Data presented by Bankr indicates that the top ten most valuable companies based on market capitalization are cumulatively worth $10.06 trillion.
The cumulative value represents about 11.93% of the $84.27 Covid-19 adjusted 2020 global GDP.
Apple is the most valuable company with a market capitalization of $2.09 trillion or 2.48% of the global GDP.
Microsoft Corporation is the second most valuable entity at $1.59 trillion in market capitalization.
E-commerce giant Amazon is the third most valuable company at $1.55 trillion, followed by Alphabet at $1.22 trillion.
Social media firm Facebook is the fifth most valuable company at $0.79 trillion.
Alibaba Group ranked sixth with a market cap of $0.72 trillion, followed by Tesla at $0.59 trillion.
Berkshire Hathaway ranks in the eight spots with a valuation of $0.55 trillion, followed by Visa at $0.49 trillion.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited is the tenth most valuable company with a market capitalization of $0.47 trillion.