ETFs in Focus as Microsoft Races Past Apple

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ETFs in Focus as Microsoft Races Past Apple

Microsoft MSFT surpassed Apple AAPL on Nov 26 to be the most valuable publicly traded company Though it happened for a brief period of time there could be some possible indications for investors going forward This happened for the first time in eight years The market value of the

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