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Apple racing to $1 trillion in market value

USATODAY.com Thursday, 17 May 2018
Apple racing to $1 trillion in market valueApple is racing to become the first publicly traded stock to attain a market value of $1 trillion.
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New Delhi, May 14 (ANI): America's multinational technology company Apple is getting closer to becoming the first $1 trillion United States public company. The stock market values it at $964 billion. The iPhone maker's shares recently surged after it unveiled its budget to buy back $100...

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