For the first time, the Alphabet shares, under the umbrella of which Google operates, exceeded $1,000. This happens only a week after such an achievement was registered by the online giant Amazon.

At the opening of the stock exchange on June 5, one share of Alphabet traded for $997.89 Later in the day, the company’s securities rose to $1,007.15 to stabilize at the end of stock trading at $1,005.29, Bloomberg reported .

Amazon for the first time crossed the $1,000 limit on May 30. Then one share of an online company rose to $1,000.18, shortly thereafter, the quotes fell by $3, but rose again over $1,000 minutes later.

Meanwhile, Google retained its position as the most expensive brand in the world, in top 5 are also Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook, according to the regular monthly report of WPP and Kantar Millward Brown under The BrandZ Global Top 100.

The top three in the ranking remains unchanged, Amazon is making progress and Facebook retains the fifth position. The five companies form 25% of the total revenue of the 100 participants in the rating. Source: Bloomberg

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