Apple Becomes First U.S. Company to Reach $2 Trillion Market Value
Apple continues to experience a surge and has become the first U.S. publicly traded company to top a staggering $2 trillion in market value, after its shares topped $467.77 USD, required to hit the incredible market cap.
According to CNBC, Apple was the first U.S. company to reach $1 trillion in market cap in August 2018, and now it has again become the first to hit $2 trillion.
Back on July 31, Apple topped Saudi Aramco to become the most valuable publicly traded company on the planet.
Despite hitting a low during the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in March, Apple has since more than doubled.
Apple is currently trading at $468.13 per share, up 1.27% for the day as of writing.
While Apple is now worth $2 trillion, Siri still cannot handle a request to remind you to buy milk on the way home from work. We might need another couple trillion for that to happen.