Microsoft (MSFT) Share Price Vs Apple (AAPL): Turn May Be Coming – Bloomberg

Microsoft (MSFT) Share Price Vs Apple (AAPL): Turn May Be Coming – Bloomberg

Microsoft (MSFT) Share Price Vs Apple (AAPL): Turn May Be Coming – Bloomberg 0 0 Alan Dickson

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Their valuations might be similar, but their business models are quite distinct. Much of Microsoft’s almost $200 billion of annual revenue comes from providing essential software and services to businesses. Meanwhile, Apple is more at the mercy of consumer demand and is exposed to markets like Europe and China. 

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