• Apple, the most valuable publicly traded company, has seen its market capitalization trimmed by over $200 billion since Wednesday, when the Fed raised interest rates by a half percentage point.
  • Staples like Campbell Soup, General Mills and J.M. Smucker have outpaced Big Tech in the past three trading days.

The world's largest technology companies have shed over $1 trillion in value in just three trading sessions.

Stocks at large have sold off since the Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate on Wednesday, but technology has endured more pain than other sectors of the economy.