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AAPL Slide Continues, Closes at $153.76

AAPL Slide Continues, Closes at $153.76

by , 4:50 PM EST, November 12th, 2007

Apple shares fell to US$153.76 in afternoon trading on Monday, continuing a slide than began last week amidst general concern about the U.S. economy, gasoline prices, the housing market, and holiday buying prospects.

The decline is down US$11.61 from opening, or -6.56 percent. The last time AAPL was in the $153 range was late September, 2007.


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In the interest of full disclosure, the author holds a small share in AAPL stock that was not an influence in the creation of this article.

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