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The 200 Billion Dollar Club: World’s Largest Companies By Market Capitalization, 2016

The 200 Billion Dollar Club: World’s Largest Companies By Market Capitalization, 2016

It is not surprising that the top 3 largest companies by market capitalization, in 2016, are all technology companies: Apple, Alphabet (the newly minted parent company of Google), and Microsoft. So, you want to get into the 200 billion-dollar club, try your luck at developing technology solutions.

The 200 billion-dollar club, though, is not like The Eagles’ Hotel California; you can check-out any time you like, and you can leave, too.

The 200 Billion Dollar Club: These are the world’s largest companies ranked by current market capitalization (U.S.$ billions)

RankCompanyCountrySectorMarket capitalization (U.S.$ billions)
1Apple IncUSATechnology604
2Alphabet IncUSATechnology518
3Microsoft CorpUSATechnology437
4Berkshire Hathaway IncUSAFinancials350
5Exxon MobilUSAOil and Gas347
6Facebook IncUSATechnology325
7Johnson & JohnsonUSAHealth Care298
8General Electric CoUSAIndustrials295
9Amazon.comUSAConsumer Services280
10Wells Fargo & CoUSAFinancials245
11AT&T IncUSATelecommunications241
12Nestle SASwitzerlandConsumer Goods239
13China Mobile LtdHong KongTelecommunications228
14ICBC LtdChinaFinancials228
15Procter & Gamble CoUSAConsumer Goods223
16Verizon Communications IncUSATelecommunications221
17JPMorgan Chase & CoUSAFinancials217
18Wal-Mart Stores IncUSAConsumer Services215
19Roche Holding AGSwitzerlandHealth Care214
20PetrochinaChinaOil and Gas205
21The Coca-Cola CoUSAConsumer Goods201
22Anheuser-Busch InBevBelgiumConsumer Goods200

Note: Market Capitalization on 31 March, 2016.

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