As of the close of trading on Wednesday, November 2, Apple’s market capitalization stood at $2.307 trillion. The capitalizations of Meta, Amazon and Alphabet (parent company of Google), combined, were 2.306 trillion dollars.
Overall, shares of big tech companies fell sharply last week following disappointing quarterly results. But compared to other digital giants, Apple is doing better.
At the close of trading on Wednesday, November 2, the manufacturer of the iPhone smartphone range recorded a market capitalization of up to $2.307 trillionaccording to data from Yahoo Finance.
He thus has far exceeded Meta, Amazon and Alphabet (parent company of Google) whose capitalizations, combined, amounted to only $2.306 trillion.
Alphabet’s market capitalization at last Wednesday’s close was $1.126 trillion, Amazon’s had reached $939.78 trillion, while Meta’s market capitalization was $240.07 trillion.
Over five sessions, Apple’s stock has increase of 0.16%, while those of Alphabet, Amazon and Meta have fallrespectively, by 5.7%, 17% and 7.6%.