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Wall street market cap data visualisation
September 17, 2008, 10:23 pm
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October 7, 2007

September 12, 2008

The above graphic shows that $4 trillion has been wiped off the total market capitalisation of the U.S. stock market since last October. Of that, nearly $1 trillion is from the decline in the financial sector alone.

Citigroup: $236.7 billion to $97.8 billion.
Bank of America: $236.5 billion to $150.2 billion.
AIG: $179.8 billion to $32.3 billion
Goldman Sachs: $97.7 billion to $61.3 billion
American Express: $74.8 billion to $45 billion.
Morgan Stanley: $73.1 billion to $41.1 billion.
Fannie Mae: $64.8 billion to $700 million.
Merrill Lynch: $63.9 billion to $24.2 billion
Freddie Mac: $41.5 billion to $300 million.
Lehman Brothers: $34.4 billion to $2.5 billion.
Washington Mutual: $31.1 billion to $2.9 billion




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