The stock fell 8% on Thursday, a Rotten day for technology stocks. This translates to a loss of approximately 180 billion in the market capitalization of iPhone manufacturers. It’s the biggest ODI loss in value for any company, but it still leaves Apple with a market cap of over $ 2 trillion. Big numbers are fun.
The previous ODI loss record was weird. Back in October 2008, he became a manufacturer of sports cars
They revealed that they had gained control over the majority voting shares
(VOW.Germany). That’s it Set up a huge small squeezeIt held Volkswagen shares 82% higher and briefly the most valuable company in the world at -348 billion dollars, which is very low by today’s standards.
The next day things normalized a bit and VW stock lost 44% or 3 153 billion in market value.
In the US, the biggest ODI market cap loss before 2020 was
(FB) on July 26, 2018, following the stock Earnings report the evening before. Facebook’s second-quarter results were good, with earnings and sales matching the Wall Street consensus. But following the Cambridge Analytica scandal and other pressures on the company’s business model, Facebook has warned that its revenue growth and profit margins will decline significantly in the coming quarters and years.
The next day the stock fell 19%, losing more than $ 119 billion in market value.
A pair of days in March 2020 saw more than $ 150 billion in market cap losses from Apple
Apple’s loss on Thursday was bigger than the individual market caps of 470 companies
37 or below 37 combined. This is the biggest drop since Apple stock fell 12.9% since March 16.
But, like the rest of Tech, the Apple stock is still green for practically any timeline. Adjusted for the recent stock split on Thursday, the $ 120.88 close was the lowest level since August 20—10 trading days ago. The stock has risen 65% since the beginning of 2020, and 127% compared to last year. It’s hard to feel bad about that return even after a rotten day.
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On Thursday, it closed 2.8%. The
Lost 3.5%, tech-heavy
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