Market Cap

5 Most Valuable U.S. Tech Companies Lose $162 Billion in Market Value

Sparked by widespread concerns of a worsening trade war with China, the five biggest U.S. tech companies, including Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft, and Facebook, lost a combined $162 billion USD in shareholder value on Monday, that also marked that worst day of 2019 for the broader market (via CNBC). Last week, President Donald Trump tweeted...

Apple’s Market Capital Surpasses $900 Billion Mark

The iPhone maker has just become the first publicly traded U.S. company to reach a $900 billion market capitalization. As reported by MarketWatch, Apple passed the mark for the first time in intraday trade earlier today. Analysts believes the Cupertino tech giant has hit the milestone following its Q4 earnings report last week that showed optimism...

Snap Opens IPO with Larger Market Cap Than These 17 Companies

Snap Inc. officially started trading today with an opening price of $24 per share, which was higher than the initially reported $17 per share. Based on the opening price, the market capitalization (value of total outstanding shares) of Snap Inc. increased to $33 billion. Early investors in the company are better that Snap will be...

Graphical Visualization of Apple’s Record Setting Market Cap [GRAPHIC]

Back in 2012, Apple’s stock (AAPL) made the Cupertino company’s market value break Microsoft’s old record of $616.3 billion market capitalization set in 1999, while more recently, it became the first stock to ever trade above $700 billion market cap. Keeping in view this record setting market capitalization, Visual Capitalist has come up with a graphic that visualizes...