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Corporate credit rating methods

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List of companies by credit rating


List of top 20 companies (by revenue)

Rank Company name Revenue
(USD billion)
Market capitalization
(USD billion)[3]
Employees
1 Walmart $421.849[4] $10203654$203.654 2,150,000
2 ExxonMobil $370.125[5] $10364035$364.035[5] 83,600[5]
3 Royal Dutch Shell $368.056[6] $10186618$186.618 112,000
4 BP $297.107[7] $10181806$181.806 97,600
5 Sinopec $289.774[8] $10159263$159.263 400,513
6 Toyota Motors $241.590[9] $10143705$143.705 316,121
7 PetroChina $221.955[10] $10353140$353.140 464,000
8 Total S.A. $212.815[11] $10151544$151.544 111,401
9 Chevron Corporation $204.928[12] $10154462$154.462 61,533
10 Japan Post Holdings $200.995[13] $00000000- 229,134
11 ConocoPhillips $198.655[14] $10097435$97.435 29,700
12 Vitol $195.000[15] $00000000- 3,150[16]
13 State Grid Corporation of China $184.561[17] $00000000- 1,502,000
14 Saudi Aramco $182.369[18] $00000000- 54,441
15 Volkswagen Group $169.530[19] $10042507$42.507 329,305
16 Fannie Mae $154.270[20] $00000000- 7,300
17 General Electric $150.211[21] $10161096$161.096 287,000
18 Glencore International $144.978[22] $00000000- 52,000
19 Allianz $142.240[23] $10054008$54.008 151,388
20 ING Group $140.729[24] $10037414$37.414 107,106

List of top 200+ companies


References

  1. http://crediteye.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/the-kelly-criterion-and-credit-investing.pdf
  2. Rosenberger (2003). Risk-adjusted Lending Conditions. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. ISBN 0-470-84752-2. 
  3. Financial Times Global 500 December 2009
  4. 2011 Walmart Annual Report (page 32)
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 2010 ExxonMobil Annual Report (page 2)
  6. 2010 Royal Dutch Shell Annual Report (page 12)
  7. 2010 BP Annual Report and Form 20-F (page 23)
  8. 2010 Sinopec Annual Report (page 5) 1,913,182 RMB millions, then using the December 31, 2010 exchange rate of 1 RMB = 0.151462 US dollars
  9. Toyota Motor Corporation - FY2011 Financial Summary (page 10). 19,994 billion yens, then using the March 31, 2011 exchange rate of 1 US dollar = 82.76 yens
  10. 2010 PetroChina Annual Report (page 5). 1,465,415 million yuans, then using the December 31, 2010 exchage rate of 1 Chinese yuan = 0.151462 US dollar
  11. 2010 Total S.A. Registration Document (page 6). 159.269 billion euros, then using the December 31, 2010 exchange rate of 1 euro = 1.3362 US dollars
  12. 2010 Chevron Annual Report (page 74)
  13. 2010 Japan Post Group Annual Report (page 127). 18,773,630 million yen, then using the March 31, 2010 exchange rate of 93.4268 yen = 1 US dollar
  14. 2010 ConocoPhillips Annual Report (page 7)
  15. Vitol Group Performance
  16. Vitol Energy Group Brochure 2011
  17. SGCC Ranked 2nd Among 2010 Top 500 Chinese Enterprises 1,26 RMB trillions, then using December 31, 2009 exchange rate of 1 RMB = 0.146477 US dollars
  18. Top 100 Companies of the Muslim World: 2010 DS100 Ranking
  19. 2010 Volkswagen Annual Report (page 4). 126,875 million euros, then using the December 31, 2010 exchange rate of 1 euro = 1.3362 US dollars
  20. 2010 Fannie Mae 10-K report (page 246)
  21. 2010 GE Annual Report Financial Section (page 65)
  22. 2010 Glencore Financial Overview (page 1)
  23. 2010 Allianz Annual Report (page 3). 106.451 billion euros, then using the December 31, 2010 exchange rate of 1 euro = 1.3362 US dollars
  24. 2010 ING Annual Report (page 91). 105.32 billion euros, then using the December 31, 2010 exchange rate of 1 euro = 1.3362 US dollars