Get Apple Inc. Reportmay dominate the market for smart phones, but its no longer the world''s largest company is due to market capitalization.
Saudi Arabia''s largest oil company Saudi Aramco paid for it on Wednesday, when Aramco''s market-cap sank to $2.43 trillion, compared to $2.37 trillion for Apple.
Aramco shares are trading on the Saudi Tadawul stock exchange in riyals. The company has benefitted from the increase in oil prices this year. Oil prices have increased by 42 percent year to date. At the same time, Apple has experienced supply chain depreciation in China.
Apple''s financial or financial strengths, according to James Meyer, the chief investment officer at Tower Bridge Advisors, have improved. They are the beneficiaries of inflation and a lack of supply.
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Morningstar analyst Abhinav Davuluri believes Apple is overvalued. He puts fair value at $130, compared to the company''s previous estimate of $142.32.
Despite supply chain constraints and the ongoing chip shortage, Apples'' results for the quarter ended March 26 surpassed our estimates. Davuluri wrote in a statement.
For the March quarter, demand for the company''s latest iPhone 13 and MacBook Pro drove record iPhone and Mac revenue.
We remain positive about Apple''s capability to extract sales from its established base through new products and services, according to the President.
Management predicts revenue from June to September to be $4 billion to $8 billion lower than expected. This is owing to supply concerns related to Covid-19''s problems, the ongoing chip shortage, decreased customer demand in China, foreign exchange prices, and a pause in sales in Russia.
As demand for Covid-19 decreased, we anticipate a long-term outcome of great revenue growth. According to Davuluri.