Apple shares continue upward surge; hit new all-time highs in morning trading

Apple shares continued to climb in morning trading today, hitting new all-time intra-day highs. Apple shares currently stand at $92.93, up $2.62 or 2.9% on heavy volume of 13,153,296 for the Friday following Thanksgiving in the U.S.

The NASDAQ was closed yesterday for the holiday. On Wednesday, Apple Computer shares cracked the $90 mark to hit a new all-time closing high for third straight day of $90.31, up $1.71 or 1.93%, on volume of 23,831,895 shares. On Tuesday, Apple shares also closed at an all-time high of $88.60. On Monday, Apple shares closed at an all-time high of $86.47.

With 852,988,000 shares outstanding, Apple’s market value currently stands at $78,944,039,400.

Apple’s 52-week low was $50.16, set on July 14, 2006.

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  1. It’s being helped by the complete and utter failure of the Zune.

    Look forward to the same thing when people start trying to use Vista.

    Ho ho, MS is sinking in its own excebale swamp of bad taste..

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