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Italy’s Largest Companies by market capitalization, 2024

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As of March 10, 2024, STELLANTIS is the most valuable company in Italy, with a market cap of $107 billion. Following it are ENEL S.P.A ($68.15 billion) and INTESA SANPAOLO ($61.94 billion). Italy’s top five most valuable companies include some of the world’s most renowned brands: UNICREDIT (No. 4, $56.83 billion) and ENI S.P.A (No. 5, $51.41 billion).

Overall, among Italy’s top 10 largest companies by market capitalization, the sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth positions are held by GENERALI, TENARIS S.A., MUNDYS S.P.A., MONCLER S.P.A., and SNAM S.P.A.

Which one is the most valuable in Italy by market cap? This list comprises the biggest companies currently in Italy by market cap in 2024:

RANKCOMPANYMARKET CAPTIAL (USD DOLLAR)CEO
1STELLANTIS N.V. $107 billionCarlos Tavares
2ENEL S.P.A.$68.15 billionFlavio Cattaneo
3INTESA SANPAOLO S.P.A.$61.94 billionCarlo Messina
4UNICREDIT S.P.A.$56.83 billionAndrea Orcel
5ENI S.P.A$51.41 billionClaudio Descalzi
6GENERALI$37.51 billionPhilippe Donnet
7TENARIS S.A.$21.94 billionPaolo Rocca
8MUNDYS S.P.A.$20.21 billionAndrea Mangoni
9MONCLER S.P.A.$19.85 billionRemo Ruffini
10SNAM S.P.A.$16.62 billionStefano Venier
11TERNA S.P.A.$16.5 billionGiuseppina Di Foggia
12POSTE ITALIANE S.P.A.$16.31 billionMatteo Del Fante
13PRYSMIAN S.P.A.$13.98 billionValerio Battista
14LEONARDO S.P.A.$13.03 billionRoberto Cingolani
15DAVIDE CAMPARI-MILANO N.V.$12.54 billionRobert Kunze-Concewitz
16RECORDATI$11.89 billionRobert Koremans
17MEDIOBANCA S.P.A.$11.64 billionAlberto Nicola Nagel
18INWIT S.P.A.$10.78 billionGiovanni Ferigo
19NEXI S.P.A$9.48 billionPaolo Bertoluzzo
20BANCO BPM S.P.A.$9.07 billionGiuseppe Castagna
21FINECOBANK S.P.A.$8.86 billionAlessandro Foti
22EDISON S.P.A.$8.4 billionNicola Monti
23BRUNELLO CUCINELLI S.P.A.$8.39 billionRiccardo Stefanelli
24AMPLIFON S.P.A.$8.31 billionEnrico Vita
25UNIPOLSAI ASSICURAZIONI S.P.A.$8.27 billionCarlo Cimbri
26BANCA GENERALI S.P.A.$4.36 billionGian Maria Mossa
27SAIPEM S.P.A.$4.36 billionAlessandro Puliti
28ERG S.P.A.$4.09 billionLuca Bettonte
29BREMBO S.P.A.$4.01 billionDaniele Schillaci
30SOCIETÀ INIZIATIVE AUTOSTRADALI E SERVIZI S.P.A.$3.8 billionAlberto Rubegni

Market capitalization, commonly known as market cap, refers to the total market value of a company’s outstanding shares. It is calculated by multiplying the current stock price by the total number of shares outstanding. For example, if a company has 2.34 billion shares outstanding and its stock price is $66.66 per share, its market cap would be $156 billion (2,340,000,000 x $66.66). Investors often use the market cap as a quick estimate of a company’s overall value and as a factor in determining whether to buy a stock. Stocks are often categorized by market cap: mega-cap ($100 billion-plus), large-cap ($10 billion-$100 billion), mid-cap ($2 billion-$10 billion), small-cap ($300 million-$2 billion), and micro-cap (less than $300 million).


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