Index Symbol: ^SPX
Total Market Capitalization (USD): $40.641 Trillion
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The Standard and Poor's 500, better known as the S&P 500 or just simply the S&P, is a stock market index that tracks 500 large companies listed on stock exchanges in the United States. This capitalization-weighted index, which gives more weight to larger companies, is considered to be one of the best benchmarks for the American stock market, and for the broader US economy.
The S&P 500 is maintained by S&P Dow Jones Indices, a joint venture majority-owned by S&P Global, and its components are selected by a committee.
|Average Daily Volume||1,184,437,865|
|Company||Stock(s)||Sector||Industry||Market Cap (USD)|
|Apple||AAPL||Technology||Consumer Electronics||$2.825 T|
|Alphabet||GOOGL, GOOG||Communication Services||Internet Content & Information||$1.825 T|
|Amazon||AMZN||Consumer Discretionary||Internet Retail||$1.642 T|
|Tesla||TSLA||Consumer Discretionary||Auto Manufacturers||$1.016 T|
|Berkshire Hathaway||BRK.B||Financials||Financial Conglomerates||$798.47 B|
|Meta||FB||Communication Services||Internet Content & Information||$617.50 B|
|UnitedHealth Group||UNH||Healthcare||Healthcare Plans||$488.52 B|
|Visa||V||Financials||Credit Services||$486.77 B|