Apple pops in Monday’s trading


Philip Elmer-DeWitt is a senior editor at Fortune.

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Stocks across the board have been whipsawed in the craziness of the past week, but few more violently than Apple (aapl).

Its share price dropped nearly 20% during Thursday's free fall before bouncing back to a 3.8% loss. It lost another 4.2% the next day.

But like most tech stocks, it outpaced the Dow on Monday, closing at $253.99, up $18.13 (7.69%) to the Dow's 3.9%.

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