We are talking big money, seriously big—$2 trillion. iPhone maker Apple Inc on August 19 became the first US publicly listed company with a stock market value of $2 trillion, doubling its valuation in just over two years.
The company’s value is more than of the GDP of countries including Brazil, Australia, Canada, Russia, South Korea, Spain and Mexico, data collated from Trading Economics shows. These countries have a GDP of over $1 trillion each.
The list of GDP of more than $2 trillion is led by the US ($21 trillion). The European Union comes second with $19 trillion, China ($14 trillion), Euro Area ($13 trillion), Japan ($5 trillion), Germany ($5 trillion), and India (nearly $3 trillion).