An attendee wearing a large head in the likeness of Warren Buffett, chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., runs at the start of the “Berkshire Hathaway Invest In Yourself 5K” race (Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

Apple Is Buffett's Top Equity Holding, Surpassing Wells Fargo

Subscribe to Bloomberg | Quint
The Daily Newsletter
News & Stock Alerts

(Bloomberg) -- Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. has taken a real shine to Apple Inc.

Berkshire boosted its holding of the iPhone maker to $28 billion at year-end, surpassing its stake in Wells Fargo & Co., which was worth $27.8 billion on Dec. 31. That makes Apple its largest equity holding by market value, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

See also: Buffett’s bumpy ride with IBM draws to a close

Apple has continued to rally this year, increasing the value of Berkshire’s stake to $28.6 billion based on Thursday’s closing price. Meanwhile, its Wells Fargo holding has slumped to $27.5 billion. Buffett’s company also has been cutting its stake in the San Francisco-based lender to get below a regulatory threshold.

©2018 Bloomberg L.P.

Bloomberg
Stay Updated With Business News News On BloombergQuint
Subscribe to Bloomberg | Quint
The Daily Newsletter
News & Stock Alerts