WMT, SNP, and AMZN are at the top of the list of the world’s ten largest corporations.

From ecommerce and tech devices to oil and retailing, the world’s largest companies by revenue represent both relatively new, faster-growing industries and mature, slower-growing industries. Whatever the case may be, each corporation is a dominant power in its field. While each of these businesses has seen a shift in their business as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, other businesses have continued to prosper owing to their distinct advantages as millions of people seek sanctuary.

These are the world’s top ten firms by 12-month trailing (TTM) revenue, and they span a wide range of industries.

This list is restricted to firms that are publicly traded in the United States or Canada, either directly or through American Depository Receipts (ADRs). Some overseas corporations may only report every two years, resulting in lengthier lag times.

Walmart Inc. is the world’s largest retailer (WMT)

Walmart Inc. (WMT) is the number one retailer in the United States, with a total revenue of $542.0 billion.
TTM Net Income: $17.9 billion

$392.8 billion in market capitalization

Total Return in 1 Year: 22.4 percent

The New York Stock Exchange is the largest stock exchange in the world.

 

Walmart was founded in 1962 and has since evolved to become one of the greatest retailers in the world. Discount stores, supercenters, neighbourhood markets, and a sophisticated internet platform are all part of the company’s operations. Clothing and apparel, household products, books, jewellery, food and beverage, medicinal supplies, and automobile equipment are among the items sold at Walmart.

China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. is ranked second (SNP)

TTM revenue: $355.8 billion
TTM Net Income: $486.6 million
$53.5 billion in market capitalization
-21.7 percent 1-Year Trailing Total Return
The New York Stock Exchange is the largest stock exchange in the world.
China Petroleum & Chemical is a petrochemical and petroleum product manufacturer and distributor. Gasoline, diesel, kerosene, synthetic rubbers and resins, jet fuel, and chemical fertilisers are only a few of the company’s goods. China Petroleum & Chemical, also known as Sinopec, is one of the world’s leading oil refining, gas, and petrochemical enterprises. The People’s Republic of China’s State Council is in charge of its administration.

Amazon.com Inc. is ranked third (AMZN)

$321.8 billion in revenue (year-to-date)
TTM Net Income: $13.2 billion
$1.6 trillion in market capitalization
78.5 percent 1-year trailing total return
NASDAQ is a stock exchange in the United States.
By market capitalization, Amazon is the world’s largest online retailer. The company began as an online bookshop and has subsequently expanded to include nearly every retail sector. Amazon owns Whole Foods Market and the home security business Ring, in addition to selling things through its online platform. Cloud computing services, subscription products like Amazon Prime, and streaming movies and other entertainment are among Amazon’s fastest-growing businesses.

PetroChina Co., Ltd., No. 4 (PTR)

$320.0 billion in revenue (year-to-date)
-$1.8 billion in net income (TTM)
$59.2 billion in market capitalization
-34.8 percent 1-Year Trailing Total Return
The New York Stock Exchange is the largest stock exchange in the world.
PetroChina is a Chinese oil and gas business that specialises in oil exploration, development, production, and sales. It is also a producer of petrochemicals. PetroChina is the Chinese state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation’s exchange-listed subsidiary.

#5 Apple Inc. (AAPL)

TTM revenue: $273.9 billion
TTM Net Income: $58.4 billion
$2.0 trillion in market capitalization
121.3 percent 1-Year Trailing Total Return
NASDAQ is a stock exchange in the United States.
Apple creates, manufactures, and sells a wide range of consumer electronics, including smartphones, computers, tablets, wearables, home entertainment systems, and more. The iPhone brand of handsets and the Mac line of computers are two of the company’s most popular products. Apple is also establishing a fast-growing services business, which includes running digital content shops, selling streaming video games, and offering streaming services such as Apple+, an on-demand entertainment platform.

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