Insurance companies are key actors of the American economy, hedging risks and covering the costs of accidents. Present throughout the country and abroad, US insurance companies are involved in life and health insurance, property and casualty insurance, business and commercial insurance, and reinsurance.
Banks are the backbone of the American economy, they ensure money is available to individuals and capital to companies. Present throughout the country and abroad, US banks are involved in retail banking, corporate and investment banking, wealth management, and an array of financial services.
The largest companies of the United Kingdom greatly impact the British and world economy. The UK’s top 30 publicly traded companies, major components of the FTSE index, are presented here together with their activities, logos, sectors, and useful links.
The largest American companies are deeply involved in the economy of the United States, as well as the rest of the world. The thirty largest publicly traded US companies, top constituents of the S&P 500 index, are presented here together with their activities, logos, and useful links.
The financial sector is the pillar of the American economy and day-to-day business operations. Banks, insurance, and financial services companies power key financial activities, payment and saving solutions, credit and capital availability, risk mitigation, and financial information accuracy.
The technology sector is the economic star of the United States, leading the country’s growth as well as its financial markets. IT and communications companies are at the heart of innovation, rapidly changing people’s lives and transforming business, finance, and the broader economy.
Technology and innovative companies thrive in the United States where they have access to a large and sophisticated market and dedicated stock exchange, the Nasdaq. The thirty largest publicly traded companies in the Nasdaq Composite index are here presented together with their activities, logos, and useful links.
Among the world’s largest private worldwide employers, some giant British companies hire hundreds of thousands of employees to conduct business. They rely upon local and remote employees to create, produce and deliver their products and services in the UK and around the world.
The largest corporations in the United States weigh heavily in the American economy and the world’s economy. Here, thirty of the largest publicly traded companies that form the Dow Jones index are presented together with their activities, logos, and useful links.
The largest European companies weigh heavily on the continent’s economy and the world’s economy. The top 30 publicly traded companies of the Eurozone, top components of the Euro Stoxx 50 index, are presented here together with their activities, logos, sectors, and useful links.