Wealth Gap Among U.S. Companies Grows Bigger Than Ever: Chart

The biggest U.S. companies just capped the fourth straight quarter of beating their smaller counterparts. It’s the longest stretch since 1999 and has pushed the gap in market capitalization between the two groups to the largest since Bloomberg began tracking the data in 2000. At the end of March, the average stock in the Standard & Poor’s 100 Index was worth $124 billion, 124 times the size for companies in the Russell 2000 Index.

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