List of Corporations By Market Capitalization

List Of Corporations By Market Capitalization

The following is a list of publicly traded companies having the greatest market capitalization, as well as government-owned corporations by estimated market value. Market capitalization is calculated from the share price (as recorded on selected day) multiplied by the number of shares issued. Figures are converted into USD millions (using rate from selected day) to allow for comparison.

Some state-owned companies are far larger than even the largest public corporation. For example Saudi Aramco's value is estimated from $781 billion to $7 trillion USD, more than a dozen times the size of any companies on this list making it the world's most valuable company.

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... This Financial Times Non-Public 150 based list is up to date as of December, 2006 ... Saudi Aramco 781,000 2 Pemex 415,000 3 PetrĂ³leos de Venezuela 388,000 4 Kuwait Petroleum Corporation 378,000 5 Petronas 232,000 6 Sonatrach 224,000 7 National Iranian Oil Company 220,000 8 Japan Post (priv. 2007) 156,000 9 Pertamina 140,000 10 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation 120,000 ...

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