Market Cap Chart

Historical Market Cap Data

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Date Value
February 06, 2023 28.35B
February 03, 2023 28.46B
February 02, 2023 29.74B
February 01, 2023 28.99B
January 31, 2023 29.74B
January 30, 2023 28.78B
January 27, 2023 28.67B
January 26, 2023 29.84B
January 25, 2023 29.63B
January 24, 2023 29.63B
January 23, 2023 28.88B
January 20, 2023 30.06B
January 19, 2023 30.59B
January 18, 2023 30.59B
January 17, 2023 30.59B
January 13, 2023 31.12B
January 12, 2023 31.02B
January 11, 2023 31.55B
January 10, 2023 30.91B
January 09, 2023 29.52B
January 06, 2023 30.48B
January 05, 2023 29.10B
January 04, 2023 27.50B
January 03, 2023 27.29B
December 30, 2022 30.70B
Date Value
December 29, 2022 31.02B
December 28, 2022 30.91B
December 27, 2022 29.42B
December 23, 2022 31.23B
December 22, 2022 30.59B
December 21, 2022 30.27B
December 20, 2022 29.95B
December 19, 2022 28.56B
December 16, 2022 27.50B
December 15, 2022 27.50B
December 14, 2022 28.14B
December 13, 2022 27.18B
December 12, 2022 28.46B
December 09, 2022 28.78B
December 08, 2022 29.42B
December 07, 2022 30.38B
December 06, 2022 30.59B
December 05, 2022 29.63B
December 02, 2022 31.44B
December 01, 2022 31.34B
November 30, 2022 31.66B
November 29, 2022 30.91B
November 28, 2022 30.27B
November 25, 2022 30.38B
November 23, 2022 30.38B

Market Capitalization Definition

Market Capitalization measures the total value of a company based on their stock price multiplied by the shares outstanding. This metric is important because it gives you an idea of the size of a company, and how the size has changed over time. When studying companies from a relative basis, it would make sense to compare companies that have a similar market capitalization because factors like market share, economies of scale, and business models would also be similar.

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Market Cap Range, Past 5 Years

25.36B
Minimum
May 13 2020
83.46B
Maximum
Jul 10 2019
49.71B
Average
44.04B
Median

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