It looks like October will conclude on a positive note for Microsoft and it is that last Friday the company managed to surpass Apple positioning itself as the most valuable company in the world.
According to CNBC, Microsoft surpassed Apple in market capitalization on Friday, October 29, and became the most valuable publicly traded company in the world.
This situation came after Apple failed to meet earnings expectations last Thursday as the company continues to face complications from supply chain constraints.
In that sense, although Apple still reported good figures in other sections, it should be noted that Microsoft also recently reported an increase of 22% percent in its income from products such as Office and Windows.
Thus, although this is not the first time that Microsoft has imposed itself on Apple in this section, last Friday the Widows company achieved a market capitalization of almost $ 2.49 trillion at the close of the market in contrast to the market capitalization of $ 2.46 trillion recorded by Apple.