Apple stock closes down 4.15% in largest point drop plunge

Apple stock closes down 4.15% in largest point drop plunge

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Apple stock has shifted downward dramatically over the last week, falling from a 52 week high of 644 down to close at 580 today. Today's drop amounted to $25.10, which appeared to be its largest single point drop....
Apple stock closes down 4.15% in largest point drop plunge
     

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