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Apple fell 0.31 percent on Thursday to close at $434.33.
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Apple shed 0.71 percent on Thursday to end at $441.40.
It was big day for Apple, with its annual shareholders meeting set to take place at the company's headquarters.
Apple saw some late action, sparked by a tweet, to reverse losses from earlier and end the day 1.4 percent up at $449.
Apple fell almost 1.8 percent to $442.80 on Monday to start another week on a bad note.
Apple finally had a day in the green, closing 1.06 percent up at $450.81, but fell more than 3 percent for the week.
Apple saw some positive action toward the end of the trading day on Thursday following David Einhorn's conference call, but closed 0.62 percent down at $446.07.
It was a bad for Apple stock, which started tumbling in premarket trades and declined a total of 2.42 percent down to $448.85 until end of day.
It was a slow start back after the long weekend for Apple, which stayed under for most part of the day on Tuesday and closed just below $460.