Large-Cap Stocks

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Large-cap stocks are the largest traded companies with a market capitalization greater than a certain threshold limit which is also the highest limit of market capitalization for the mid-cap stocks. In reference to Australia, the threshold for market capitalization is AUD $5 Billion.

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