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Facebook’s stock rallied to an all-time high Friday, propelling the social network’s market valuation into the top 10 among all S&P 500 companies.

MarketWatch reports that the stock climbed 7.4% on the week, its biggest weekly gain in eight months.

That boosted Facebook’s market capitalization by $16.1bn to $231.6 billion, according to FactSet, passing blue-chip bank J.P. Morgan, at $228.2bn, in the process. Next up: General Electric, at $255bn.

The following are the top 10 companies by market cap in the S&P 500 the benchmark index that comprises 500 of the biggest U.S. companies:

Apple $742.6bn

Google $381.7bn

Berkshire Hathaway $357.6bn

Exxon Mobil $354.1bn

Microsoft $346.9bn

Wells Fargo $285.6bn

Johnson & Johnson* $282.8bn

Wal-Mart* $262.8bn

General Electric* $255bn

Facebook $231.6bn

*Dow Jones Industrial Average componentsSource: FactSet

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