Rank Company Country Sales Profits Assets Market Value
1 Exxon MobilExxon Mobil United States $433.5 B $41.1 B $331.1 B $407.4 B
2 JPMorgan ChaseJPMorgan Chase United States $110.8 B $19 B $2,265.8 B $170.1 B
3 General ElectricGeneral Electric United States $147.3 B $14.2 B $717.2 B $213.7 B
4 Royal Dutch ShellRoyal Dutch Shell Netherlands $470.2 B $30.9 B $340.5 B $227.6 B
5 ICBCICBC China $82.6 B $25.1 B $2,039.1 B $237.4 B
6 HSBC HoldingsHSBC Holdings United Kingdom $102 B $16.2 B $2,550 B $164.3 B
7 PetroChinaPetroChina China $310.1 B $20.6 B $304.7 B $294.7 B
8 Berkshire HathawayBerkshire Hathaway United States $143.7 B $10.3 B $392.6 B $202.2 B
9 Wells FargoWells Fargo United States $87.6 B $15.9 B $1,313.9 B $178.7 B
10 Petrobras-Petróleo BrasilPetrobras-Petróleo Brasil Brazil $145.9 B $20.1 B $319.4 B $180 B
11 BPBP United Kingdom $375.5 B $25.7 B $292.5 B $147.4 B
12 ChevronChevron United States $236.3 B $26.9 B $209.5 B $218 B
13 China Construction BankChina Construction Bank China $68.7 B $20.5 B $1,637.8 B $201.9 B
14 CitigroupCitigroup United States $102.6 B $11.1 B $1,873.9 B $107.5 B
15 GazpromGazprom Russia $117.6 B $31.7 B $302.6 B $159.8 B
16 Wal-Mart StoresWal-Mart Stores United States $447 B $15.7 B $193.4 B $208.4 B
17 Volkswagen GroupVolkswagen Group Germany $221.9 B $21.5 B $328.7 B $79.5 B
18 TotalTotal France $216.2 B $15.9 B $213 B $132.4 B
19 Agricultural Bank of ChinaAgricultural Bank of China China $62.4 B $14.4 B $1,563.9 B $154.8 B
20 BNP ParibasBNP Paribas France $119 B $7.9 B $2,539.1 B $61.5 B
21 Bank of ChinaBank of China China $60.8 B $15.8 B $1,583.7 B $129.1 B
22 AppleApple United States $127.8 B $33 B $138.7 B $546 B
23 Banco SantanderBanco Santander Spain $109.6 B $6.9 B $1,624.7 B $75.6 B
24 Sinopec-China PetroleumSinopec-China Petroleum China $391.4 B $11.6 B $179.8 B $104.2 B
25 Toyota MotorToyota Motor Japan $228.5 B $4.9 B $358.3 B $147.9 B
26 Samsung ElectronicsSamsung Electronics South Korea $142.4 B $11.5 B $133.7 B $162 B
27 ConocoPhillipsConocoPhillips United States $230.9 B $12.4 B $153.2 B $98.8 B
28 VodafoneVodafone United Kingdom $73.5 B $12.8 B $239.2 B $131.2 B
29 ENIENI Italy $143.2 B $8.9 B $178.7 B $97.6 B
30 Itaú Unibanco HoldingItaú Unibanco Holding Brazil $75.5 B $7.4 B $426.4 B $91.2 B
31 China MobileChina Mobile Hong Kong-China $81.7 B $19.5 B $151.2 B $216.5 B
32 IBMIBM United States $106.9 B $15.9 B $116.4 B $238.7 B
33 AT&TAT&T United States $126.7 B $3.9 B $270.3 B $187.3 B
34 PfizerPfizer United States $67.4 B $10 B $188 B $165.4 B
35 Procter & GambleProcter & Gamble United States $85.1 B $10.1 B $134.3 B $185.2 B
36 Mitsubishi UFJ FinancialMitsubishi UFJ Financial Japan $53.3 B $7 B $2,478.8 B $74.5 B
37 DaimlerDaimler Germany $138 B $7.3 B $188.7 B $66.3 B
38 American Intl GroupAmerican Intl Group United States $64.2 B $17.8 B $555.8 B $50.3 B
39 ING GroupING Group Netherlands $139 B $7.5 B $1,653 B $35.8 B
40 NestléNestlé Switzerland $89.2 B $10.1 B $119.4 B $205.4 B
41 StatoilStatoil Norway $111.6 B $13.1 B $127.8 B $89 B
42 MicrosoftMicrosoft United States $72.1 B $23.5 B $112.2 B $273.5 B
43 Banco BradescoBanco Bradesco Brazil $79.8 B $5.9 B $397.1 B $65.3 B
44 Ford MotorFord Motor United States $136.3 B $20.2 B $178.3 B $47.5 B
45 Nippon Telegraph & TelNippon Telegraph & Tel Japan $124 B $6.1 B $226.6 B $60.8 B
45 AXA GroupAXA Group France $132.8 B $5.6 B $947.8 B $40.6 B
47 Commonwealth BankCommonwealth Bank Australia $49.5 B $6.9 B $713.7 B $81.6 B
47 GDF SuezGDF Suez France $117.5 B $5.2 B $275.2 B $58.3 B
49 BHP BillitonBHP Billiton Australia $71.7 B $23.6 B $102.9 B $187.5 B
50 AllianzAllianz Germany $134.4 B $3.3 B $832.8 B $56.3 B
50 SiemensSiemens Germany $98.4 B $8.2 B $135.6 B $92 B
52 Deutsche BankDeutsche Bank Germany $65.7 B $5.4 B $2,809.4 B $47.3 B
53 BarclaysBarclays United Kingdom $66.3 B $4.7 B $2,425.2 B $49.1 B
54 Banco do BrasilBanco do Brasil Brazil $72.4 B $6.5 B $516.3 B $45.9 B
55 MetLifeMetLife United States $70.3 B $7 B $799.6 B $40.7 B
56 ValeVale Brazil $55.4 B $20.3 B $127.6 B $126.8 B
57 TelefónicaTelefónica Spain $81.4 B $7 B $159.9 B $75.6 B
57 Johnson & JohnsonJohnson & Johnson United States $65 B $9.7 B $113.6 B $178.8 B
59 Westpac Banking GroupWestpac Banking Group Australia $44.1 B $7.2 B $651.7 B $67.5 B
59 Honda MotorHonda Motor Japan $107.5 B $6.4 B $137.7 B $70.8 B
61 BMW GroupBMW Group Germany $95.8 B $6.8 B $160 B $61.2 B
62 NovartisNovartis Switzerland $58.6 B $9.1 B $117.5 B $150.4 B
63 General MotorsGeneral Motors United States $150.3 B $9.2 B $144.6 B $40 B
64 Sumitomo Mitsui FinancialSumitomo Mitsui Financial Japan $45.9 B $5.7 B $1,654.9 B $47.8 B
65 China Life InsuranceChina Life Insurance China $56 B $5.1 B $214.1 B $76.5 B
66 Verizon CommunicationsVerizon Communications United States $110.9 B $2.4 B $230.5 B $112.2 B
67 Hewlett-PackardHewlett-Packard United States $125 B $5.9 B $126.6 B $48.4 B
68 LukoilLukoil Russia $111.4 B $10.4 B $90.6 B $55.3 B
69 Rio TintoRio Tinto United Kingdom $60.5 B $5.8 B $119.5 B $110.2 B
70 Royal Bank of CanadaRoyal Bank of Canada Canada $35.9 B $4.7 B $812.7 B $84.4 B
71 RosneftRosneft Russia $59.2 B $11.3 B $106 B $79.6 B
71 UBSUBS Switzerland $43.7 B $4.5 B $1,508.7 B $54.2 B
73 EDFEDF France $84.6 B $3.9 B $297.5 B $45.7 B
74 BASFBASF Germany $95.2 B $8 B $78.7 B $82.2 B
75 ENELENEL Italy $103.2 B $5.4 B $220.4 B $35.4 B
76 National Australia BankNational Australia Bank Australia $38.2 B $5 B $730.4 B $56.3 B
77 Goldman Sachs GroupGoldman Sachs Group United States $36.8 B $4.4 B $923.2 B $63.5 B
78 Sanofi Sanofi France $43.2 B $7.4 B $125.3 B $103.3 B
79 ANZANZ Australia $34.7 B $5.2 B $577.2 B $62.6 B
80 Merck & CoMerck & Co United States $48 B $6.3 B $105.1 B $115.8 B
81 ComcastComcast United States $55.8 B $4.2 B $157.8 B $79.8 B
82 TD BankTD Bank Canada $27.7 B $5.8 B $771.5 B $76.1 B
83 Bank of AmericaBank of America United States $115.1 B $1.4 B $2,129 B $105.2 B
83 BBVA-Banco Bilbao VizcayaBBVA-Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Spain $46.7 B $3.9 B $767.7 B $43.1 B
85 Nissan MotorNissan Motor Japan $105.5 B $3.8 B $128.7 B $48.1 B
85 IntelIntel United States $54 B $12.9 B $71.1 B $138.5 B
87 Coca-ColaCoca-Cola United States $46.5 B $8.6 B $80 B $158.8 B
88 PepsiCoPepsiCo United States $66.5 B $6.4 B $72.9 B $101.3 B
88 Saudi Basic IndustriesSaudi Basic Industries Saudi Arabia $50.6 B $7.8 B $88.6 B $84.4 B
90 SberbankSberbank Russia $31.8 B $6 B $282.4 B $74 B
91 Cisco SystemsCisco Systems United States $44.8 B $7 B $89.3 B $107.9 B
92 Bank of Nova ScotiaBank of Nova Scotia Canada $27.3 B $5.3 B $635.2 B $62.2 B
93 Anheuser-Busch InBevAnheuser-Busch InBev Belgium $39 B $5.9 B $112.4 B $115.3 B
94 Société GénéraleSociété Générale France $98.6 B $3.3 B $1,531.1 B $25.8 B
95 Mitsubishi CorpMitsubishi Corp Japan $62.6 B $5.6 B $136.6 B $39.7 B
96 Hyundai MotorHyundai Motor South Korea $70.3 B $6.9 B $94.5 B $43.6 B
97 Zurich Financial ServicesZurich Financial Services Switzerland $53 B $3.5 B $365.6 B $39 B
98 Mizuho FinancialMizuho Financial Japan $32.2 B $5 B $1,934.4 B $40.6 B
99 Glencore InternationalGlencore International Switzerland $179.6 B $3.9 B $85.2 B $45.9 B
100 Ping An Insurance GroupPing An Insurance Group China $42.2 B $3 B $362.8 B $55 B

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