In the Ranking of the Largest Stock Markets, US Leads with a Market Capital of $54 Trillion

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According to the data of S&P Dow Jones Indices as of May 31, 2024, in the ranking of the world’s largest stock markets, the United States leads the global stock market with a market capitalization of $54 trillion, which is 4.5 times greater than China’s market capitalization ($11.9 trillion)

Japan occupies the third position with a market capital of 6.3 trillion dollars. At the beginning of 2024, the total market capitalization of India exceeded 4 trillion dollars for the first time, which strengthened the country’s position and took the fourth place in the ranking of the world’s largest stock markets.

According to S&P Dow Jones Indices, after the United States, the 3 largest stock markets are located in Asia. The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NASDAQ are the largest stock exchange operators in the world.

United Kingdom, France, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Germany, and Taiwan are in the top ten of the world’s largest stock markets.

The ranking of the world’s largest stock markets was compiled using the methodology of the S&P Global Broad Market Index (BMI) and included about 1,400 stock exchanges from developed and developing markets.