Goldman Sachs recently released their 100th issue of its Fornightly Thoughts report, and one of the most interesting graphs included in the report is the top 20 companies by size in 2015. For the first time, five companies that made the top 10 are in the technology sector.
The largest company by market cap in 2015 remained Apple (NYSE:AAPL), followed by Alphabet (NYSE:GOOG) and Microsoft (NYSE:MSFT). Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) dropped to the number fourth position, and it was replaced by Microsoft. Amazon (NYSE: AMZN) took the number sixth position, followed by Facebook (NYSE:FB) on seventh. The only financial company that made the top 10 is Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC). In terms or market-cap, technology companies dominated all other sectors in 2015.
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