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Apple set a historical maximum of $180 billion market value loss

September 4, 2020
On Thursday, Apple's share value declined by 8%, which resulted in the market capitalization's drop of about $180 billion. This is the new historical maximum of a one-day capitalization decrease, though the company still has a market cap of more than $2 trillion.

Amid the news, some of the company's bonds suffered a drop, but only today:
  • 3.35% 9feb2027 note has fallen from 114,91% yesterday's close to 114,58% today
  • Longer-term bonds demonstrated more noticeable changes, 4.5% 23feb2036 bond has slipped to 133,43% versus 134,60% yesterday. 2.4% 20aug2050 security has suffered the most dramatic decline and moved to 100,96% comparing to yesterday's price of 102,17%.
The company has 63 outstanding Eurobonds denominated in Euro, USD, and CHF.

The price figures correspond to the latest data of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
Company — Apple
  • Full name
    Apple Inc
  • Registration country
  • Industry
    Information and High Technologies