Apple Inches Closer To Becoming 1st Company Worth $3 Trillion
Shares of Apple Inc. rose 1% on Monday, bringing the iPhone maker within spitting distance of becoming the world's first company to cross $3 trillion in market value, Reuters reported.
Photo Insert: Apple Rosenthaler Straße, the first Apple Store in the Mitte borough of Berlin, opened last December 2.
The company's stock was up about 1% at $181.12 on Monday, just under $2 shy of reaching the milestone. Last week, Apple's shares rose nearly 11% and hit record highs in four sessions.
Apple's shares have surged this year as investors remain confident that consumers will continue to shell out top dollar for iPhones, MacBooks, and services such as Apple TV and Apple Music.
When Apple hits the milestone, Microsoft Corp. would be the only company in the $2 trillion club, while Alphabet, Amazon, and Tesla (TSLA.O) have crossed $1 trillion.