In August, Apple became the first U.S. firm to reach a market cap of more than $1 trillion, and coasted through most of 2018 as the highest-valued company in the world.
But over the past three months, the tech giant's stock price has been in a free fall — and the firm blames China's economy.
What are the details?
According to Business Insider, $450 billion has been wiped from Apple's value since the company hit its peak on Oct. 3. To put it that number into perspective, Facebook is currently...
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