- 12 Tech companies are among the 100 largest market capitalizations in 2017. Their cumulative valuations represent $ 3,582 billion.
The sector finance comes in second place, with 21 companies, and a cumulative valuation of $ 3,532 billion.
For the 6th consecutive year, Apple is the best valued company on the stairs. Its capitalization is $ 754 billion.
Tech is the most represented sector among the 100 largest market capitalizations in the world, according to a recent PWC study. The 12 companies in the sector have a cumulative valuation of $ 3,582 billion this year. The finance sector comes in second place, with a total of 3,532 billion dollars in cumulative valuation, for 21 companies listed. Finally, the 17 best-valued consumer goods companies represent $ 2,660 billion in cumulative valuation.
For the 6th year in a row, Apple tops the market for the best valued companies, with a capitalization of $ 754 billion. The gap between the firm at the apple, and Alphabet, the second market capitalization, has more than doubled in the space of a year. It is $ 175 billion. Finally, in third place is Microsoft, valued at $ 509 billion. Note, Amazon, in 4th place with a valuation of $ 423 billion, is classified in the category of consumer services by the consulting firm.
- 1/100: Apple, valued at 754 billion dollars (8 times more than in 2009).
- 2nd: Alphabet, valued at 579 billion dollars (5 times more than in 2009).
- 3rd: Microsoft, valued at 509 billion dollars (3 times more than in 2009).
- 6th: Facebook, valued at $ 411 billion (no comparison with 2009).
- 11th: Tencent, valued at 272 billion dollars (20 times more than in 2009).
- 32nd: Oracle, valued at 184 billion dollars (2 times more than in 2009).
- 40th: Intel, valued at 171 billion dollars (2 times more than in 2009).
- 41st: Cisco, valued at 169 billion dollars (72% more than in 2009).
- 43rd: IBM, valued at 164 billion dollars (26% more than in 2009).
- 45th: TSMC, valued at 161 billion dollars (4 times more than in 2009).
- 56th: Sap, valued at 121 billion dollars (2.8 times more than in 2009).
- 98th: Broadcom, valued at 88 billion dollars (29 times more than in 2009).