Apple Is Worth More Than All Of The Companies In These 10 Big Countries

Apple closed at $666 per share on Thursday, which gives it an extraordinary market capitalisation of $625 billion.

To put things in perspective, Bank of America’s Michael Hartnett compares it to the combined markets values of stocks in these 10 countries:

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Photo: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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