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US debt and assets Apple — what more?

According to the report of the Ministry of Finance of the United States, Apple is in the top 25 ranking of holders of the national debt.

Apple owns 52.6 billion dollars in US government bonds, which puts the company in a General rating of the borrowers of the country is higher than Israel, Mexico, Australia and the Netherlands. The largest holder of US government bonds is Japan, who last year intercepted a championship from China.

From a financial point of view, the year 2017 has become Apple’s very successful. Following the recent report about the high rates Apple has set a new record, surpassing the sum of the market capitalization of 800 billion dollars. A good trend for the company, which started in the garage of Steve jobs.

To date, the ranking of creditors in which the Apple moves is as follows:

Japan: $1,1113 trillion.

China: $ 1,1022 trillion.

Ireland: $ 295,8 billion.

Brazil: $ 269,7 billion.

Cayman Islands: $ mishpat 266: 1 billion

Switzerland: $ 239,5 billion.

UK: $ 234,4 billion.

Luxembourg: $ 207,7 billion.

Hong Kong: $ 196.3 per billion.

Taiwan: $ 181,2 billion.

Saudi Arabia: $ 134 billion

India: $ 127,3 billion.

Russia: $ 108,7 billion.

Singapore: $ 107,9 billion.

Korea: a $ 100,1 bn

Belgium: $ 98.7 billion

Canada: $80.2 billion

France: $74.4 billion

Germany: $ 68.3 billion

Thailand: $ 66.5 billion.

Bermuda: $ 60,9 billion.

UAE: $ 60.5 billion

Apple: $ 52.6 billion

Netherlands: $ 52.2 billion

Turkey: $ 49.5 billion

Norway: $ 48.3 billion

Sweden: $ 40.8 billion

Mexico: $ 38,9 billion.

Philippines: $ 38,2 billion

Spain: $ 38,2 billion

Australia: $ 37 billion

Italy: $ 35.6 bn

Poland: $ 35 billion.

Kuwait: $ 31,6 billion.

Israel: $ 30.9 billion

All other creditors: $ 455,7 billion.

 

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