Country Comparison > Market value of publicly traded shares

RankCountryMarket value of publicly traded shares (US$)
1United States15,640,000,000,000
2Japan3,541,000,000,000
3China3,389,000,000,000
4Hong Kong2,240,000,000,000
5Canada1,907,000,000,000
6France1,569,000,000,000
7Brazil1,229,000,000,000
8United Kingdom1,202,000,000,000
9Australia1,198,000,000,000
10Germany1,184,000,000,000
11Spain1,031,000,000,000
12India1,015,000,000,000
13Korea, South994,300,000,000
14Switzerland932,200,000,000
15South Africa855,700,000,000
16Russia796,400,000,000
17Taiwan784,100,000,000
18Netherlands594,700,000,000
19Singapore569,400,000,000
20Sweden470,100,000,000
21Italy431,500,000,000
22Malaysia414,000,000,000
23Mexico408,700,000,000
24Indonesia390,100,000,000
25Saudi Arabia338,900,000,000
26Chile270,300,000,000
27Thailand268,500,000,000
28Belgium229,900,000,000
29Norway219,200,000,000
30Philippines202,300,000,000
31Turkey201,800,000,000
32Colombia201,300,000,000
33Denmark179,500,000,000
34Israel145,000,000,000
35Finland143,100,000,000
36Poland138,200,000,000
37Qatar125,400,000,000
38Peru121,600,000,000
39Iran107,200,000,000
40Kuwait100,900,000,000
41United Arab Emirates93,770,000,000
42Austria82,370,000,000
43New Zealand71,660,000,000
44Luxembourg67,630,000,000
45Portugal61,690,000,000
46Morocco60,090,000,000
47Czech Republic53,200,000,000
48Egypt48,680,000,000
49Macau46,100,000,000
50Argentina43,580,000,000
51Kazakhstan43,300,000,000
52Nigeria39,270,000,000
53Ireland35,360,000,000
54Greece33,650,000,000
55Pakistan32,760,000,000
56Jordan27,180,000,000
57Vietnam26,000,000,000
58Ukraine25,560,000,000
59Bangladesh23,550,000,000
60Croatia21,800,000,000
61Romania21,200,000,000
62Oman19,720,000,000
63Sri Lanka19,440,000,000
64Hungary18,770,000,000
65Bahrain17,150,000,000
66Trinidad and Tobago14,730,000,000
67Zimbabwe10,900,000,000
68Panama10,680,000,000
69Kenya10,200,000,000
70Lebanon10,160,000,000
71Tunisia9,662,000,000
72Papua New Guinea8,999,000,000
73Serbia8,365,000,000
74Bulgaria8,253,000,000
75Uganda7,727,000,000
76Jamaica7,223,000,000
77Mauritius6,540,000,000
78Slovenia6,326,000,000
79Cote d'Ivoire6,288,000,000
80Bolivia6,089,000,000
81Ecuador5,779,000,000
82El Salvador5,474,000,000
83Venezuela5,143,000,000
84Slovakia4,736,000,000
85Barbados4,571,000,000
86Nepal4,529,000,000
87Botswana4,107,000,000
88Lithuania4,075,000,000
89Zambia4,009,000,000
90Iraq4,000,000,000
91Malta3,424,000,000
92Montenegro3,322,000,000
93Ghana3,097,000,000
94West Bank2,532,000,000
95Macedonia2,504,000,000
96Iceland2,021,000,000
97Estonia1,611,000,000
98Mongolia1,579,000,000
99Tanzania1,539,000,000
100Costa Rica1,443,000,000
101Bermuda1,436,000,000
102Malawi1,384,000,000
103Fiji1,372,000,000
104Namibia1,152,000,000
105Latvia1,076,000,000
106Paraguay958,100,000
107Georgia795,700,000
108Uzbekistan715,300,000
109Saint Kitts and Nevis598,400,000
110Guyana440,400,000
111Uruguay231,000,000
112Swaziland203,100,000
113Cayman Islands183,500,000
114Kyrgyzstan165,000,000
115Armenia43,520,000
116Moldova22,000,000

Definition: This entry gives the value of shares issued by publicly traded companies at a price determined in the national stock markets on the final day of the period indicated. It is simply the latest price per share multiplied by the total number of outstanding shares, cumulated over all companies listed on the particular exchange.

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2012

See also: Market value of publicly traded shares map

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