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Asia's market cap winners and losers

Asia's biggest market cap increases (in billions of dollars)

Rank

Comapany

Market cap as of end of June

Increase from end of 2015

1

Tencent Holdings

213.5

28.5

2

Samsung Electronics 

198.5

19.0

3

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC)

130.6

17.7

4

Kweichow Moutai 

55.2

13.0

5

CNOOC 

55.4

8.9

6

Singapore Telecommunications

48.9

7.7

7

Telekomunikasi Indonesia 

30.4

7.7

8

Jardine Matheson Holdings 

41.5

7.2

9

Korea Electric Power

33.7

6.3

10

PTT 

25.4

6.1

11

Unilever Indonesia

26.0

5.6

12

Astra International 

22.7

5.1

13

Thai Beverage 

17.0

4.8

14

Chunghwa Telecom

28.0

4.6

15

CLP Holdings 

25.7

4.3

16

ITC

43.9

4.1

17

KT & G

16.3

4.0

18

SM Prime Holdings

16.8

3.4

19

WH Group

11.5

3.3

20

PTT Exploration & Production 

9.5

3.1

Asia's biggest market cap declines (in billions of dollars)

Rank

Company

Market cap as of end of June 

Decrease from end of 2015

1

China Life Insurance 

81.2

33.6

2

Bank of China (BOC)

135.1

32.3

3

PetroChina 

190.6

31.4

4

Ping An Insurance Group

85.0

16.4

5

CRRC

35.5

15.2

6

JD.com

29.1

15.1

7

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC)

228.2

14.4

8

China Railway Group 

22.7

11.9

9

Greenland Holdings 

19.8

10.8

10

CK Hutchison Holdings

42.1

10.0

11

CITIC 

42.3

9.2

12

China Shipbuilding Industry 

17.5

9.1

13

Baidu

57.2

8.2

14

China Construction Bank (CCB)

165.5

7.7

15

Samsung SDS 

9.6

7.1

16

China National Nuclear Power

16.0

6.9

17

Shanghai Electric Group

12.5

6.6

18

China Railway Construction (CRCC)

19.8

6.6

19

Agricultural Bank of China (ABC)

152.8

6.0

20

Alibaba Group Holding

198.4

5.7

Source: QUICK-FactSet

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