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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 has been estimated at $10 trillion, which is twenty times the size of Apple, the largest public company at the end of the fourth quarter of 2012. [1][2][3]

Publicly traded companies Edit

All market capitalization figures are in USD millions.

2013 Edit

This Financial Times Global 500–based list is up to date as of March 28, 2013. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[4]
1 23x15px Apple Inc
11px415,683.3
2 23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px403,733.1
3 23x15px Berkshire Hathaway
11px256,801.8
4 23x15px PetroChina
11px254,618.7
5 23x15px Wal-Mart
11px246,373.3
6 23x15px General Electric
11px239,775.6
7 23x15px Microsoft
11px239,602.3
8 23x15px IBM
11px237,724.7
9 20x16px Nestlé
11px233,792.1
10 23x15px Chevron Corporation
11px230,831.2

2012 Edit

This Financial Times Global 500–based list is up to date as of December 31, 2012. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[5] Second quarter[6] Third quarter[7] Fourth quarter[8]
1 23x15px Apple Inc.
11px559,002.1
23x15px Apple Inc.
11px546,076.1
23x15px Apple Inc.
11px625,348.1
23x15px Apple Inc.
11px500,610.7
2 23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px408,777.4
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px400,139.1
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px422,127.5
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px394,610.9
3 23x15px PetroChina
11px278,968.4
23x15px PetroChina
11px257,685.8
23x15px PetroChina
11px253,853.3
23x15px PetroChina
11px264,833.4
4 23x15px Microsoft
11px270,644.1
23x15px Microsoft
11px256,982.4
23x15px Microsoft
11px249,489.8
23x15px
23x15px
BHP Billiton
11px247,409.0
5 23x15px IBM
11px241,754.6
23x15px Wal-Mart
11px235,900.3
23x15px Wal-Mart
11px248,074.4
23x15px ICBC
11px236,457.9
6 23x15px ICBC
11px236,335.4
23x15px IBM
11px225,598.5
23x15px General Electric
11px239,791.2
23x15px China Mobile
11px234,040.2
7 23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px222,425.1
23x15px General Electric
11px220,806.3
23x15px IBM
11px237,068.4
23x15px Wal-Mart
11px228,245.4
8 23x15px China Mobile
11px220,978.9
23x15px China Mobile
11px219,481.3
23x15px Chevron Corporation
11px228,707.1
23x15px Samsung Electronics
11px227,581.8
9 23x15px General Electric
11px212,317.7
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px217,048.2
23x15px China Mobile
11px222,817.8
23x15px Microsoft
11px224,801.0
10 23x15px Chevron Corporation
11px211,950.6
23x15px ICBC
11px211,196.0
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px222,669.6
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px222,669.6

2011 Edit

This Financial Times Global 500–based list is up to date as of December 31, 2011. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[9] Second quarter[10] Third quarter[11] Fourth quarter[12]
1 23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px417,166.7
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px400,884.5
23x15px Apple Inc.
11px353,518.1
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px406,272.1
2 23x15px PetroChina
11px326,199.2
23x15px Apple Inc.
11px310,412.3
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px353,135.2
23x15px Apple Inc.
11px376,410.6
3 23x15px Apple Inc.
11px321,072.1
23x15px PetroChina
11px303,649.9
23x15px PetroChina
11px276,473.9
23x15px PetroChina
11px276,844.9
4 23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px251,078.1
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px246,850.5
23x15px IBM
11px208,843.5
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px236,677.0
5 23x15px Petrobras
11px247,417.6
23x15px
23x15px
BHP Billiton
11px233,626.5
23x15px Microsoft
11px208,534.9
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px228,168.1
6 23x15px
23x15px
BHP Billiton
11px247,079.5
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px225,122.8
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px206,021.4
23x15px Microsoft
11px218,380.1
7 23x15px China Construction Bank
11px232,608.6
23x15px Microsoft
11px219,251.9
23x15px China Mobile
11px198,778.7
23x15px IBM
11px216,724.4
8 23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px226,128.7
20x16px Nestlé
11px215,017.5
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px197,061.1
23x15px Chevron Corporation
11px211,893.9
9 23x15px Chevron Corporation
11px215,780.6
23x15px Petrobras
11px210,111.4
20x16px Nestlé
11px191,115.6
23x15px Wal-mart
11px204,659.8
10 23x15px Microsoft
11px213,336.4
23x15px IBM
11px207,781.4
23x15px Chevron Corporation
11px185,456.1
23x15px China Mobile
11px196,148.4

2010 Edit

This Financial Times Global 500–based list is up to date as of December 31, 2010. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter[13] Second quarter[14] Third quarter[15] Fourth quarter[16]
1 23x15px PetroChina
11px329,259.7
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px291,789.1
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px314,622.5
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px368,711.5
2 23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px316,230.8
23x15px PetroChina
11px268,504.8
23x15px PetroChina
11px270,889.9
23x15px PetroChina
11px303,273.6
3 23x15px Microsoft
11px256,864.7
23x15px Apple Inc.
11px228,876.8
23x15px Apple Inc.
11px259,223.4
23x15px Apple Inc.
11px295,886.3
4 23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px246,419.8
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px211,258.7
23x15px Petrobras
11px220,616.5
23x15px
23x15px
BHP Billiton
11px243,540.3
5 23x15px Apple Inc.
11px213,096.7
23x15px Microsoft
11px201,655.8
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px213,364.1
23x15px Microsoft
11px238,784.5
6 23x15px
23x15px
BHP Billiton
11px209,935.1
23x15px China Mobile
11px201,471.2
23x15px Microsoft
11px210,676.4
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px233,369.1
7 23x15px Wal-mart
11px209,000.7
23x15px Berkshire Hathaway
11px197,356.8
23x15px China Mobile
11px205,339.6
23x15px Petrobras
11px229,066.6
8 23x15px Berkshire Hathaway
11px200,620.5
23x15px China Construction Bank
11px189,170.7
23x15px Berkshire Hathaway
11px204,792.0
23x15px China Construction Bank
11px222,245.1
9 23x15px General Electric
11px194,246.2
23x15px Wal-Mart
11px178,322.7
23x15px China Construction Bank
11px202,998.4
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px208,593.7
10 23x15px China Mobile
11px192,998.6
23x15px Procter & Gamble
172,736.5
23x15px
23x15px
BHP Billiton
11px196,866.0
20x16px Nestlé
11px203,534.3

2009 Edit

This Financial Times Global 500–based list is up to date as of December 31, 2009. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter [17] Second quarter [18] Third quarter [19] Fourth quarter [20]
1 23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px336,525
23x15px PetroChina
11px366,662.9
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px329,725
23x15px PetroChina
11px353,140.1
2 23x15px PetroChina
11px287,185
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px341,140.3
23x15px PetroChina
11px325,097.5
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px323,717.1
3 23x15px Wal-Mart
11px204,365
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px257,004.4
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px237,951.5
23x15px Microsoft
11px270,635.4
4 23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px187,885
23x15px Microsoft
11px211,546.2
23x15px Microsoft
11px229,630.7
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px268,956.2
5 23x15px China Mobile
11px174,673
23x15px China Mobile
11px200,832.4
23x15px HSBC
11px198,561.1
23x15px Wal-Mart
11px203,653.6
6 23x15px Microsoft
11px163,320
23x15px Wal-Mart
11px188,752.0
23x15px China Mobile
11px195,680.4
23x15px China Construction Bank
11px201,436.1
7 23x15px AT&T
11px148,511
23x15px China Construction Bank
11px182,186.7
23x15px Wal-Mart
11px189,331.6
23x15px
23x15px
BHP Billiton
11px201,248
8 23x15px Johnson & Johnson
11px145,481
23x15px Petrobras
11px165,056.9
23x15px Petrobras
11px189,027.7
23x15px HSBC
11px199,254.9
9 23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px138,999
23x15px Johnson & Johnson
11px156,515.9
23x15px China Construction Bank
11px186,816.7
23x15px Petrobras
11px199,107.9
10 23x15px Procter & Gamble
11px138,013
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px156,386.7
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px175,986.1
23x15px Apple Inc.
11px189,801.7

2008 Edit

This Financial Times Global 500–based list is up to date as of December 31, 2008. Indicated changes in market value are relative to the previous quarter.

Rank First quarter [21] Second quarter [22] Third quarter [23] Fourth quarter [24]
1 23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px452,505
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px465,652
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px403,366
23x15px Exxon Mobil
11px406,067
2 23x15px PetroChina
11px423,996
23x15px PetroChina
11px341,140.3
23x15px PetroChina
11px325,097.5
23x15px PetroChina
11px259,836
3 23x15px General Electric
11px369,569
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px257,004.4
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px237,951.5
23x15px Wal-Mart
11px219,898
4 23x15px Gazprom
11px299,764
23x15px Microsoft
11px211,546.2
23x15px Microsoft
11px229,630.7
23x15px China Mobile
11px201,291
5 23x15px China Mobile
11px298,093
23x15px China Mobile
11px200,832.4
23x15px HSBC
11px198,561.1
23x15px Procter & Gamble
11px184,576
6 23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px277,236
23x15px Wal-Mart
11px188,752.0
23x15px China Mobile
11px195,680.4
23x15px Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
11px173,930
7 23x15px Microsoft
11px264,132
23x15px China Construction Bank
11px182,186.7
23x15px Wal-Mart
11px189,331.6
23x15px Microsoft
11px172,929
8 23x15px AT&T
11px231,168
23x15px Petrobras
11px165,056.9
23x15px Petrobras
11px189,027.7
23x15px AT&T
11px167,950
9 23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px220,110
23x15px Johnson & Johnson
11px156,515.9
23x15px China Construction Bank
11px186,816.7
23x15px Johnson & Johnson
11px166,002
10 23x15px Procter & Gamble
11px215,640
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px156,386.7
23x15px
23x15px
Royal Dutch Shell
11px175,986.1
23x15px General Electric
11px161,278

2007 Edit

Fourth quarter Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of December 31, 2007.[25]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
11px1 Petrochina China Oil and gas 11px723,952
11px2 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 11px511,887
11px3 General Electric United States Conglomerate 11px374,637
11px4 China Mobile Hong Kong Telecommunications 11px354,120
11px5 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China China Banking 11px338,989
11px6 Microsoft United States Software industry 11px333,054
11px7 Gazprom Russia Oil and gas 11px329,591
11px8 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 11px269,544
11px9 AT&T United States Telecommunications 11px252,051
11px10 Sinopec China Oil and gas 11px249,645

Third quarter Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of September 28, 2007.[26]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
11px1 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 11px513,362
11px2 General Electric United States Conglomerate 11px424,191
11px3 China Mobile Hong Kong Telecommunications 11px327,937
11px4 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China China Banking 11px279,269
11px5 Microsoft United States Software industry 11px276,202
11px6 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 11px264,397
11px7 Gazprom Russia Oil and gas 11px260,249
11px8 AT&T United States Telecommunications 11px258,047
11px9 Citigroup United States Banking 11px232,162
11px10 Bank of America United States Banking 11px223,066

Second quarter Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of June 29, 2007.[27]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
11px1 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 11px472,519
11px2 General Electric United States Conglomerate 11px393,831
11px3 Microsoft United States Software industry 11px281,934
11px4 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 11px266,141
11px5 AT&T United States Telecommunications 11px255,871
11px6 Citigroup United States Banking 11px253,703
11px7 Gazprom Russia Oil and gas 11px245,757
11px8 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas 11px231,495
11px9 Toyota Motor Corporation Japan Automotive 11px228,009
11px10 Bank of America United States Banking 11px216,963

First quarter Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 30 March 2007.[28]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
11px1 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 11px429,567
11px2 General Electric United States Conglomerate 11px363,611
11px3 Microsoft United States Software industry 11px272,912
11px4 Citigroup United States Banking 11px252,857
11px5 AT&T United States Telecommunications 11px246,206
11px6 Gazprom Russia Oil and gas 11px245,911
11px7 Toyota Motor Corporation Japan Automotive 11px230,832
11px8 Bank of America United States Banking 11px228,177
11px9 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China China Banking 11px224,788
11px10 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 11px214,018

2006 Edit

Fourth quarter Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of December 2006.[29]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
11px1 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 11px446,943
11px2 General Electric United States Conglomerate 11px383,564
11px3 Microsoft United States Software industry 11px293,537
11px4 Citigroup United States Banking 11px273,691
11px5 Gazprom Russia Oil and gas 11px271,482
11px6 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China China Banking 11px254,592
11px7 Toyota Motor Corporation Japan Automotive 11px241,161
11px8 Bank of America United States Banking 11px239,758
11px9 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 11px225,781
11px10 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas 11px218,643

Third quarter Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 30 September 2006.[30]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
11px1 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 11px398,906
11px2 General Electric United States Conglomerate 11px364,414
11px3 Microsoft United States Software industry 11px272,679.0
11px4 Gazprom Russia Oil and gas 11px254,634.3
11px5 Citigroup United States Banking 11px246,727
11px6 Bank of America United States Banking 11px242,451
11px7 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 11px216,368
11px8 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas 11px215,623
11px9 HSBC United Kingdom Banking 11px209,774
11px10 Pfizer United States Health care 11px206,785

Second quarter Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 30 June 2006.[31]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
11px1 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 11px371,187
11px2 General Electric United States Conglomerate 11px342,731
11px3 Gazprom Russia Oil and gas 11px246,341
11px4 Citigroup United States Banking 11px239,862
11px5 Microsoft United States Software industry 11px237,688
11px6 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas 11px233,151
11px7 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 11px224,925
11px8 Bank of America United States Banking 11px219,504
11px9 HSBC United Kingdom Banking 11px201,854
11px10 Wal-Mart United States Retail 11px200,762

First quarter Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of March 2006.[32]

Rank Name Headquarters Industry Market value (USD million)
11px1 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 11px371,631
11px2 General Electric United States Conglomerate 11px362,527
11px3 Microsoft United States Software industry 11px281,171
11px4 Citigroup United States Banking 11px238,935
11px5 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas 11px233,260
11px6 Bank of America United States Banking 11px211,706
11px7 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 11px211,280
11px8 Wal-Mart United States Retail 11px196,860
11px9 Toyota Motor Corporation Japan Automotive 11px196,731
11px10 Gazprom Russia Oil and gas 11px196,339

2005 Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 31 March 2005.[33]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate 382,233
2 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 380,567
3 Microsoft United States Software industry 262,975
4 Citigroup United States Banking 234,437
5 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas 221,365
6 Wal-Mart United States Retail 212,209
7 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 210,630
8 Johnson & Johnson United States Health care 199,711
9 Pfizer United States Health care 195,945
10 Bank of America United States Banking 178,765

2004 Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 31 March 2004.[34]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate 299,336
2 Microsoft United States Software industry 271,911
3 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 263,940
4 Pfizer United States Health care 261,616
5 Citigroup United States Banking 259,191
6 Wal-Mart United States Retail 258,888
7 American International Group United States Insurance 183,696
8 Intel Corporation United States Computer hardware 179,996
9 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas 174,648
10 HSBC United Kingdom Banking 163,574

2003 Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 31 March 2003.[35]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 Microsoft United States Software industry 264,003
2 General Electric United States Conglomerate 259,647
3 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 241,037
4 Wal-Mart United States Retail 234,399
5 Pfizer United States Health care 195,948
6 Citigroup United States Banking 183,887
7 Johnson & Johnson United States Health care 170,417
8 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 149,034
9 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas 144,381
10 IBM United States Computer software, Computer hardware 139,272

2002 Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 31 March 2002.[36]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate 372,089
2 Microsoft United States Software industry 326,639
3 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 299,820
4 Wal-Mart United States Retail 273,220
5 Citigroup United States Banking 255,299
6 Pfizer United States Health care 249,021
7 Intel Corporation United States Computer hardware 203,838
8 BP United Kingdom Oil and gas 200,794
9 Johnson & Johnson United States Health care 197,912
10 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 189,913

2001 Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 31 March 2001.[37]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate 477,406
2 Cisco Systems United States Networking hardware 304,699
3 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 286,367
4 Pfizer United States Health care 263,996
5 Microsoft United States Software industry 258,436
6 Wal-Mart United States Retail 250,955
7 Citigroup United States Banking 250,143
8 Vodafone United Kingdom Telecommunications 227,175
9 Intel Corporation United States Computer hardware 227,048
10 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 206,340

2000 Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 31 March 2000.[38]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 Microsoft United States Software industry 586,197
2 General Electric United States Conglomerate 474,956
3 NTT DoCoMo Japan Telecommunications 366,204
4 Cisco Systems United States Networking hardware 348,965
5 Wal-Mart United States Retail 286,153
6 Intel Corporation United States Computer hardware 277,096
7 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Japan Telecommunications 274,905
8 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 265,894
9 Lucent Technologies United States Telecommunications 237,668
10 Deutsche Telekom Germany Telecommunications 209,628

1999 Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 30 September 1998.[39]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 Microsoft United States Software industry 271,854
2 General Electric United States Conglomerate 258,871
3 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 172,213
4 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 164,157
5 Merck United States Health care 154,753
6 Pfizer United States Health care 148,074
7 Intel Corporation United States Computer hardware 144,060
8 The Coca-Cola Company United States Beverage 142,164
9 Wal-Mart United States Retail 123,062
10 IBM United States Software industry, Computer hardware 121,184

1998 Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 30 September 1997.[40]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate 222,748
2 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 191,002
3 Microsoft United States Software industry 159,660
4 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 157,970
5 The Coca-Cola Company United States Beverage 151,288
6 Intel Corporation United States Computer hardware 150,838
7 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Japan Telecommunications 146,139
8 Merck United States Health care 120,757
9 Toyota Motor Corporation Japan Automotive 116,585
10 Novartis Switzerland Health care 104,468

1997 Edit

This Financial Times–based list is up to date as of 30 September 1996.[41]

Rank Name Headquarters Primary industry Market value (USD million)
1 General Electric United States Conglomerate 136,515
2 Royal Dutch Shell The Netherlands Oil and gas 128,206
3 The Coca-Cola Company United States Beverage 117,258
4 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Japan Telecommunications 113,609
5 Exxon Mobil United States Oil and gas 102,161

Record market capitalizations Edit

On 5 November 2007 A shares of Petrochina in first day of trading after its IPO on Shanghai Stock Exchange skyrocketed from the IPO price of 16.7 RMB to 43.96 RMB by the close (opening price was even 48.6 RMB). That gives a market capitalization of about $1 trillion.[42] Only 4 billion of A shares were floated during the IPO, another 158 billion of A shares were still held by China National Petroleum Corporation. 21 billion of H Shares were already floated on Hong Kong Stock Exchange.[43] However market capitalization based on H-shares never reached $500 billion.[44]

On August 22, 2012 Apple Inc. closed at a record high share price of $668.87.[45] With 936,596,000 outstanding shares (as of June 30, 2012),[46] it had a market capitalization of $627.00 billion. The prior record has been held by Microsoft since December 30, 1999 when it reached an intraday high share price of $119.94.[47] With 5,160,024,593 outstanding shares (as of November 30, 1999),[48] it had a market capitalization of $618.9 billion. Adjusting for inflation to 2012, Microsoft's market capitalization would be even $846 billion.[44]

State-owned companies Edit

This Financial Times Non-Public 150 based list is up to date as of December, 2006.

Rank 2006 [49]
1 23x15px Saudi Aramco
781,000
2 23x15px Pemex
415,000
3 23x15px Petróleos de Venezuela
388,000
4 23x15px Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
378,000
5 23x15px Petronas
232,000
6 23x15px Sonatrach
224,000
7 23x15px National Iranian Oil Company
220,000
8 23x15px Japan Post (priv. 2007)
156,000
9 23x15px Pertamina
140,000
10 23x15px Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
120,000

See also Edit

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