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Stock split and fractional shares

One of the main reasons for the stock split is liquidity. By increasing the number of shares, the new price will be half or one-third, depending on the split ratio. Wouldn't it be possible to achieve ...
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Looking for stock splits and dividend history [duplicate]

Looking for stock splits and dividend history, every symbol for the last three years.
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How to correctly calculate the current market cap

I'm having a trouble with the question which may seem very easy at a first sight. Basically, to calculate a market cap we just need to take the current price and multiply it by the number of ...
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Verify the split history of BF.A

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/BF-A/history?period1=1517875200&period2=1518134400&interval=1d&filter=history&frequency=1d&includeAdjustedClose=true Yahoo Finance says BF-A has a ...
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How to verify the split history of SPB?

https://www.splithistory.com/spb/ I see a 162 for 1000 reverse split of SPB on 07/16/2018 as shown above. But the stock open price on 07/16/2018 is 82.70, the stock close price on 07/13/2018 is 82.72. ...
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how to adjust very old stock price correctly

lets say that i have a file stating a stock and the price which someone paid for it and the date. for example: apple (AAPL) 422$ 15/11/2011. now apple have gone through many splits and possibly public ...
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What happens when you buy call options on a stock that does a stock split

suppose i say lyft in 2023 will be worth more then 50 per share (the current call price for the option). suppose im right and each share is worth 75, but in the interim lyft announces a 2-1 stock ...
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Asset Pricing and Negative Prices

I am running an asset pricing study. The data is from 1990 to 2020. When the data is adjusted for dividends and splits, stock prices of several firms become negative. How does one handle negative ...
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Greeks and splits

Should we adjust greeks on stock splits? Let's just ask about splits instead of reverse splits. I'm also interested how answers change if we change models/assumptions. I have some contradicting ...
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Do corporate events happen intraday?

Does any corporate event that affects the stock price/shares outstanding happen during the trading session in vanilla US Common stocks or predominantly at night ?
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Stock spilt not reflected in historical data

According to this article, Apple's stock split 7:1 on June 9, 2014. The stock supposedly closed at around \$645 on June 6 and was supposed to open at around \$92 on June 9. I confirmed that a split ...
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Is the historical volume data from Yahoo-Finance adjusted for splits?

I have been looking for an answer on the Internet for this question for a while, but I could not find anything. I understand that the price data of the historical data from Yahoo-Finance is adjusted ...
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Identify stock split from historical price data

I have price series data with open, high, low, close and adjusted close for different companies. I am not sure whether this data is adjusted for stock splits or not and would like to know how to check ...
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How to adjust trading volume based on stock splits?

Does anyone know how to adjust trading volume based on stock splits? Here is an example of ANA (9202.T) on 2017-09-27. A stock split happened with factor 1:10. <...
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Yahoo data meaning of "close" and "adjusted close"

When there's a 2-for-1 stock split, the number of shares doubles, while the value of the stock halves For symbol 2154 on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, there was such a 2-for-1 split on 2016/3/29. ...
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Handling upcoming corporate actions for equity portfolio

I have an equity statarb strategy developed using CRSP daily data. The strategy is always invested (long or short) in around 400 stocks. The ...
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Yahoo finance, interactive chart and historical prices are different

I am very new to the stocks. I checked the TNTE.AS stock on Yahoo Finance website. Here it provides "Interactive Chart" and "Historical Prices". But I found they are showing different values. For ...
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Yahoo OHLC data reflects nonexistant stock split

Can anyone explain why the OHLC data I'm getting from yahoo appears to reflect stock splits during times when no significant corporate actions have occurred? For example, I'm looking at ABT and yahoo ...
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What is the distribution of stock splits?

I want to know how rare are splits more extreme than, say, 7:1 (and reverse splits similarly). An answer here points to announcements on Yahoo Finance, but apparently only monthly views. What is a ...
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Free stock split history data source?

Does anyone know of a reliable (free) source of historical stock split information? There's a YQL api for pulling down 'key stats' on a symbol but it only contains the LastSplitDate. Adjusted close ...
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Google historical prices on Yahoo Finance before split?

I recently noticed that the price history for Google (GOOG) on Yahoo Finance only goes back to when the stock split. For a while I thought they just hadn't gotten around to adjusting the close prices ...
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