Apple Closes As The World’s Most Valuable Company

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Skyrocketing performance throughout this year, that proves Apple’s remarkable value as a company. And if we’re talking about trade-value, Apple have just passed ExxonMobil as the most-valuable publicly traded company. As reported, Apple makes it several times on top of ExxonMobil but unfortunately fell on behind when the trade closes yesterday. However, today Apple has stronger bid on top when the trade closes today ahead of ExxonMobil, making the company as the most valuable company in the world.

MacRumors reported that Apple closed the trade at $363.49 with market cap of $337.17 billion while Exxon Mobil ended at $68.03, with the company valued at $330.88 billion.

Accordingly, though the stock trade makes Apple on top of ExxonMobil, XOM still carries numbers that entails $10.7 billion in profit on $121.4 billion in revenue in the June quarter with 83,600 employees –it still remains a much bigger company. Steve’s clan posted $7.3 billion on $28.6 billion in revenue with 46,600 employees on the same quarter.

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