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Study: USA depend on the European stock exchange – boom in tech companies

Wednesday, 12/29/2021 8:08 AM from

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FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – Driven by the soaring tech giants, US companies have expanded their dominance on the stock exchanges. Among the 100 most valuable listed companies in the world are 61 from the USA alone, three more than in the previous year, as a new study by the consulting firm EY shows. No European companies are represented in the top ten and only two that are not based in the USA – the oil company Saudi Aramco in fourth place and the Taiwanese chip manufacturer TSMC in tenth place.

While the weights are shifting towards the USA, German companies are being left behind, as the study published on Wednesday shows. A long-term trend has thus intensified. China also lost ground with 11 companies in the top 100 (previous year: 16).

The undisputed top of the ranking is Apple (Apple share) with a market value of almost 3.0 trillion US dollars (around 2.65 trillion euros), followed by Microsoft (Microsoft share) (2.6 trillion dollars) and Google Parent alphabet (2.0 trillion dollars). The most expensive company from Europe, the French luxury goods group LVMH with brands such as Louis Vuitton and Moët & Chandon, ranks 19th.

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