Largest Printing and Publishing Companies

Market Capitalization
Market CapitalizationEfficiencyMarket RiskExp Return
1RELX Relx PLC ADR
77.59 B
 0.02 
 1.03 
 0.02 
2TRI Thomson Reuters Corp
67.8 B
 0.04 
 1.13 
 0.05 
3NWSA News Corp A
13.79 B
 0.00 
 1.38 
 0.00 
4NWS News Corp B
13.79 B
(0.01)
 1.39 
(0.01)
5PSO Pearson PLC ADR
8.4 B
 0.07 
 1.28 
 0.09 
6NYT New York Times
7.01 B
(0.13)
 1.41 
(0.18)
7WLYB John Wiley Sons
2.05 B
 0.11 
 2.45 
 0.27 
8WLY John Wiley Sons
2.05 B
 0.10 
 2.16 
 0.21 
9SCHL Scholastic
1.01 B
(0.09)
 1.64 
(0.15)
10DLX Deluxe
867.81 M
 0.02 
 2.26 
 0.05 
11DJCO Daily Journal Corp
479.18 M
 0.06 
 2.52 
 0.14 
12ACCO Acco Brands
467.05 M
(0.10)
 2.51 
(0.26)
13GCI Gannett Co
386.92 M
 0.02 
 3.26 
 0.07 
14AXR AMREP
110.7 M
 0.04 
 2.76 
 0.12 
15LEE Lee Enterprises Incorporated
79.06 M
 0.08 
 4.82 
 0.36 
16DALN Dallasnews Corp
19.96 M
(0.07)
 2.00 
(0.13)
17SOBR Sobr Safe
5.21 M
(0.06)
 7.68 
(0.46)
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Market Capitalization is the total market value of a company's equity. It is one of many ways to value a company and is calculated by multiplying the price of the stock by the number of shares issued. If a firm has one type of stock its market capitalization will be the current market share price multiplied by the number of shares. However, if a company has multiple types of equities then the market cap will be the total of the market caps of the different types of shares. In most publications or references market cap is broken down into the mega-cap, large-cap, mid-cap, small-cap, micro-cap, and nano-cap. Market Cap is a measurement of business as total market value of all of the outstanding shares at a given time, and can be used to compare different companies based on their size.