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The S&P 500 Loses $1.8 Trillion in Market Cap for the Week

As the Dow, S&P and NASDAQ chalks some of the biggest weekly losses ever, how does that translate to dollar terms?

The Dow's -18.15% weekly loss equates to a $612B market cap reduction for the week.
The S&P 500's -18.20% weekly loss equate to a $1.8T market cap reduction for the week.

The Top 10 Dow & S&P 500 Constituents Ranked by market cap after Friday's close:

• Exxon $324B
• General Electric $214B
• Wal-mart $200.4B
• Microsoft $196B
• Procter & Gamble $181B
• Johnson & Johnson $156.1B
• JP Morgan $143B
• AT&T $132B
• IBM $118.9B
• Chevron $118.8B


The NASDAQ 100's almost 14% weekly loss equates to a market cap reduction of $265B for the week.

NASDAQ 100 Market Cap Rankings after Friday's close:
• Microsoft $196B
• Google $104B
• Cisco $101B
• Intel $87B
• Oracle $86B
• Apple $85.8B
• Qualcomm $64B
• Amgen $51.4B
• Gilead Sciences $34.5B
• Comcast $31.6B

For more information on market cap and rankings please go to:http://www.cnbc.com/id/27118839

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