Tech giant Apple has become the first U.S. company to top $1 trillion in market value.
With a market cap of $1 trillion, Apple has a value greater than the gross domestic product of most countries in the world, including Turkey, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan.
Other technology companies with high-flying, trendy stocks are expected to join Apple in the $1 trillion club before long.
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The stock was last up 2.4 per cent at US$206.41, a hair below US$1 trillion.
Other companies have come close to the mark, but no public United States company has hit a $1 trillion valuation. Jim Cramer, for example, recently argued that Apple shares could start approaching $300.
It began an ascent on Tuesday after reporting solid results in its latest quarter. After launching the iPhone - arguably its most famous product - in 2007, Apple now churns out over 40 million of the devices every quarter, helping it rake in $254.63 billion in revenue a year ago.
The rise is even more astonishing - 50,000% - since the company first listed in 1980. Amazon is valued at $870 billion, Google-parent Alphabet has a market valuation of $850 million and Microsoft's market cap is at just under $815 billion.