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Compared to U.S. Cities

If you compared the value of Apple to the annual production of goods and services in major U.S. cities, the company is worth more than most of the country’s major metropolitan areas. Apple’s market cap makes it almost the size of Chicago’s gross metropolitan product (GMP), according to numbers from Greyhill advisors.

Using these numbers, Apple‘s total market value is about twice the size of Miami’s annual production ($257 billion) and far outpaces San Francisco ($325 billion), the city closest to Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino. Aside from Chicago, the only larger cities are New York and Los Angeles, by annual production.

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