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Stagnant holiday projections puts Apple's trillion dollar valuation at risk

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Apple's recent stock plunge could kick the company out of the $1 trillion dollar valuation club if the selloff continues, reports the Wall Street Journal.

The big picture: Apple fell 6.7% after announcing its decision to stop reporting device unit sales in future results and a weak financial outlook for the key upcoming holiday quarter. If the stock falls below $207.04 — it hit $207.30 in early morning trading — the company's valuation will fall under a trillion. However, Apple's stock is up 23% so far this year.

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