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Global Top 100 Companies by market capitalisation PwC

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Total top 100 companies by market capitalisation as at 31 March Global Top 100 ... Norway and Colombia have dropped out of the Top 100. Source: Bloomberg and PwC ...



Section 1 3
Highlights and trends
Section 2 10
Year on year comparison 2015 vs 2014
Section 3 20
Value distributed to shareholders in calendar year 2014
Section 4 24
Post financial crisis comparison 2015 vs 2009
Highlights and trends
Global Top 100
PwC Slide 3
Introduction
In this brief report we have ranked the global top 100 Total market cap of top 100 companies as at 31 March
companies by market capitalisation 18 000bn 16 245
Market Cap
The results are a definite eye opener and we have been 12 000bn
able to identify some interesting trends and 9 000bn
developments on an individual company level a 6 000bn
country level and by sector 3 000bn
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Key highlights
40 Spread of companies by market cap 2015 vs 2009
Apple is 1 Having increased its market cap
No of companies
30 Number of Top 100
almost 8 times since 2009 its has jumped from companies in 2015
rank 33 to pole position 20
Number of Top 100
companies in 2009
Technology 177 Consumer Services 10
163 and Healthcare 159 are the leading
sectors to have grown market cap in the Top 100 0
50bn 50bn 75bn 100bn 150bn 200bn 250bn 300bn
driven by innovation extending global reach and 75bn 100bn 150bn 200bn 250bn 300bn
recovery from the financial crisis
Market Caps of top and bottom companies
The US is king there are 53 companies from the 800bn 725
Market Cap
US in the top 100 up from 47 last year and 42 in Apple
2009 Europe and China have remained stable 337
overall France Japan and Brazil have not kept 400bn Exxon Mobil
pace and have slipped down the rankings 200bn 85bn
A total of 689bn has been distributed to bn
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
shareholders in 2014 by the current Top 100
Number 1 Number 100
Global Top 100
PwC Source Bloomberg and PwC analysis Slide 4
The ranking methodology
Methodology
The Global Top 100 list ranks companies by their market capitalisation in US as at 31 March 2015 and
compares this with the Top 100 list as at 31 March 2014 and 2009
Data source is Bloomberg with PwC analysis
Industry classification based on ICB
ETFs and closed end funds are excluded from the analysis
In order to meet market perception we allocated dual listed companies as follows BHP Billiton AUS Rio Tinto
UK Royal Dutch Shell UK and Unilever NL
The ranking does not compensate for changes in currency exchange rates
The distribution of value is based on dividend payments and share repurchases in 2014
Global Top 100
PwC Slide 5
Total top 100 companies by market capitalisation
as at 31 March
16 000bn 15 020bn
14 000bn 12 974bn 12 917bn
Market Cap
10 000bn 8 402bn
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Market Caps of top and bottom in the top 100 companies
Market Cap
500bn 417 Apple 416
400bn 337 329 Apple
Exxon Mobil Apple
300bn Exxon Mobil
PetroChina
61 69 64 70 81 85
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Number 1 Number 100
Global Top 100
PwC Source Bloomberg and PwC analysis Slide 6
Top 100 companies per country of domicile
trends 2009 2015 1 3
United States 47
China HK 8
United Kingdom 8
France 5 2014
Australia 4
10 20 30 40 50 60
Number of companies in the Top 100
Global Top 100
PwC Source Bloomberg and PwC analysis Slide 7
Top 100 companies per country of domicile
trends 2009 2015 2 3
Switzerland 3
Netherland 1
Taiwan 1 2014
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Number of companies in the Top 100
Global Top 100
PwC Source Bloomberg and PwC analysis Slide 8
Top 100 companies per country of domicile
trends 2009 2015 3 3
Ireland 1 2014
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Number of companies in the Top 100
Global Top 100
PwC Source Bloomberg and PwC analysis Slide 9
Year on year comparison
2015 vs 2014
Global Top 100
PwC Slide 10
The movements
Key highlights
85 companies from 2014 survived to be in the list at 31 March 2015
1 company entered the Global Top 100 by IPO Alibaba 22
The U S Apple Actavis and China PetroChina China Life Insurance Company Bank of
China are the top risers since 31 March 2014
The market cap of the most valuable company at 31 March 2015 Apple has increased by 54
to 725bn The US has the highest combined market capitalisation of national Global Top 100
companies 9 3trn a 12 increase since 31 March 2014
In 2015 there are 53 US companies in the Global Top 100 against 47 in 2014 China has taken
the second position over the UK which lies now third in terms of market cap Russia Saudi
Arabia Italy Norway and Colombia have dropped out of the Top 100
Global Top 100
PwC Source Bloomberg and PwC analysis Slide 11
Between 2014 and 2015 there were 15 changes to
the Global Top 100
Number of companies
Global Top 100 as at Acquired merged or Dropped from the IPOs and spin offs New entries by Global Top 100 as at
31 March 2014 seperated Global Top 100 growth and M A 31 March 2015
1 IPO Alibaba in 2014
Global Top 100
PwC Source Bloomberg and PwC analysis Slide 12
Between 2014 and 2015 the total market cap of the
global top 100 increased by 1 225bn
966 16 245
16 000 15 020bn 1 430
Total market cap bn
Global Top 100 as 0 acquired 15 dropped from 1 IPOs and spin 14 new entries by 85 Survivors Global Top 100 as
at 31 March 2014 merged or the Global Top off growth and M A Growth at 31 March 2014
seperated 100
IPOs Alibaba in 2014
Global Top 100
PwC Source Bloomberg and PwC analysis Slide 13
Global Top 100 companies per country
absolute market capitalisation change
Top 100 2015 Top 100 2014
Market cap var Market
Country Market Market
of current Top Rank No cap in Rank No
100 bn cap bn cap bn
United States 966 1 9 322 53 8 356 1 8 052 47
China 776 2 1 973 10 1 197 3 1 082 7
United Kingdom 162 3 941 8 1 103 2 1 147 8
Switzerland 15 4 748 3 733 4 733 3
Germany 35 5 625 6 660 5 660 6
France 48 6 441 4 489 6 591 5
Australia 49 7 331 3 380 7 464 4
Japan 52 8 327 2 275 8 287 2
Hong Kong 77 9 267 1 191 12 191 1
Spain 11 10 206 2 195 11 195 2
Belgium 28 11 196 1 169 14 169 1
South Korea 17 12 191 1 209 9 209 1
Denmark 36 13 142 1 106 16 106 1
Netherlands 5 14 125 1 121 15 121 1
Taiwan 28 15 121 1 92 18 92 1
Ireland 50 16 111 1 62 17 104 1
Brazil 23 17 91 1 113 10 201 2
Canada 7 18 87 1 94 13 177 2
Russia 0 0 0 0 19 92 1
Saudi Arabia 0 0 0 0 20 92 1
Italy 0 0 0 0 21 88 1
Norway 0 0 0 0 22 84 1
Colombia 0 0 0 0 23 84 1
Global Top 100
PwC Source Bloomberg and PwC analysis Slide 14
Global Top 100 companies per country
relative market capitalisation change
market cap Top 100 vs
index change Market cap of Market cap of
Country change National index
2014 2015 current top 100 current top 100
2014 2015 performance
United States 12 10 Outperformed 9 322 8 356
China 65 89 Underperformed 1 973 1 197
United Kingdom 15 3 Underperformed 941 1 103
Switzerland 2 8 Underperformed 748 733
Germany 5 25 Underperformed 625 660
France 10 15 Underperformed 441 489
Australia 13 10 Underperformed 331 380
Japan 19 30 Underperformed 327 275
Hong Kong 40 12 Outperformed 267 191
Spain 6 11 Underperformed 206 195
Belgium 16 19 Underperformed 196 169
South Korea 8 0 Underperformed 191 209
Denmark 34 36 Underperformed 142 106
Netherlands 4 21 Underperformed 125 121
Taiwan 31 8 Outperformed 121 92
Ireland 80 21 Outperformed 111 62
Brazil 20 2 Underperformed 91 113
Canada 7 6 Underperformed 87 94
Price change of the local main index per country
Global Top 100
PwC Source Bloomberg and PwC analysis Slide 15


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