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Since Apple and Tesla announced their stock splits earlier this summer, investors and analysts have been scrambling to figure out what the move could mean for the companies which both recently hit record highs. Now, the day of the stock splits is here.

Apple’s stock closed Friday at $124.81 — the price adjusted for the split — and immediately rose as the market opened this morning, reaching $129.95 in early afternoon trading. Meanwhile Tesla closed Friday at $442.68, and also began rising, as high as $481.04.

The jumps aren’t representative of the overall market as the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 200 points.