ASX Top 10

Submitted by Marco Palmero on 5 February, 2008 - 09:15

Here is a list of the ASX top 10 (Australian Stock Exchange Top 10) as of close of trade on Friday, February 1, 2008. This list shows the top 10 companies with the largest market capitalisation listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. Market capitalisation is the price of one of the Company's ordinary shares multiplied by the number of shares in issue. Figures presented beside the company name and ticker symbol is the company's market capital in $ million.

  1. BHP Billiton (BHP) : $129,376 million
  2. NewsCorp (NWS) : $67,292 million
  3. Commonwealth Bank (CBA) : $67,271 million
  4. Rio Tinto (RIO) : $58,157 million
  5. National Australia Bank (NAB) : $57,844 million
  6. Telstra (TLS) : $57,254 million
  7. ANZ Bank (ANZ) : $51,630 million
  8. Westpac (WBC) : $49,811 million
  9. Westfield (WDC) : $37,445 million
  10. Woolworths (WOW) : $35,708 million

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