America Boots China Out of the Top 10

In the following video, John Reeves discusses a Bloomberg article saying that Chinese companies have now been pushed off the list of the top 10 biggest stocks by market value; all the top 10 are now American. At the peak of the market bubble in October 2007, just before the financial crisis, five of the top 10 were Chinese. In the video, John takes us through the major moves that displaced these Chinese companies, and put America on top.

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