Google Last Traded At Whooping $727.50, Up Over 9 Percent, Says Apple That Someone Else Is Also In The Race

Posted on Sep 20 2012 - 6:34am by Editorial Staff

With Apple’s new iPhone 5 launch and broking the sales record of over pre-order of 2 million units in the first 24 hours  results in regular trading closing at $699.80, up over $8 or over 1% two days back, but the Cupertino-giant is not the only company who is running in the race.

I am talking about Google here, since early September the company saw share price crossing the $700 threshold, hitting a price that the search giant never seen since 2007. A year ago, Google shares were traded at about $480 and in the last day trading it was closed at whooping $727.50 per share, up more than 9 percent, reaching another 52-week high.

This gives a clear idea that Apple is not the only one who is in the race of being the biggest.

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