Which companies are on track to earn the most in 2014?
Which companies will get the biggest payouts in 2014, according to a new study from Bloomberg?
Which companies will pay out the biggest amount?
According to Bloomberg’s research, the top 5 percent of U.S. companies will earn more than $1.6 trillion in 2014 — and that’s only a portion of what’s expected to come out of the financial crisis.
According the Bloomberg survey, the biggest winner will be G&P, the world’s largest retailer and distributor of consumer goods.
The company will be on top of the Forbes list of the wealthiest companies in the world, with a total worth of $2.2 trillion.
“G&P will have earned $1,732.7 billion in 2014,” Bloomberg wrote in the report.
“It is a remarkable result.
As the recession dragged on, G&P’s profit fell by half a billion dollars in 2010, the year before the recession began, and by $2 billion in 2011.
Gigantic corporate profits have become a mantra for companies in recent years.
But even as the recession was hitting hard, G & P still made a $500 million profit, a record for a retail company, according the Bloomberg data.
In 2013, the company posted a net loss of $1 billion, but it’s projected to earn $1 trillion in total profits in 2014.
Banks, hedge funds, and private equity firms have also done well, making billions from the financial crises.
“A large share of BNP’s profits will come from its share of the subprime market, which was at its peak in 2008. “
The world’s biggest payer for 2012 and 2013 was BNP Paribas SA, which is on track for $1bn in total earnings in 2014 and is on pace for $2 trillion,” Bloomberg said.
“A large share of BNP’s profits will come from its share of the subprime market, which was at its peak in 2008.
Other large payers include General Motors Co., the world largest auto maker, and JPMorgan Chase & Co., which makes mortgage securities and financial derivatives.
JPMorgan Chase’s net profit will hit $1.,075.3 billion in the year.
For more on the Bloomberg financial survey, read our full report on Forbes’ 2014 list of richest people.
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