
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase156,386.7
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase175,986.1
United States General Electric
Decrease161,278

2007

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of December 31, 2007. Indicated changes in rank and market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[76] Second quarter[77] Third quarter[78] Fourth quarter[79]
1 United States ExxonMobil
Decrease429,567
United States ExxonMobil
Increase472,519
United States ExxonMobil
Increase513,362
China Petrochina
Increase723,952
2 United States General Electric
Decrease363,611
United States General Electric
Increase393,831
United States General Electric
Increase424,191
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease511,887
3 United States Microsoft
Decrease272,912
United States Microsoft
Increase281,934
Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase327,937
United States General Electric
Decrease374,637
4 United States Citigroup
Decrease252,857
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase266,141
China ICBC
Increase279,269
Hong Kong China Mobile
Increase354,120
5 United States AT&T
Increase246,206
United States AT&T
Increase255,871
United States Microsoft
Decrease276,202
China ICBC
Increase338,989
6 Russia Gazprom
Decrease245,911
United States Citigroup
Increase253,703
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Decrease264,397
United States Microsoft
Increase333,054
7 Japan Toyota
Decrease230,832
Russia Gazprom
Decrease245,757
Russia Gazprom
Increase260,249
Russia Gazprom
Increase329,591
8 United States Bank of America
Decrease228,177
United Kingdom BP
Increase231,491
United States AT&T
Increase258,047
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Increase269,544
9 China ICBC
Decrease224,788
Japan Toyota
Decrease228,009
United States Citigroup
Decrease232,162
United States AT&T
Decrease252,051
10 Netherlands
United Kingdom
Royal Dutch Shell
Decrease214,018
United States Bank of America
Decrease216,963
United States Bank of America
Increase223,066
China Sinopec
Increase249,645

2006

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of December 2006. Indicated changes in rank and market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[80] Second quarter[81] Third quarter[82] Fourth quarter[83]
1 United States ExxonMobil
Increase371,631
United States ExxonMobil
Decrease371,187
United States ExxonMobil
Increase398,906
United States ExxonMobil
Increase446,943
2 United States General Electric
Decrease362,527
United States General Electric
Decrease342,731
United States General Electric
Increase364,414
United States General Electric
Increase383,564
3 United States Microsoft
Increase281,171
Russia Gazprom
Increase246,341
United States Microsoft
Increase272,679.0
United States Microsoft
Increase293,537
4 United States Citigroup
Decrease238,935
United States Citigroup
Increase239,862
Russia Gazprom
Decrease254,634.3
United States Citigroup
Increase273,691
5 United Kingdom BP
Increase233,260
United States Microsoft
Decrease237,688
United States Citigroup
Increase246,727
Russia Gazprom
Increase271,482
6 United States Bank of America
Increase211,706
United Kingdom BP
Increase233,151
United States Bank of America
Increase242,451
China Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
Increase254,592
7 Netherlands Royal Dutch Shell
Increase211,280
Netherlands Royal Dutch Shell
Increase224,925
Netherlands Royal Dutch Shell
Decrease216,368
Japan Toyota
Increase241,161
8 United States Walmart
Increase196,860
United States Bank of America
Increase219,504
United Kingdom BP
Decrease215,623
United States Bank of America
Decrease239,758
9 Japan Toyota
Increase196,731
United Kingdom HSBC
Increase201,854
United Kingdom HSBC
Increase209,774
Netherlands Royal Dutch Shell
Increase225,781
10 Russia Gazprom
Increase196,339
United States Walmart
Increase200,762
United States Pfizer
Increase206,785
United Kingdom BP
Increase218,643

2005

This list is up to date as of 31 March 2005.[84]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate Increase382,233
2 ExxonMobil United States Oil and gas Increase380,567
3 Microsoft United States Software industry Decrease262,975
4 Citigroup United States Banking Decrease234,437
5 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas Increase221,365
6 Walmart United States Retail Decrease212,209
7 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas Increase210,630
8 Johnson & Johnson United States Health care Increase199,711
9 Pfizer United States Health care Decrease195,945
10 Bank of America United States Banking Increase178,765

2004

This list is up to date as of 31 March 2004.[85]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate Increase299,336
2 Microsoft United States Software industry Increase271,911
3 ExxonMobil United States Oil and gas Increase263,940
4 Pfizer United States Health care Increase261,616
5 Citigroup United States Banking Increase259,191
6 Walmart United States Retail Increase258,888
7 American International Group United States Insurance Increase183,696
8 Intel Corporation United States Computer hardware Increase179,996
9 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas Increase174,648
10 HSBC United Kingdom Banking Increase163,574

2003

This list is up to date as of 31 March 2003.[86]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 Microsoft United States Software industry Decrease264,003
2 General Electric United States Conglomerate Decrease259,647
3 ExxonMobil United States Oil and gas Decrease241,037
4 Walmart United States Retail Decrease234,399
5 Pfizer United States Health care Decrease195,948
6 Citigroup United States Banking Decrease183,887
7 Johnson & Johnson United States Health care Decrease170,417
8 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas Decrease149,034
9 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas Decrease144,381
10 IBM United States Computer software, computer hardware Increase139,272

2002

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 31 March 2002.[87]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate Decrease372,089
2 Microsoft United States Software industry Increase326,639
3 ExxonMobil United States Oil and gas Increase299,820
4 Walmart United States Retail Increase273,220
5 Citigroup United States Banking Increase255,299
6 Pfizer United States Health care Decrease249,021
7 Intel Corporation United States Computer hardware Decrease203,838
8 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas Decrease200,794
9 Johnson & Johnson United States Health care Increase197,912
10 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas Decrease189,913

2001

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 31 March 2001.[88]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate 477,406
2 Cisco Systems United States Networking hardware 304,699
3 ExxonMobil United States Oil and gas 286,367
4 Pfizer United States Health care 263,996
5 Microsoft United States Software industry 258,436
6 Walmart United States Retail 250,955
7 Citigroup United States Banking 250,143
8 Vodafone United Kingdom Telecommunications 227,175
9 Intel United States Computer hardware 227,048
10 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 206,340

2000

This list is up to date as of 31 March 2000.[89]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 Microsoft United States Software industry Increase586,197
2 General Electric United States Conglomerate Increase474,956
3 NTT Docomo Japan Telecommunications Increase366,204
4 Cisco Systems United States Networking hardware Increase348,965
5 Walmart United States Retail Increase286,153
6 Intel United States Computer hardware Increase277,096
7 Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Japan Telecommunications Increase274,905
8 ExxonMobil United States Oil and gas Increase265,894
9 Lucent United States Telecommunications Increase237,668
10 Deutsche Telekom Germany Telecommunications Increase209,628

1998

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 30 September 1998.[90]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 Microsoft United States Software industry Increase271,854
2 General Electric United States Conglomerate Increase258,871
3 ExxonMobil United States Oil and gas Increase172,213
4 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas Decrease164,157
5 Merck United States Health care Increase154,753
6 Pfizer United States Health care Increase148,074
7 Intel United States Computer hardware Decrease144,060
8 The Coca-Cola Company United States Beverage Decrease142,164
9 Walmart United States Retail Increase123,062
10 IBM United States Software industry, computer hardware Increase121,184

1997

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 30 September 1997.[91]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate Increase222,748
2 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas Increase191,002
3 Microsoft United States Software industry Increase159,660
4 ExxonMobil United States Oil and gas Increase157,970
5 The Coca-Cola Company United States Beverage Increase151,288
6 Intel United States Computer hardware Increase150,838
7 Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Japan Telecommunications Increase146,139
8 Merck United States Health care Increase120,757
9 Toyota Japan Automotive Increase116,585
10 Novartis Switzerland Health care Increase104,468

1996

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 30 September 1996.[92]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate 136,515
2 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 128,206
3 The Coca-Cola Company United States Beverage 117,258
4 Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Japan Telecommunications 113,609
5 ExxonMobil United States Oil and gas 102,161

See also

Notes

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  2. ^ Apple hit the highest market capitalization of any listed business, when its share price hit $160.55. [9]
  3. ^ Meta was formerly Facebook Inc. and traded as Facebook, Inc. at the time it first reached a $1tn capitalization
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