The retail giant Jolies stock price has jumped nearly 1,500% since the election and is now trading at $14.10 a share.
The stock has jumped from just over $8 in January, when the company announced a deal to acquire The Gap.
Jolies shares are up nearly 30% since Election Day.
With its stock up more than 20% in less than two weeks, the retailer has made gains of nearly 500%.
The news that Jolier is buying the Gap is a huge deal for the retailer, which has struggled to recover from the financial crisis.
And it has led to speculation that the deal will create a new Walmart in the Gap territory, which would create a huge headache for retailers like J.C. Penney and other big retailers.
Trump’s election helped spur the deal.