Apple’s market value jumps by a record-breaking $191 billion in one day


Apple is the most valuable company in the world in terms of market capitalization, clocking in at a figure that’s estimated to be over $3 trillion dollars at its recent best. Currently, the company sits at a valuation between $2.2 and $2.4 trillion, but the company recently took a massive single-day jump in its market capitalization, setting a stock market record.

A news report from Bloomberg highlighted this jump, which beats out a previous record from Amazon, from earlier in 2022.

Apple records the highest ever single-day market cap surge for a US-listed company

Bloomberg's chart showing Apple's single-day market cap jump

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Apple’s market cap jumped by a whopping $190.9 billion on Thursday, making it the biggest single-day jump from a US-listed company. Apple’s surge beat the previously held record by Amazon from February 2022, when the company’s valuation had jumped by $190.8 billion, says Bloomberg. Apple also now has four spots in the top five list of the biggest daily market cap gains, with Amazon taking the leftover spot.


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