Apple share price flirts with $200
Breaks barrier for first time ever, but slips back under at the bell
Computerworld - Apple Inc. shares broke the $200 mark for the first time ever today, then slipped back under the bar to close at $198.95.
The Cupertino, Calif. company's stock price breached the $200 barrier before 2 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Wednesday and peaked at $200.96. Within an hour and a half, however, it had dropped below $200 again. At the bell, shares were up 15 cents for the day, to $198.95.
In the last 52 weeks the stock swung from a low of $76.77 to Wednesday's high of $200.96. A year ago today, Apple's shares closed at $81.51
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