56 ratings investment observer Giving Apple (AAPL) stock puts it near the middle of the technology sector. AAPL’s overall rating of 56 means the stock scores better than 56 of all stocks, except for stocks that score better than 66% of stocks in the technology sector.
What do these ratings mean?
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What happened to Apple stock today?
Shares in Apple Inc (AAPL) were down -0.32% as of 10:41 AM on Monday, December 12th, while the S&P 500 gained 0.23%. AAPL was down -$0.46 from its previous close of $142.16 on a volume of 11,902,498 shares. Over the past year, the S&P 500 has lost -15.54%, while AAPL has lost -19.37%. AAPL has trailing 12-month EPS of $6.11 and a P/E ratio of 23.15. Click here for the full share report for the Apple Inc stock.
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