Apple becomes world's second most valuable company

With today's 7 point stock jump Apple has become the world's second most valuable publicly traded company (after ExxonMobil) with a market capitalization north of $300 billion.

With today's 7 point stock jump Apple Inc. (AAPL) has become the world's second most valuable publicly traded company -- after ExxonMobil (XOM) -- with a market capitalization of over $300 billion. Apple passed Microsoft (MSFT) in May 2010 to become the most valuable tech stock.

Above is a one-year chart of the AAPL share price, which closed today at $327.57, +7.01 (2.17%)

Tip: Tyson Bilicki Via: Huffington Post

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