Apple’s stock hit a new high on Thursday, pushing the company’s market capitalization to US$456 billion. That’s more than the values of Google and Microsoft combined, notes “AppleInsider” (http://www.appleinsider.com).
As of this morning, Microsoft’s market cap was around $256.7 billion, while Google was approximately $198.9 billion. With Apple’s stock up more than 3% in morning trading, the company passed the combined totals of both Google and Microsoft.
What’s more, Apple is ahead of Exxon Mobil, which had a market cap of around $402 billion this morning. This gives Apple a value of more than $50 billion more than the oil giant, notes “AppleInsider.”