The e-commerce giant's market capitalization is now $797 billion; shares rose 3.4%
Amazon surpassed Microsoft today (Jan 7) and became the most valuable company in the world, with a market capitalization of $797 billion (R$ 2.9 trillion) at the end of the trading session. Shares of the tech giant rose 3.4%, closing the day at $1,629,51.
This ended a weekslong reign by Bill Gates' company. On Monday, Microsoft finished up 0.1% with a market capitalization of $784 billion (R$ 2.7 trillion), trading at $102,6.
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