Apple’s Market Cap Reaches $621B, Now The Most Valuable Public Company Of All Time

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Apple is now the most valuable company of all time, with the Cupertino-based company’s market cap reaching a high of $621 billion. The company’s stock is trading at $664.12 per share, and reached a record price of $664.74 per share in trading today.

Microsoft previously set the record for a public company’s valuation at $618.9 billion in December of 1999.

However, this doesn’t account for inflation. With inflation, Microsoft was worth about $850 billion in 1999.

Apple’s shares have been trading higher on the rumors of an iPad mini in production and a more powerful version of Apple TV. And of course, there’s been a frenzy around the upcoming release of the iPhone 5.