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www.pwc.co.uk Global Top 100 Companies by market capitalisation IPO Centre An IPO Centre publication Introduction • In this brief report we have identified the top 100 listed companies in the world and ranked them by Total top 100 companies by market market capitalisation. capitalisation • The results are a definite eye opener and we have been $15,000bnable to identify some interesting trends and developments on a individual company level, a $10,000bnregional level and by sector. • Key highlights $5,000bn - Apple is 1. Having more than tripled its market cap in the past six years, its has jumped from rank $bn41 to pole position, and despite having lost $144bn 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 in value since 31 March 2012. - Technology (35%) and consumer services (almost 400%) are the leading sectors to have grown Market Caps of top and low end in themarket cap in the Top 100 - growth is driven by top 100 companies innovation and global reach. $600m - Despite the financial crisis the US is king - there $500m are 43 companies from the US in the top 100, up $400m from 37 in 2008. Chinese companies have yet to $300m challenge those from the West and Europe has $200m suffered worst from the financial crisis. $100m $m- There are only 67 survivors in the top 100 list since 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 20132008. • Read the rest of our report to find out more.

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An IPO Centre
www.pwc.co.uk
Global Top 100
Companies
by
market
capitalisation
Introduction
In this brief report we have identified the top 100 listed companies in the world and ranked them by market capitalisation. The results are a definite eye opener and we have been able to identify some interesting trends and developments on a individual company level, a regional level and by sector. Key highlights -Apple is 1 . Having more than tripled its market cap in the past six years, its has jumped from rank in value since 31 March 2012. - Technology (35%) and consumer services (almost 400%) are the leading sectors to have grown market cap in the Top 100 - growth is driven by innovation and global reach. - Despite the financial crisis the US is king - there are 43 companies from the US in the top 100, up from 37 in 2008. Chinese companies have yet to challenge those from the West and Europe has suffered worst from the financial crisis. - There are only 67 survivors in the top 100 list since 2008. Read the rest of our report to find out more.
Global Top 100 PwC
$15,000bn $10,000bn
Total top 100 companies by market capitalisation
$5,000bn $bn 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Market Caps of top and low end in the top 100 companies $600m $500m $400m $300m $200m $100m $m 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Number 1 Number 100
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Global
Ranked
Global Top 100 PwC
Top 100
by
market
The list
capitalisation
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The ranking
The Global Top 100 list ranks companies by their market capitalisation in US$ as of 31 March 2013 and compares this with the Top 100 list as of 31 March 2008 Data source and industry classification is from Bloomberg The rankings do not compensate for changes in currency exchange rates
Key highlights The US dominates. Eight out of the top 10 are US companies, 13 out of the top 20 and 43 out of the top 100. Companies from the Eurozone have proved to be the biggest fallers in this analysis, with only 14 companies now in the top 100 compared with 26 in 2008. a ues ve now recovere o pre-cr s s eve s. m a eve o .5 r on dollars in 2008, the financial crisis wiped off more than $5 trillion by 2009. Market capitalisation values have taken four years to recover and top pre-crisis levels. From thelowof$8.4trillionin2009,theworlds100biggestcompaniesnowhavea combined market capitalisation of $13.6 trillion Climbing the ranks is no easy task. The difference between rank 100 and rank 80 is $11bn and it would need £215bn to climb from 20 to rank number one. However, the top five risers added a collective $ 701 bn in market capitalisation in just five years  a staggering performance. Note: Companies within the Eurozone were also affected by the decline in value of the Euro against the US$ (c. 20%) between start and end of the study, although the global nature of their operations would have partly mitigated this . For the purposes of this study we allocated dual listed companies as follows: Unilever (NL), Rio Tinto (UK) and BHP Billiton (AUS). Global Top 100 PwC
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Top 100 global companies 1-20
Company name
APPLE EXXON MOBIL GOOGLE BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY PETROCHINA WAL-MART STORES GENERAL ELECTRIC MICROSOFT NESTLE IND & COMM BK CHEVRON JOHNSON&JOHNSON CHINA MOBILE PROCTER & GAMBLE ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PFIZER CHINA CONST BK SAMSUNG ELECTRON AT&T
Global Top 100 PwC
Nationality
United States United States United States United States China United States United States United States n te ates Switzerland China United States United States Hong Kong United States United Kingdom United States China South Korea United States
Industry
Technology Oil & Gas Technology Financials Oil & Gas Consumer Services Industrials Technology ec no ogy Consumer Goods Financials Oil & Gas Health Care Telecommunications Consumer Goods Oil & Gas Health Care Financials Consumer Goods Telecommunications
Rank +/-
+40 -1 +33 +9 -3 +5 -4 -1 + +4 -5 +7 +4 -9 -6 -6 +16 +2 +49 -12
31 March 2013 Rank Market Cap $bn 1 416 2 404 3 263 4 257 5 255 6 246 7 240 8 240 10 233 11 232 12 231 13 228 14 213 15 211 16 209 17 207 18 203 19 202 20 201
31 March 2008 Rank Market Cap $bn 41 126 1 453 36 138 13 207 2 424 11 208 3 369 7 264 14 197 6 277 19 177 17 184 5 298 9 216 10 216 33 142 20 176 68 93 8 231
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Top 100 global companies 21-40
Company name
Nationality
ROCHE HLDG Switzerland HSBC HLDGS United Kingdom WELLS FARGO & CO United States NOVARTIS Switzerland JPMORGAN CHASE United States COCA-COLA United States TOYOTA MOTOR Japan BHP BILLITON Australia - g um ORACLE United States PHILIP MORRIS United States AGRICULTURAL BK OF CHINA China VERIZON COMMUNIC United States VODAFONE GROUP United Kingdom SANOFI France CITIGROUP United States BP United Kingdom MERCK & CO United States BANK OF AMERICA United States BANK OF CHINA China
Global Top 100 PwC
Industry
Health Care Financials Financials Health Care Financials Consumer Goods Consumer Goods Basic Materials onsumer oo s Technology Consumer Goods Financials Telecommunications Telecommunications Health Care Financials Oil & Gas Health Care Financials Financials
Rank +/-
+3 -7 +41 +11 +6 +8 -5 -7 + +32 +25 n/a +24 -6 +24 +15 -21 +42 -16 -15
31 March 2013 Rank Market Cap $bn 21 201 22 198 23 195 24 192 25 182 26 180 27 178 28 171 30 152 31 152 32 143 33 140 34 139 35 135 36 134 37 134 38 134 39 132 40 130
31 March 2008 Rank Market Cap $bn 24 165 15 196 64 96 35 140 31 146 34 141 22 172 21 175 62 100 56 107 IPO in 2010 57 105 28 159 59 103 51 112 16 192 80 82 23 168 25 159
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Top 100 global companies 41-60
Company name
UNILEVER PEPSICO AMAZON.COM QUALCOMM GLAXOSMITHKLINE COMMONW BK AUSTR ECOPETROL TOTAL VISA CISCO SYSTEMS COMCAST INTEL CHINA PETROLEUM HOME DEPOT BRIT AMER TOBACC WALT DISNEY GAZPROM MCDONALDS SCHLUMBERGER
Global Top 100 PwC
Nationality
The Netherlands United States United States United States United Kingdom Australia Colombia France z United States United States United States United States China United States United Kingdom United States Russia United States United States
Industry
Consumer Goods Consumer Goods Consumer Services Technology Health Care Financials Oil & Gas Oil & Gas as Financials Technology Consumer Services Technology Oil & Gas Consumer Services Consumer Goods Consumer Services Oil & Gas Consumer Services Oil & Gas
Rank +/-
+20 +5 n/a +56 +3 n/a n/a -30 -+61 -19 +77 -9 -15 n/a +31 +59 -58 +45 -2
31 March 2013 Rank Market Cap $bn 41 125 42 122 43 121 44 115 45 115 46 114 47 114 48 113 50 112 51 111 52 109 53 108 54 106 55 104 56 103 57 103 58 102 59 100 60 100
31 March 2008 Rank Market Cap $bn 61 102 47 115 New 30 100 66 48 115 New 50 New 46 18 178 111 62 32 144 129 58 44 123 39 135 New 47 87 76 116 61 4 302 104 64 58 104
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Top 100 global companies 61-80
Company name
WESTPAC BANKING SAP L'OREAL SIEMENS RIO TINTO NOVO NORDISK VALE SA VOLKSWAGEN TSMC ROYAL BANK OF CA CNOOC UNITED TECH BAYER SABMILLER MITSUBISHI FINANCIAL INDITEX ITAU UNIBAN ENI AUST AND NZ BANK
Global Top 100 PwC
Nationality
Australia Germany France Germany United Kingdom Denmark Brazil Germany Taiwan Canada Hong Kong United States Germany United Kingdom Japan Spain Brazil Italy Australia
Industry
Financials Technology Consumer Goods Industrials Basic Materials Health Care Basic Materials Consumer Goods Technology Financials Oil & Gas Industrials Basic Materials Consumer Goods Financials Consumer Services Financials Oil & Gas Financials
Rank +/-
n/a +50 +21 -1 -35 n/a -41 -8 +69 + +47 +29 +25 +39 n/a -9 n/a +69 -41 n/a
31 March 2013 Rank Market Cap $bn 61 99 62 99 63 96 64 95 65 92 66 91 67 91 68 89 69 87 71 87 72 86 73 86 74 85 75 84 76 84 77 83 78 82 79 82 80 81
31 March 2008 Rank Market Cap $bn New 41 112 62 84 78 63 100 30 155 New 44 26 159 60 102 138 60 118 60 101 66 98 68 113 61 New 33 67 94 New 35 147 54 38 137 New 40
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Top 100 global companies 81-100
Company name
ROSNEFT UNITED PARCEL BASF AMERICA MOVIL DIAGEO STATOIL SABIC AMGEN -CHINA LIFE INS NATL AUST BANK AMERICAN EXPRESS GILEAD SCIENCES CONOCOPHILLIPS 3M BRADESCO NEWS CORP BANCO SANTANDER GOLDMAN SACHS EBAY
Global Top 100 PwC
Nationality
Russia United States Germany Mexico United Kingdom Norway Saudi Arabia United States ana a China Australia United States United States United States United States Brazil United States Spain United States United States
Industry
Oil & Gas Industrials Basic Materials Telecommunications Consumer Goods Oil & Gas Basic Materials Health Care nanc a s Financials Financials Financials Health Care Oil & Gas Industrials Financials Consumer Services Financials Financials Consumer Services
Rank +/-
-15 +6 +22 -32 n/a -21 -37 n/a n a -37 n/a n/a n/a -49 +39 n/a +29 -56 -7 n/a
31 March 2013 Rank Market Cap $bn 81 81 82 81 83 81 84 79 85 79 86 77 87 77 88 77 90 76 91 75 92 75 93 75 94 73 95 73 96 72 97 71 98 71 99 71 100 70
31 March 2008 Rank Market Cap $bn 66 95 88 76 105 64 52 111 New 52 65 96 50 112 New 45 ew 53 110 New 45 New 51 New 48 45 119 134 56 New 53 126 59 42 125 92 73 New 40
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Global Top 100
Risers,
Global Top 100 PwC
fallers,
The movements
countries,
numbers
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The movements
Key highlights 67 companies from 2008 have survived to be in the list today. One company (Agricultural Bank of China) entered the Global Top 100 by IPO. Tech (Apple, Google, IBM) and Tech-related (Samsung) companies are the top risers since 2008. Here again the US dominates. Companies from Oil & Gas, Basic Materials, Utilities and Telecommunications are mainly among the fallers.
$70 bn now required compared with $66 bn in 2008. The market cap of the most valuable company at 31 March 2013, being Apple with a market cap of $415 bn, is still below the peak of $559bn achieved by Apple as at 31 March 2012 (Apple) or the top ranked company at 31 March 2008 - Exxon Mobil with $453 bn. As expected, the US has the highest combined market capitalisation of national Global Top 100 companies ($6.7trn). This is an increase of more than 29% since 2008 and more than 4.6 times the number of China, which ranks second. In 2013 there are 43 US companies in the Global Top 100 after 35 in 2008. The Eurozone has lost 12 (from 26 to 14).
Global Top 100 PwC
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