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Netherlands’s Largest Companies by market capitalization, 2024

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As of March 10, 2024, ASML HOLDING is the most valuable company in the Netherlands, with a market cap of $397 billion. Following it are PROSUS ($72.14 billion) and UNIVERSAL MUSIC GROUP ($53.35 billion). The Netherlands’s top five most valuable companies include some of the world’s most renowned brands: HEINEKEN (No. 4, $53.46 billion) and ADYEN (No. 5, $50.36 billion). Overall, among the Netherlands’s top 10 largest companies by market capitalization, the sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth positions are held by ING GROEP, WOLTERS KLUWER, ASM INTERNATIONAL, COCA-COLA EUROPACIFIC PARTNERS, and DANUBE AG.

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

Netherlands's Largest Companies by market capitalization, 2024

1ASML HOLDING N.V. $397 billionChristophe Fouquet
2PROSUS N.V.$72.14 billionErvin Tu
3UNIVERSAL MUSIC GROUP N.V.$53.35 billionLucian Grainge
4HEINEKEN N.V.$53.46 billionDolf van den Brink
5ADYEN N.V.$50.36 billionPieter van der Does
6ING GROEP N.V.$48.74 billionSteven van Rijswijk
7WOLTERS KLUWER N.V.$38.38 billionNancy McKinstry
8ASM INTERNATIONAL N.V.$31.1 billionBenjamin Loh
9COCA-COLA EUROPACIFIC PARTNERS PLC$32.54 billionDamian Paul Gammell
10DANUBE AG$29.84 billionRizwan Sajan
11AHOLD DELHAIZE N.V.$29.19 billionFrans Muller
12EXOR N.V.$24.95 billionJohn Elkann
13HEINEKEN HOLDING N.V.$22.43 billionDolf van den Brink
14ARCELORMITTAL$21.41 billionAditya Mittal
15PHILIPS NV$18.98 billionRoy Jakobs
16BE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRIES N.V.$12.59 billionRichard W. Blickman
17ROYAL KPN N.V.$14.85 billionJoost Farwerck
18ABN AMRO BANK N.V.$14.01 billionRobert Swaak
19AKZO NOBEL N.V.$12.45 billionGregoire Poux-Guillaume
20NN GROUP N.V.$12.19 billionDavid Knibbe
21HAL TRUST$12.2 billionMelchert Frans Groot
22JDE PEET'S N.V.$11.14 billionFabien Simon
23IMCD N.V.$10 billionValerie Diele-Braun
24RANDSTAD N.V.$9.86 billionSander van't Noordende
25ASR NEDERLAND N.V.$9.76 billionJos Baeten
26APERAM S.A.$2.11 billionTimoteo Di Maulo
27BASIC-FIT N.V.$1.71 billionRené Moos
28TKH GROUP N.V.$1.64 billionAlexander van der Lof
29VAN LANSCHOT KEMPEN N.V$1.46 billionMaarten Edixhoven
30CORBION N.V.$1.3 billionOlivier Rigaud

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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