Apple stock sees biggest single-day move in 11 years
What you need to know
- After a drastic tumble last week, Apple's stock is enjoying a resurgence.
- Stock climbed 9.31% or $25.45 yesterday, March 2.
- That's the biggest single-day move in 11 years.
Apple's stock is back on the up after a fairly drastic tumble last week, enjoying its biggest single-day move in 11 years on March 2.
As Barron's notes:
Last week, Apple stocked plunged 20% from its January 29 high of $327.85 per share, bottoming out at around $258.
However, since the start of the week, Apple's share price is back on the up, reversing much of February's late spiral. As Neil Cybart notes, Apple's market cap has increased by the value of Netflix, or Spotify and Nike combined, over the last two days:
Apple's market cap has increased by $180B over the past two trading days. That's equivalent to a Netflix. Or a Nike and Spotify put together.Apple's market cap has increased by $180B over the past two trading days. That's equivalent to a Netflix. Or a Nike and Spotify put together.— Neil Cybart (@neilcybart) March 2, 2020March 2, 2020
Pre-market trading is up ever-so-slightly, with signs that AAPL may resurface above the $300 mark today, March 3. According to Evan Niu, market resurgence as a whole seems to have been buoyed by the realization that the coronavirus outbreak may simply delay some sales, rather than see them lost altogether. An investors note from Uerkwitz stated:
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