$1 Trillion Club: 16 Largest Stock Exchanges in the World

Largest Exchanges in the World

There are hundreds of stock exchanges around the world. These exchanges range from multi-trillion dollar market caps to less than $1 billion. Nearly every country in the world has a stock exchange (sometimes more than one) that caters to that nation's economy. There are 60 major exchanges with a total value of over $71 Trillion.

Of all stock exchanges in the world, there are 16 exchanges with a Market Cap over $1 Trillion USD. Together, these 16 exchanges from 13 different countries and 4 different continents, make up over 80% of the global stock exchange market cap. These 16 countries' combined market cap is over $58 Trillion USD.

Just Shy of $1 Trillion

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange is just $10 Billion shy of the $1 Trillion mark and will likely surpass that milestone in the coming years. The Johannesburg Stock Exchanges will be the first stock exchange in Africa to reach the $1 Trillion mark.

Note: Although not all of these exchanges trade securities in US Dollars, all dollar values have been converted to USD for comparison sake. Below is the list of all 16 stock exchanges that are members of the $1 Trillion Club.


# Name Symbol Market Cap
1
New York Stock Exchange
NYSE $18.17 Trillion
2
NASDAQ Stock Exchange
NASDAQ $7.05 Trillion
3
Tokyo Stock Exchange
JPX $4.6 Trillion
4
Shanghai Stock Exchange
SSE $3.93 Trillion
5
London Stock Exchange
LSE $3.64 Trillion
6
Euronext Amsterdam Stock Exchange
Euronext $3.35 Trillion
7
Shenzhen Stock Exchange
SZSE $3.09 Trillion
8
Hong Kong Stock Exchange
HKEX $3.02 Trillion
9
Toronto Stock Exchange
TSX $1.77 Trillion
10
German Stock Exchange
FSX $1.66 Trillion
11
Bombay (Mumbai) Stock Exchange
BSE $1.43 Trillion
12
Swiss Stock Exchange
SIX $1.42 Trillion
13
India National Stock Exchange
NSE $1.41 Trillion
14
South Korea Stock Exchange
KRX $1.28 Trillion
15
Stockholm Stock Exchange
OMX $1.26 Trillion
16
Australia Stock Exchange
ASX $1.2 Trillion

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