Companies With the Biggest Corporate Debt

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35. Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM)
> Long-term debt: $20.5 billion
> Debt-to-equity ratio: 0.10
> Annual revenue: $290.2 billion
> Industry: Energy

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34. Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG)
> Long-term debt: $20.9 billion
> Debt-to-equity ratio: 0.39
> Annual revenue: $66.8 billion
> Industry: Household products

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33. American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL)
> Long-term debt: $21.2 billion
> Debt-to-equity ratio: -125.32
> Annual revenue: $44.5 billion
> Industry: Airlines

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32. Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN)
> Long-term debt: $23.5 billion
> Debt-to-equity ratio: 0.54
> Annual revenue: $232.9 billion
> Industry: Online retail

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31. Enterprise Products Partners (NYSE: EPD)
> Long-term debt: $24.7 billion
> Debt-to-equity ratio: 1.02
> Annual revenue: $36.5 billion
> Industry: Energy