Despite the recent resignation of CEO Steve Jobs, the economic outlook for Apple has remained robust, Deadline.com reports.
The stock closed trading Monday at $411.63 a share — up 2.78% for the day to an all-time high, the story reports.
The market valuation for Apple was $381.6 billion, according to the report, up 10.14% since Jobs stepped aside for health reasons about a month ago. Jobs was replaced as CEO by Tim Cook.
Apple is currently the most valuable company in the stock market, surpassing Exxon Mobil, which previously held the top spot with a market valuation of $358.3 billion.