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Revealed: Largest stock exchanges in the world by market capitalization, 2024

New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is the largest stock exchange globally, boasting an equity market capitalization exceeding US$28.42 trillion as of March 2024. Following closely behind are the tech-heavy NASDAQ, at US$25.43 trillion, Euronext, at US$7.22 trillion, and the Japan Exchange Group, at US$6.66 trillion.

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Nasdaq, the top two exchanges in the world, together account for 42.4% of global market capitalization. Since 2016, the NYSE has grown by 35.1%, while the Nasdaq has seen a staggering 189.3% increase in market cap. The Shanghai Stock Exchange holds the fifth position globally with a market cap of $6.55 trillion, and the National Stock Exchange of India ranks sixth with a market cap of $4.65 trillion.

A stock exchange serves as a marketplace where stockbrokers, traders, buyers, and sellers can actively trade equity products. The largest exchanges boast thousands of listed companies. These companies offer shares of their business, providing the general public with the opportunity to invest. The Frankfurt Stock Exchange stands as the oldest stock exchange globally, established in the late sixteenth century.

Market capitalization: Market capitalization, commonly known as “market cap,” is a definitive measure of the total market value of a company’s outstanding shares on the stock market. It serves as a robust indicator of a company’s relative size and value, encompassing critical factors such as risk and market perception. Based on their market capitalization, companies are distinctly classified as large-cap (>10 billion), mid-cap (2 to 10 billion), and small-cap (300 million to 2 billion).

Largest stock exchanges in the world by market capitalization, 2024

RankNameHeadquarterCountryMarket Capitalization (U.S. dollars)
1New York Stock Exchange - NYSENew York CityUnited States28.42 trillion
2NASDAQNew York CityUnited States25.43 trillion
3EuronextParisEurope7.22 trillion
4Japan Exchange GroupTokyoJapan6.66 trillion
5Shanghai Stock ExchangeShanghaiChina6.55 trillion
6National Stock Exchange of India (NSE)MumbaiIndia4.65 trillion
7Shenzhen Stock ExchangeShenzhenChina4.10 trillion
8Hong Kong ExchangesHong KongHong Kong3.87 trillion
9London Stock Exchange GroupLondonUK3.42 trillion
10TMX GroupTorontoCanada3.21 trillion
11Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul)RiyadhSaudi Arabia2.93 trillion
12Deutsche Boerse AG FrankfurtGermany2.30 trillion
13Nasdaq Nordic and BalticsStockholmSweden2.04 trillion
14Taiwan Stock ExchangeTaipeiTaiwan2.02 trillion
15Korea ExchangeBusanSouth Korea1.98 trillion
16SIX Swiss ExchangeZürichSwitzerland1.95 trillion
17Tehran Stock ExchangeTehranIran1.77 trillion
18Australian Securities Exchange Ltd (ASX)SydneyAustralia1.68 trillion
19B3 - Brasil Bolsa BalcãoSão PauloBrazil965.45 billion
20Johannesburg Stock ExchangeJohannesburgSouth Africa955.79 billion
21Abu Dhabi Securities ExchangeAbu DhabiUnited Arab Emirates796.96 billion
22BME Spanish ExchangesMadridSpain741.64 billion
23Singapore ExchangeSingaporeSingapore575.63 billion
24Bolsa Mexicana de ValoresMexico CityMexico549.39 billion
25Stock Exchange of ThailandBangkokThailand479.05 billion
26Bursa MalaysiaKuala LumpurMalaysia390.07 billion
27Borsa IstanbulIstanbulTurkey385.23 billion
28Iran Fara Bourse Securities ExchangeTehranIran347.01 billion
29Tel-Aviv Stock ExchangeTel AvivIsrael281.92 billion
30Philippine Stock ExchangeTaguigPhilippines246.1 billion
31Warsaw Stock ExchangeWarsawPoland216.15 billion
32Hochiminh Stock ExchangeHo Chi Minh CityVietnam210.62 billion
33Taipei ExchangeTaipeiTaiwan189.49 billion
34Dubai Financial MarketDubaiUnited Arab Emirates188.78 billion
35Bolsa de Comercio de SantiagoSantiagoChile171.47 billion
36Boursa KuwaitKuwait CityKuwait140.42 billion
37Vienna Stock ExchangeWienAustria134.04 billion
38Bolsa Electronica de ChileSantiagoChile94.81 billion
39NZX LimitedAucklandNew Zealand92.43 billion
40Athens Stock ExchangeAthensGreece89.09 billion
41Bolsa de Valores de LimaLimaPeru86.17 billion
42Bolsa de Valores de ColombiaBogotaColombia82.62 billion
43Kazakhstan Stock ExchangeAlmatyKazakhstan69.08 billion
44Bourse de CasablancaCasablancaMorocco66.51 billion
45Luxembourg Stock ExchangeLuxembourgLuxembourg51.66 billion
46Bucharest Stock ExchangeBucharestRomania50.79 billion
47National Equities Exchange and QuotationsBeijingChina40.96 billion
48Budapest Stock ExchangeBudapestHungary39.11 billion
49Egyptian ExchangeCairoEgypt38.17 billion
50Pakistan Stock ExchangeKarachiPakistan34.04 billion
51Prague Stock ExchangePragueCzech Republic31.58 billion
52Zagreb Stock ExchangeZagrebCroatia26.98 billion
53Amman Stock ExchangeAmmanJordan23.82 billion
54Bolsa Latinoamericana de Valores (Latinex)Panama CityPanama20.44 billion
55Colombo Stock ExchangeColomboSri Lanka13.69 billion
56Ljubljana Stock ExchangeLjubljanaSlovenia11.51 billion
57Nairobi Securities ExchangeWestlandsNairobi11.01 billion
58Cyprus Stock ExchangeNicosiaCyprus10.11 billion
59Stock Exchange of MauritiusPort LouisMauritius8.4 billion
60Bulgarian Stock ExchangeSofiaBulgaria8.07 billion
61Tunis Stock ExchangeTunisTunisia8 billion
62Ghana Stock ExchangeAccraGhana5.88 billion
63Malta Stock ExchangeVallettaMalta4.82 billion
64Lusaka Securities ExchangeLusakaZambia3.64 billion
65Botswana Stock ExchangeGaboroneBotswana3.56 billion
66Rwanda Stock ExchangeKigaliRwanda2.89 billion
67Bolsa Nacional de ValoresSan JoseCosta Rica2.58 billion
68Namibian Stock ExchangeWindhoekNamibia2.48 billion
69Baku Stock ExchangeBakuAzerbaijan1.58 billion

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