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Sweden’s Largest Companies by market capitalization, 2024

As of March 10, 2024, ATLAS COPCO is the most valuable company in Sweden, with a market cap of $83.7 billion. Following it are INVESTOR AB ($78.56 billion) and AB VOLVO ($59.52 billion). Sweden’s top five most valuable companies include some of the world’s most renowned brands: NORDEA BANK (No. 4, $43.96 billion) and EQT AB (No. 5, $38.54 billion). Overall, among Sweden’s top 10 largest companies by market capitalization, the sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth positions are held by ASSA ABLOY, HEXAGON, ENSKILDA BANKEN, SANDVIK AB, and EVOLUTION AB.

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

Sweden's Largest Companies by market capitalization, 2024

RANKCOMPANYMARKET CAPTIAL (USD DOLLAR)CEO
1ATLAS COPCO AB $83.7 billionMats Rahmström
2INVESTOR AB$78.56 billionChristian Cederholm
3AB VOLVO$59.52 billionMartin Lundstedt
4NORDEA BANK ABP$43.96 billionFrank Vang-Jensen
5EQT AB$38.54 billionChristian Sinding
6ASSA ABLOY AB$32.92 billionNico Delvaux
7HEXAGON AB$32.58 billionPaolo Guglielmini
8ENSKILDA BANKEN$31.54 billionJohan Torgeby
9SANDVIK AB$29.11 billionStefan Widing
10EVOLUTION AB$27.2 billionMartin Carlesund
11SWEDBANK AB$25.46 billionJens Henriksson
12SVENSKA HANDELSBANKEN AB$23.95 billionMichael Green
13EPIROC AB$22.55 billionHelena Hedblom
14HENNES & MAURITZ AB$22.16 billionDaniel Ervér
15ERICSSON$18.59 billionBörje Ekholm
16ESSITY AB$17.1 billionMagnus Groth
17SWEDISH MATCH$16.91 billionLars Dahlgren
18INVESTMENT AB LATOUR$16.75 billionJohan Hjertonsson
19ALFA LAVAL AB$16.35 billionTom Erixon
20AB INDUSTRIVÄRDEN$15.25 billionHelena Stjernholm
21L E LUNDBERGFÖRETAGEN AB$13.77 billionJohan Ladenberg
22LIFCO AB$12.39 billionPer Waldemarson
23ICA GRUPPEN$11.82 billionNina Jönsson
24NIBE INDUSTRIER AB$11.61 billionGerteric Lindquist
25AKELIUS RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY AB$10.86 billionRalf Spann
26HOLMEN AB$6.49 billionHenrik Sjolund
27AXFOOD AB$6.21 billionKlas Balkow
28ADDTECH AB$6.18 billionNiklas Stenberg
29SECURITAS AB$6.13 billionMagnus Ahlqvist
30TELE2 AB$5.87 billionKjell-Morten Johnsen

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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Christina Miller
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