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Last Updated: Sep 26, 2018     Views: 1370

Go to Data-Planet.

  • Drill down through Browse by Subject - Stocks and Commodities - Major Market Indexes.
  • Choose an index and price of interest.

Use Bloomberg, available at Lippincott Library and in Huntsman Hall.

  • Type ALLX WCAU into the command line and press <GO> for a listing of market cap by country.

Take a look at Global Financial Data.

  • Click on GFDatabase.
  • Then, select Stocks - Capitalization, Volume as the Series Type.

For lesser known stock exchange market cap data, take a look at the World Bank's Market capitalization of listed companies.

Go to World Development Indicators from the World Bank. Data from the World Development Indicators is also available at the Lippincott Library Reference Desk in print at the call number HC59.15 W656 and on CD-Rom.

Also, Standard & Poor's Global Stock Markets Factbook - call number HG5993E447, which is at the Lippincott Reference Desk.