The Biggest Companies in France by Market Capitalization (March 24, 2023)
As of March 24, 2023, with its market capitalization of $447 billion, LVMH MOËT HENNESSY LOUIS VUITTON SE is the most valuable company in France, according to the CEOWORLD magazine. The list places L‘ORÉAL as the second most valuable company in France, towering at a $231 billion valuation, followed by HERMÈS INTERNATIONAL with a market cap of $205 billion, CHRISTIAN DIOR SE with a market cap of $154 billion, and TOTALENERGIES SE with a market cap of $142 billion.
Market cap (i.e., market capitalization) is an essential metric in ascertaining the comparative value of firms concerning trading opportunities. We have used the latest market cap data published by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the London Stock Exchange, or other most prominent global stock exchanges to rank the companies.
In the latest CEOWORLD magazine ranking of the companies, SANOFI ranks sixth with a market cap of $130 billion, and AIRBUS SE ranks seventh with a market cap of $102 billion. SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SE ranks eighth in the list, with a market cap of $90 billion; meanwhile, AIR LIQUIDE ranks ninth with a market cap of $86 ESSILORLUXOTTICA ranks tenth with a market cap of $78 billion.
Ranked: Biggest Companies in France by Market Capitalization (March 23, 2023)
- LVMH MOËT HENNESSY LOUIS VUITTON SE: $447 billion
- L’ORÉAL: $231 billion
- HERMÈS INTERNATIONAL: $205 billion
- CHRISTIAN DIOR SE: $156 billion
- TOTALENERGIES SE: $142 billion
- SANOFI: $130 billion
- AIRBUS SE: $102 billion
- SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SE: $90 billion
- AIR LIQUIDE: $86 billion
- ESSILORLUXOTTICA: $78 billion
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