Google added $65 Billion to its market cap on Friday
The search-engine giant added $65 billion to its market capitalization on Friday, more than the size of Hewlett-Packard Co. “The surge, following earnings that topped analyst estimates, is the biggest one-day gain in value ever for a U.S. company, according to data compiled by S&P Dow Jones Indices. Apple Inc. held the previous record, with a $46.4 billion surge in April 2012.” The shares are up 26% in five days, the biggest one-week advance since it went public in 2004. (VIEW LINK)
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