Apple's falls 5.42% in normal trading, erasing $21.8 billion from its market valuation

Apple's falls 5.42% in normal trading, erasing $21.8 billion from its market valuation

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New Apple, once a company whose stock only knew a single direction, is in the midst of a painful decline. Today, for the first time since late 2011, the company’s stock traded below the $400 per share mark. The company ended the day’s trading at $402.59, a fall of 5.5 percent,...
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