That's $1,331,200,000 in worldwide box-office, according to Box Office Mojo. (North American readers may be more familiar with the North American total of $651,965,583.)
That means it raked in $245.1 million (worldwide) from Monday through Thursday, yesterday. It means it's $10.3 million behind the current all-time #7, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, $73.8 million behind #6 Avengers: Age of Ultron, $183.8 million behind #5 Furious 7, #188.4 million behind #4 Marvel's The Avengers, $337.8 million behind #3 Jurassic World, $855.6 million behind #2 Titanic and $1.4568 billion behind #1 Avatar.
I predict that by the end of of the January 1-3 weekend, The Force Awakens will be 4th ($1.5196 billion+) or 3rd ($1.669 billion+) all-time. Maybe after this weekend's totals are in I will be more inclined to predict whether it will eventually be #3 or #2 or #1, before they decide to take it out of the theatres where for some reason we have such detailed information about its earnings, and start making undisclosed shiploads worth of cash from home video and TV.