Since Apple Stock set a high on May 3 of $211.84, the stock has been in a steady decline.
On Friday May 24 the stock traded between a high of $182.14 and a low of $178.62. It closed just off the low at $178.97.
On Thursday May 23 the stock closed at $179.66. Thursday and Friday of last week were the first two trading days where the stock closed and traded below $180 since March 12.
Friday’s close marked a decline of $33.00 in the stock from the high of May 3 for a loss of 15.5%.
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