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排名 |公司(英文/中文) |产业 |销售额(亿美元) |利润(亿美元) |资产(亿美元) |市值(亿美元) | |8 |HSBC Holdings / 汇丰控股 |银行业 |1037.36 |58.34 |23558.32 |1782.66 | |10 |BP / 英国石油 |石油及天然气 |2392.72 |165.78 |2354.52 |1671.28 | |21 |Barclays / 巴克莱银行 |银行业 |659.13 |151.74 |22230.45 |561.50 | |29 |Lloyds Banking Group / 劳埃德银行集团 |银行业 |1066.66 |45.67 |16507.79 |502.47 | |46 |Vodafone / 沃达丰 |电信服务 |583.46 |43.78 |2179.68 |1122.61 | |68 |Rio Tinto / 力拓 |材料 |418.25 |48.72 |950.05 |1183.36 | |71 |GlaxoSmithKline / 葛兰素史克 |医药与生物技术 |458.29 |89.35 |653.82 |953.61 | |84 |Tesco / 特易购 |食品市场 |779.44 |31.00 |656.12 |514.34 | |99 |Standard Chartered Group / 渣打银行集团 |银行业 |209.41 |33.80 |4355.57 |461.61 | |100 |AstraZeneca / 阿斯利康 |医药与生物技术 |328.04 |75.21 |536.28 |635.55 | |122 |Aviva / 英杰华集团 |保险业 |959.77 |17.52 |5597.09 |155.09 | |129 |Prudential / 保诚集团 |保险业 |776.73 |11.14 |3614.99 |200.51 | |133 |British Amer Tobacco / 英美烟草 |食品、酒类及烟草 |229.53 |43.83 |424.12 |682.66 | |138 |Anglo American / 英美集团 |材料 |211.56 |24.60 |567.96 |481.89 | |156 |BG Group / 英国天然气 |石油及天然气 |164.99 |35.02 |423.04 |581.64 | |186 |National Grid / 英国国家电网 |公用事业 |222.25 |13.43 |635.40 |242.38 | |194 |Imperial Tobacco Group/ 帝国烟草公司 |食品、酒类及烟草 |235.97 |10.61 |508.23 |319.37 | |215 |Diageo / 帝亚吉 |食品、酒类及烟草 |153.39 |26.71 |286.95 |409.35 | |217 |Centro Properties Group / 中央地产集团 |公用事业 |343.93 |13.22 |313.95 |216.84 | |220 |SABMiller / 南非米勒酿酒 |食品、酒类及烟草 |148.83 |18.81 |314.58 |424.47 | |257 |Legal & General Group / 法通保险 |保险业 |707.09 |13.94 |4796.45 |64.11 | |283 |Rolls-Royce Group / 劳斯莱斯集团 |宇航国防 |168.24 |35.88 |243.23 |155.68 | |340 |Reckitt Benckiser Group/ 利洁时 |家用及个人消费品 |125.25 |22.91 |137.91 |376.37 | |378 |WPP / WPP集团 |传媒 |140.23 |7.07 |359.83 |116.45 | |385 |Royal Bank of Scotland / 苏格兰皇家银行 |银行业 |950.17 |-58.24 |27279.45 |309.00 | |431 |Standard Life / 标准人寿保险 |保险业 |281.53 |3.44 |2367.40 |64.52 | |441 |Compass Group / 金巴斯集团 |商业服务及供应 |215.10 |9.38 |117.41 |139.43 | |481 |Morrison Supermkts / 威廉莫里斯超市连锁 |食品市场 |210.55 |6.67 |118.59 |120.69 | |508 |RSA Insurance Group / RSA保险集团 |保险业 |120.48 |6.75 |323.58 |65.59 | |509 |Assoc British Foods / 联合英国食品 |食品、酒类及烟草 |150.73 |5.85 |141.53 |114.73 | |517 |Eurasian Natural Resources / 欧亚天然资源公司 |材料 |68.71 |26.61 |98.31 |205.09 | |529 |J Sainsbury / 塞斯伯莉 |食品市场 |269.01 |4.11 |143.81 |93.68 | |530 |BAE Systems / 英国航空航天系统 |宇航国防 |329.14 |-1.08 |385.79 |199.90 | |549 |Pearson / 培生 |传媒 |88.07 |6.66 |151.99 |115.87 | |551 |Old Mutual / 老年互助保险 |保险业 |352.79 |-5.49 |2635.81 |92.43 | |558 |Reed Elsevier / 里德—埃尔塞维尔 |传媒 |97.56 |6.28 |178.78 |90.27 | |560 |Scottish & Southern / 苏格兰南方电厂 |公用事业 |361.65 |1.60 |253.26 |155.57 | |586 |BT Group / 英国电信 |电信服务 |304.27 |-1.18 |403.79 |131.46 | |627 |International Power / 国际电力 |公用事业 |55.78 |9.74 |215.22 |74.97 | |631 |Marks & Spencer / 玛莎百货 |零售业 |128.91 |7.23 |104.01 |78.18 | |691 |Kingfisher / 翠丰 |零售业 |145.30 |3.03 |147.13 |77.24 | |703 |Kazakhmys / 哈萨克Kazakhmys铜业 |材料 |51.51 |9.09 |106.80 |112.75 | |744 |British Sky Broadcasting / 英国天空广播 |传媒 |88.29 |4.27 |74.96 |145.08 | |766 |Investec / 天达银行 |多元化金融 |50.14 |4.15 |529.88 |49.64 | |891 |Wolseley / 渥斯利管业 |贸易公司 |241.49 |-19.62 |146.17 |67.43 | |903 |Antofagasta / 安托法加斯塔 |材料 |26.14 |13.22 |79.14 |134.92 | |923 |Vedanta Resources / 韦丹塔资源公司 |材料 |54.90 |1.83 |162.89 |106.92 | |1067 |Balfour Beatty / 鲍佛贝蒂 |建筑 |144.65 |3.63 |84.15 |28.39 | |1114 |G4S / G4S保安 |商业服务及供应 |86.76 |2.21 |77.95 |58.08 | |1136 |Smith & Nephew / 施乐辉公司 |卫生保健器械及服务 |38.78 |4.85 |43.61 |91.12 | |1181 |Johnson Matthey / 江森麦蒂 |材料 |111.77 |2.48 |38.22 |51.99 | |1213 |British Airways / 英国航空 |运输 |126.36 |-5.33 |150.33 |36.61 | |1234 |United Utilities / 联合应用公司 |公用事业 |34.63 |2.55 |139.70 |56.26 | |1241 |Smiths Group / 史密斯集团 |企业集团 |44.56 |4.51 |49.92 |61.79 | |1243 |Ensco International / 恩斯克国际 |石油及天然气 |19.46 |7.70 |67.47 |64.66 | |1254 |Tullow Oil / 图洛石油 |石油及天然气 |10.10 |3.26 |42.16 |158.49 | |1288 |Next / 奈斯特软件 |零售业 |47.41 |4.38 |25.62 |52.34 | |1311 |ICAP / ICAP公司 |多元化金融 |22.77 |2.49 |484.47 |32.07 | |1331 |Capita Group / 加德集团 |商业服务及供应 |43.41 |3.05 |38.31 |67.33 | |1366 |Thomas Cook Group / 通济隆集团 |商业服务及供应 |148.30 |0.25 |106.19 |29.99 | |1381 |Cable & Wireless / 大通电讯 |电信服务 |51.86 |2.03 |73.50 |53.19 | |1391 |FirstGroup / 第一集团 |运输 |88.01 |2.04 |84.08 |25.62 | |1430 |Petrofac / Petrofac公司 |石油及天然气 |37.58 |3.64 |35.49 |55.00 | |1445 |Land Securities Group / 兰德证券集团 |多元化金融 |11.68 |-73.85 |160.10 |72.49 | |1450 |Cairn Energy / 堆石能源 |石油及天然气 |2.99 |3.49 |36.20 |72.24 | |1491 |Amlin / Amlin再保险公司 |保险业 |22.01 |7.34 |83.48 |29.98 | |1506 |Rexam / 雷盛德奎 |材料 |78.61 |-0.47 |94.95 |36.92 | |1520 |Man Group/ 曼恩机器 |多元化金融 |20.59 |4.01 |55.65 |57.59 | |1523 |Schroders / 希罗德投资银行 |多元化金融 |16.33 |1.54 |165.00 |52.29 | |1538 |Bunzl / 邦邹纸业 |商业服务及供应 |75.10 |2.41 |40.39 |34.17 | |1546 |Amdocs / 阿姆多克斯 |软件及服务 |28.34 |3.40 |45.26 |60.84 | |1573 |Serco Group / 信佳集团 |商业服务及供应 |62.17 |2.04 |40.88 |41.59 | |1607 |London Stock Exchange / 伦敦证交所 |多元化金融 |9.55 |-4.81 |539.11 |27.53 | |1674 |Carillion / Carillion建筑公司 |建筑 |72.77 |2.14 |47.44 |17.10 | |1682 |Mondi / 蒙迪 |材料 |75.38 |-0.47 |88.49 |29.95 | |1688 |AMEC / 阿美科工 |建筑 |41.02 |2.77 |30.15 |40.12 | |1722 |Carphone Warehouse / 卡风 |零售业 |19.70 |7.82 |25.66 |25.46 | |1757 |British Land / 大英地产 |多元化金融 |8.14 |-55.21 |108.62 |57.64 | |1768 |Inmarsat / 国际海事卫星组织 |电信服务 |7.82 |2.79 |29.00 |51.01 | |1794 |DSG International Plc / DSG国际 |零售业 |121.70 |-3.25 |51.99 |15.97 | |1797 |Sage Group / 塞基集团 |软件及服务 |23.03 |3.03 |43.68 |46.57 | |1838 |Travis Perkins / 特拉维斯-佩尔金斯 |零售业 |47.35 |2.54 |50.56 |20.71 | |1874 |De La Rue Plc / 得利莱公司 |商业服务及供应 |7.15 |5.16 |6.15 |13.83 | |1896 |Cobham / Cobham公司 |宇航国防 |30.38 |3.00 |39.08 |42.17 | |1905 |Admiral Group / 英国旗舰保险公司 |保险业 |7.83 |2.40 |14.78 |50.36 | |1930 |Home Retail Group / 房屋零售集团 |零售业 |84.61 |-5.93 |58.47 |33.70 | |1940 |Inchcape / 英开普 |零售业 |91.38 |0.75 |50.25 |17.21 | |1966 |Aggreko / 亚力克 |资本货物 |16.54 |2.72 |18.01 |42.29 | |1975 |Liberty Intl / Liberty International公司 |多元化金融 |8.87 |-35.79 |108.28 |45.11 | |1989 |Autonomy / Autonomy公司 |软件及服务 |7.60 |1.97 |22.55 |56.51 | |

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