Amazon briefly reached a market cap of over $1 trillion earlier today, becoming the second US-based company to cross the mark following Apple, which hit the magic thirteen digital number back in August, via CNBC.
The company’s stock reached a record high of $2,050.50 earlier today, enough to propel it past the $2,050.27 threshold it needed to cross the $1 trillion mark, although the price has since dropped back down. Given the volatile nature of the stock exchange and the fact that markets are still active, it’s likely Amazon will fluctuate back and forth beyond the $1 trillion mark for in the coming days.
Amazon is the second US-based company to hit a market cap of $1 trillion, and the third internationally (after PetroChina briefly…
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