Top 10 Stock Exchanges by Market Cap

Today, Wednesday, the 8th of February, 2023

The largest stock exchange in the world is the NYSE. The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has a 26 trillion dollar market cap with and over 2,000+ individual companies listed on it. Stock exchanges are marketplaces where investors buy and sell securities, this includes the trading of stocks, bonds, derivatives, commodities, and other financial instruments. Stock market volume is a most powerful measurement for economic health of a country. We cover the top 10 stock markets by market capitalization using dollar volume.

The atomic stock market clocks above take into account for holiday closures,
but in some cases exchanges may occasionally close early, either on a planned or unplanned basis.


Developer APIs to feed stock exchange hours by IsTheMarketOpen.com
JSON Feed Stock Market Hours - markets.json

Stock Exchange Market Cap Breakdown in USD

US - NYSE $23 Trillion total market cap
US - NASDAQ $32 Billion total market cap
UK - London Stock Exchange $44 Billion total market cap
Japan - Tokyo Stock Exchange $5.7 Trillion total market cap
#5 Euronext $8.2 Billion total market cap
Germany - Frankfurt Exchange $1.7 Trillion total market cap
China - Shanghai Stock Exchange $7.6 Trillion total market cap
Spain - BME $3.3 Billion total market cap
Italy - Italian Stock Exchange $2.9 Bilion total market cap
China - Hong Kong Exchange $53.6 Billion total market cap
New York Stock Exchange - NYSE is located in the financial district of New York City and while it is not the oldest stock exchange it is considered the largest and most important in the world. The NYSE has origins that date back to the Buttonwood Treaty of 1792.

NASDAQ - was established in 1971 by FINRA, formerly known as NASD. The NASDAQ was one of the 1st exchanges to manage electronic listing and trading.
*Traded annually is calculated in share dollar volume market data rounded to the million place in USD.