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These 10 US Companies Have The Largest Cash Stockpiles

In spite of wider economic and political uncertainty, American companies are sitting on piles of cash. The world’s most cash-rich company, Microsoft currently has the largest cash pile at $136.6 billion as of last quarter. Microsoft’s mountain of money is greater than the foreign cash reserves of Indonesia ($128 billion) or Poland ($126 billion).

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, Google parent company Alphabet, Apple, and Facebook occupy the other top spots, with $128.2 billion, $121.2 billion, $100.6 billion, and $52.3 billion, respectively. The top five hold a collective $538.9 billion.

Facebook, Amazon, Ford, Oracle, Cisco, and Bristol-Myers round out the rest of the top 10 list. These figures include the company’s cash balance as well as its short-term investments such as bonds.

The top 10 US companies with the most cash on hand

  1. Microsoft: $136.6 billion
  2. Berkshire Hathaway: $128.2 billion
  3. Alphabet: $121.2 billion
  4. Apple: $100.6 billion
  5. Facebook: $52.3 billion
  6. Amazon: $43.7 billion
  7. Ford: $37.3 billion
  8. Oracle: $35.7 billion
  9. Cisco: $33.4 billion
  10. Bristol-Myers: $32.5 billion

The top 10 US companies with the most cash on hand

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