Amazon’s current market cap stands at only around $931 billion, Apple is worth $1.38 trillion, and Microsoft checks in today at a cool $1.27 trillion.
With a value of $632 billion, Facebook is largely seen as the next competitor to cross the $1 trillion line.
Who are the trillion dollar companies?
First 1 trillion dollar market capitalization companies
|First Passed trillion dollar Date||Company||Record value (in billions USD)|
|5 November 2007||PetroChina||1000|
|4 August 2018||Apple Inc.||1426|
|4 September 2018||Amazon||1000|
|7 June 2019||Microsoft Corp.||1400|
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Which is the first trillion dollar company?
The first company ever to hit a $1 trillion market cap (briefly) was PetroChina in 2007. And late last year, Saudi Aramco became the first $2 trillion company shortly after its debut on the Riyadh stock exchange in December.
Is Apple a trillion dollar company now?
Apple has regained its status as a trillion dollar company by market cap, which is its total outstanding shares multiplied by its stock price. Apple’s stock is up over three percent since it hosted its annual iPhone and Apple Watch event at Steve Jobs Theater yesterday.
Which is No 1 company in world?
The Top 100 Best-Performing Companies In The World, 2019
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Who is richer Amazon or Apple?
Amazon beats Apple and Google to become the world’s most valuable brand. Amazon has overtaken Google and Apple to become the world’s most valuable brand at $315.5 billion. Google is in third place, at $309 billion.
What is Apple’s net worth 2020?
Apple Net Worth 2020. As at January 2020, Apple Net Worth would be around $1.4 Trillion. This is a huge sum of money, but Apple Inc is a very large company. Therefore, this net worth is feasible.
Who owns the most shares of Apple?
Top 10 Owners of Apple Inc
|The Vanguard Group, Inc.||7.36%||321,838,023|
|Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. (Investm||5.60%||245,155,566|
|BlackRock Fund Advisors||4.34%||189,855,411|
|SSgA Funds Management, Inc.||4.18%||182,854,781|
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What is Apple’s 2020 worth?
Munster’s price target for Apple is $350 for 2020, 15% higher than current levels. If Wall Street were to come around to his target multiple (and that’s a big if), that would bring Apple’s market cap to approximately $1.7 trillion.