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Apple 2018 year in review: 7 high and low moments worth remembering

Apple 2018 year in review: 7 high and low moments worth remembering

2018 was the year when Apple became the first public company to hit -- then lose -- a $1 trillion valuation; it also hit several other notable milestones.

Apple temporarily loses its $1 trillion market cap

There was a lot to be enthusiastic about from yesterday’s Apple earnings, but some investors are rattled by weaker-than-expected iPhone sales. As a result, Apple’s valuation dipped below the $1

Amazon becomes the next $1 trillion company after Apple

Amazon became the second member of the $1 Trillion Club this morning – then left it after stock prices dipped. Amazon crossed the threshold at $2050.27, five weeks after Apple was first to reach $1

Watch out, Apple: Amazon could be worth $2.5 trillion by 2024

Apple may have pipped Amazon to the post by being the first company to hit $1 trillion (despite some predictions to the contrary), but Amazon has nothing but good things in its future. According to a

Apple is bigger than all these companies — combined!

Apple’s market capitalization passed $1 trillion today. It’s hard to wrap your head around such a large number, so let’s do some comparisons. But be warned, you might have a hard time believing how
Apple becomes first U.S. company to hit $1 trillion market cap

Apple becomes first U.S. company to hit $1 trillion market cap

Following its release of record third-quarter 2018 earnings on Tuesday, Apple today became the first U.S. company to hit a $1 trillion market capitalization. Apple's stock approached the milestone

Amazon is closing in on Apple to hit $1 trillion valuation

As the first company in history to pass the $700, $800, and $900 billion marks, Apple has long looked set to become the world’s first ever $1 trillion company. But Amazon is rapidly closing in on it.
Indian markets have just lost over $75 billion—but it’s not all Jaitley’s fault

Indian markets have just lost over $75 billion—but it’s not all Jaitley’s fault

What started as a jeering for Indian finance minister Arun Jaitley’s budget announcement of long-term capital gains tax (LTCG) on Friday afternoon on Feb. 02…