Americas most valuable
The US is home to the worlds biggest public companies. These Mega-Caps have more cash in their pockets than the yearly economic performance of some smaller Euro-Countries. Hence they are considered rightly as safe-haven investments. Like a supertanker, they are big enough to safely navigate around the risks of the European-Debt-Crisis.
We show you the biggest stocks by market value in the USA and the key data of these Mega-Caps. The list contains the 12 biggest US-Stocks by market-cap, their industry, Price-to-Earnings-Ratio, Dividend-Yield and their price movement during the last 52 weeks.
(data as per 2013-07-04, via google.com/finance. No buy recommendation, financial information only)
(in bn USD)
|Exxon Mobil Corporation||403.24||Oil and Gas||9.25||2.78%||+5.11%|
|Berkshire Hathaway Inc.||278.34||Investment-Holding||16.92||-||+34.64%|
|Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.||247.75||Shopping-Center||14.75||2.51%||+5.67%|
|Johnson & Johnson||243.76||Healthcare||23.6||3.04%||+27.54%|
|General Electric Company||236.89||Industrial||16.01||3.32%||+12.14%|
|Chevron Corporation||230.89||Oil and Gas||9||3.36%||+10.91%|
|Wells Fargo & Co||218.79||Bank||11.67||2.91%||+23.12%|
|Procter & Gamble||215.34||Consumer||19.71||3.06%||+28.05%|