market capitalisation

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Market capitalisation is calculated by multiplying a company's shares outstanding by stock price per share. Large cap (capitalisation) companies are the big boys of the Australian Securities Exchange. Blue chip companies like BHP Billiton, Macquarie Group and Telstra have market capitalisations that are usually more than $10 billion.

How to Find ASX Stocks Market Capitalisation?

Learn where to find market capitalisation data.

Market capitalisation (also called market cap) is the total dollar value of a company's outstanding shares. It is also the overall value of a company according to the market. The formula for market capitalisation is the company's shares multiplied by the current market price of one share. For example, company ABC has 45 million shares outstanding, each with a market value of $100. The company's market capitalisation is $4.5 billion (45 million x $100 per share).

List of ASX Companies by Market Capitalisation

Where can I get a list of Australian Companies listed in terms of Value?

Here is a listing of all the pages which contain various lists relating to Australian public companies and market capitalisation. You may download a list of Australian companies in terms of their market value here.

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