Biggest Market Cap Changes in 2009: Apple, Exxon Lead

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by: TickerSense

In light of the huge moves this year, below we highlight the S&P 500 stocks that have had the largest changes in market cap. Year-to-date there are many stocks which have moved in excess of 50%, both up and down; several of those stocks appear below, along with some issues that might not be expected.

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has seen its market cap increase the most this year, although the stock is only up 35.90% versus some of the 50% and 60% gains shown below. On the opposite end of the spectrum, the company with the largest decrease in market cap has been Exxon Mobile (NYSE:XOM), though it's only down 11.76% compared to Citi's (NYSE:C) 57.53% decline and Bank of America's (NYSE:BAC) 46.02% drop.