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Ranking of the world's largest companies: Seven years of Apple Palm's domination over, a new leader

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The overall market capitalization of the world's 100 largest companies reached a record value of $ 21% in 2019, up 5% year over year. At the same time, it is a slowdown compared to the previous 10% growth.

US companies are dominated

Most of the hundred companies come from the USA. They have a total of 54, which accounts for 63 percent of the total market capitalization. On the other hand, the ranking of European and Chinese companies has dropped by five and five percent respectively. For the first time, a Saudi Arabia company came up in the rankings, and India, which is now two of the 100 largest companies, has also returned.

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"The dominance of the United States is mainly due to the growing strength of the top four ranked players, who are increasing their lead annually in the remaining rankings." Experts in the advisory department of PwC CR Anton Kokol í K said. "This is mainly due to their ability to bring in and bring new services and products to consumers. Due to the tradition of the stock market and the size of the US economy, US companies have long dominated the rankings. Koukolík added.

The world's largest companies:


Healthcare up, finance down

Technology companies accounted for 27% of the total market capitalization of the rankings. Large health and telecommunications companies have shown significant growth on a yearly basis (15 percent). On the other hand, companies' ratings in the financial sector have dropped by three percent.

Jeff Bezos

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The biggest praise in the last ten years was Amazon's, which is now worth 84 843 billion more in the eyes of stock investors. Compared to Netflix related wins, it managed to raise 6081 percent. The rankings have changed in about ten years, with 53 companies remaining.

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