What was the peak share price of Standard Oil Trust in the 1980s?
In the 1980s Standard Oil had a portfolio of stocks. The price for Standard Oil was a result of adding these together. They all had different highs and lows. In 1982 the combined portfolio stock price for Standard Oil was $137.02 per share.
When a business needs to raise cash, they arrange to sell shares of the business to individual people. There are regulations to be followed, but basically a share is a piece of ownership of the company. If you buy a share, you own that much of the company. The share price is what you have to pay for it. If a lot of people want the shares, and there aren't enough to go around, the… Read More
YES. The current Israeli-Lebanese border (as of 2016) was the border that was operative in the 1980s. However, from 1982-2000 Israel maintained a military occupation of the southernmost parts of Lebanon. These regions were never annexed to Israel, Israeli settlers were not permitted to settle there, and Lebanese inhabitants were never evicted. (It is worthwhile to note that there is a slight difference in the location of Israeli-Lebanese border as concerns the town of Ghajar… Read More
Determinant of share price
How can the price of a company's share be less than the face value of the share?" How can the price of a company's share be less than the face value of the share?"
You do have a claim in your late husband's share of a family trust if that trust was willed to you by your husband. You can hire an attorney to help settle the trust.
Share price refers to the price of a particular company's share that is being traded in any stock market at that particular time.
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share premium could be calculated as by getting the difference between the market price of the share and its nominal price. Formula: Share Premium= Market Price - Nominal Price
it's face value is the minimum price of the share
Can you answer this question? "Why can fair price be higher than share price?" The answer would be very similar to both questions.^^
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what is the current price of one share of Microsoft stock
the price earnings ratio is simply earnings-per-share divided by the share price. OOPS! I got that upside down! It is the share price divided by the earnings per share. The earnings figure might be for the trailing twelve months (ttm) or earnings estimated for the next four quarters.
The quote "Share and share alike, and you trust they will take care of" comes from the hit television show named Dukes of Hazzard. This show ran its course from January 26, 1979 to February 8, 1985.
The share price according to their historical chart was about $30/share
No, a reduction in a company's share price has no effect on the company's profits.
A share price is the price of a single share of a company's stock. Once the stock is purchased, the owner becomes a shareholder of the company that issued the share. The price is calculated by dividing the market capitalization by the total number of shares outstanding. When viewed over long periods, the share price is directly related to the earnings and dividends of the firm. Over short periods, especially for younger or smaller firms… Read More
It depends what stock market you are buying. For example, Face-book is above $100 per share. Though if you want the average here is some steps; The average price per share is determined by dividing the cost of acquiring the shares by the number of shares purchased. The average price per share can seem complicated to determine if an investor has purchased different quantities of a stock at different prices. An example of determining an… Read More
In the 1980s, communist China tried to take over farmer land. Farmers were allowed to keep their land, provided that they paid a share of their income to the state.
the difference between Profit maximisation and share price maximisation
If I buy one share when my stock falls will all my previous bought shares equal that price - or does each share equal the price you bought it?
A share is worth whatever the market price is. The starting value for measuring gains is the price each individual share was purchased for. Any other method would allow the investor to manipulate the starting price and avoid paying taxes.
The fluctuation in price of shares stems from a company's profit or ability to earn profit. If profitability increases, then share price increases also.
1. Stock price per share can be calculated by using the total share capital amount and number of shares outstanding during the financial year. Example: number of shares outstanding = 10 share capital = 100 share price per unit = 100 / 10 = 10 per share
The share value is the value or price of a single share of saleable stock from a company. The stock price of a company is the current value of the company's future cash flow.
Why is the goal of financial management to maximiize the current share price of the company's stock in other words why isn't the goal to maximize the future share price?
Maximizing the current share price is the same as maximizing the future share price at any future period. The value of a share of stock depends on all of the future cash flows of company. Another way to look at this is that, barring large cash payments to shareholders, the expected price of the stock must be higher in the future than it is today. Who would buy a stock for $100 today when the… Read More
The dividend divided by the price per share - that % is your yield. If a dividend is $1 and the share price is $20, your yield is 5%
rio tinto share price on 31/03/1982
Market value should be Total # of Shares outstanding X Share price
The price investors pay for a share of the company is based primarily on the market value of the securities in the portfolio
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Market value per share can be defined as the price at which stocks are bought or sold. The market value per share is the current price of the stock.
Do you mean price per share
The blank percent is found by dividing the annual per share dividend by the closing price per share?
By dividing the annual per share dividend by the closing price per share, the figure found is the P/E ratio. P/E ratio stands for price to earnings ratio, and the figure shows how much per share investors earn.
Any move away from the fundamental share price would be considered artificial. Such an example may be speculation that causes a bubble (e.g. the dot com bubble). Another example is legislative intervention that limits share price movement, reporting, etc. Again the share price is less likely to reflect the fundamental value of the company.
the want to konw about what is the today market for that share and how much buyer and seller are their for this particular share if the buyer demand high then obviusly the share price high and the seller demand are high then also price down for that particular share if the price is decresing demand is incresing and price is incresing demand is decresing the basic tag line of economices
Anyone can find the Bank of Ireland's latest share price on the official Yahoo Finance webpage. There is also some in depth detailed information on the latest share price from the Bank of Ireland's official website.
Is the Price/Earnings ratio. You can find it by taking the market price per share and dividing it by the annual earnings per share.
If a company is publicly traded, the company itself does NOT decide the price of its shares, the market does. A share of stock trades for what an investor is willing to pay for it. Thus, if many investors are interested in buying a stock, its share price will rise. If there isn't much interest, its price will fall. Basic supply and demand.
Market price per share of common stock is a calculated metric used to determine if the price of a stock is a good buy. The market price per share is calculated by taking the net income of a company and subtracting the preferred dividends and number of common shares outstanding.
A floor price is a group-imposed price limit on how low a price can be charged for a product.
A price of $56.47/share was traded after hours today (July 2, 2009) at 4:24 PM EDT
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Percent of increase is the product of changes in price over the original price with 100%. That is: percent increase = (changes in price/original price) x 100%. For example: In a year period, the price of a stock increased from 50 dollars a share to 59 dollars a share. To find the percent of increase in the share price, compare the change in price to the original price: percent increase = (changes in price/original price)… Read More
Berkshire Hathaway has never had a stock split and today the price is $109,000 per share but I know it has traded as high as $175,000 per share. Improved answer; Vana Blue (VBLU) reached as high as $206,249/share in September of 2000.
What is the Price and Earnings ratio when a company has an Earnings Per Share of 2.00 and a cash flow per share of 3.00 and a price and cash flow ratio of 8.0?
A company has an EPS of $2.00 Cash flow per share of $3.00 Price/cash flow ratio of 8.0x What is its P/E ratio? Price Per Earnings Ratio = Market Value Per Share / Earnings Per Share (EPS) 8.0 x 3.00 = 24 24/2 P/E = 12X
GM stock price in 1984 was- $73.9375 a share.
current price of OGDCL share is 172 Pakistani rupees.
I think that it was $44 a share in early May 1966.
Face value of a share is the minimum value at which a share must be offered to the public. this represents the intrinsic value of the share. Offer price is the price at which people can buy the share in the market. For example: Reliance power offered equity shares of face value Rs. 10 at around Rs. 430 odd a few months back. (I am not exactly sure of the offer price of Reliance power)… Read More
Why is the goal of financial management to maximize the current share price of the company's stock instead of maximizing the future share price?
The question is misleading. In fact the goal of financial management is to maximize future share prices. Current share prices are a reflection of past financial decisions. David