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Microsoft's stock has hit its highest point since 1999 today with a price of $45.93, but the reason for the recent surge is not exactly clear but it could be related to upcoming Windows announcements.
Microsoft's stock price hit a 52-week high today which signals that the market is standing strongly behind the company's new CEO and the direction that the organization is heading with Windows.
Microsoft saw its stock price surge up today by 3.94 percent to reach a new 14 year high, thanks to investors who are hoping the company will be making an Office on iPad announcement next week.
Nokia's stock price jumped up a massive 35 percent in trading today following the news that Microsoft will acquire much of the company, while Microsoft's stock is down 5 percent.
Microsoft's stock price went down 11.40 percent in trading today on the NASDAQ stock market, as the company deals with the fallout of its latest financial results that failed expectations.
The price of Microsoft's stock was nearly flat at the end of trading today, although the stock briefly took a jump upwards after the official reveal of the Surface tablet price.
Facebook's stock price hit yet another new low on Tuesday, but its founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has pledged not to sell any of his own stock in the company for at least a year.
Facebook's stock price hit a new low of $19.07 a share today, a day after some early investors in the social networking service could finally sell off some of their holdings.
Investors in Apple didn't panic after Wednesday's announcement that Steve Jobs was resigning as CEO as the stock price fell only slightly in today's trading.
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