How The World’s Biggest Companies Have Fared During Covid; Taxes Due Monday

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How The World’s Biggest Companies Have Fared During Covid; Taxes Due Monday

Message par miniming » mar. mai 18, 2021 3:50 am

How The World’s Biggest Companies Have Fared During Covid; Taxes Due Monday

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Stocks are tumbling—or so say recent headlines. Watching the tech-heavy Dow Jones Industrial Average flounder this week, it’s easy to forget just how much U.S. markets have risen since the pandemic’s early days, when major indices plummeted more than 30% and the longest-running bull market came to a screeching halt. (Can’t blame you if you’ve blocked it all from your memory.) But Forbes’ 19th annual Global 2000 list, our ranking of the largest public companies in the world, is a good reminder of the rebound in stock prices over the past 12 months, with the collective market value of the 2000 up roughly 47% in the year ended April 16.

Don’t throw your short-term lens out the window completely, though—taxes are still due tonight at midnight! Read on for Global 2000 takeaways, student loan updates, inflation profiteers and more.

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