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Market Cap Leaders

The same 10 companies that held top spots in last week's market cap leaders list were there again this week, with only a little reshuffling of positions.

Noticeably, the new media mega-monster

AOL-Time Warner

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moved up from the No. 10 position last week -- its first time on the list as the new venture -- to the No. 7 spot this week. This shifted

Wal-Mart

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,

Intel

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, and

Vodafone

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all down one spot accordingly.

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ExxonMobil

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made a move downward on the list this week, dropping to the No. 4 slot from the No. 2 position last week.

Microsoft

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and

Cisco

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both moved up one slot, to the No. 2 and No. 3 positions, respectively, as a result of ExxonMobil's fall.

General Electric

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remains atop the list of market cap leaders again this week, with a value of $465.7 billion. GE maintains a healthy lead on second-ranked Microsoft with a disparity of about $140 billion between them.

The top-10 stocks now have a combined market cap of $2.78 trillion, up just slightly from last week.

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