Last split

Last split

After a stock split, the number of shares distributed for each share held and the date of the distribution.

Last Split

The extra shares one receives in exchange for former shares following a stock split. A stock split is a situation where a company increases the number of shares outstanding by declaring that each share is now worth a given number of new shares. For example, a stock split may divide each share in three. The last split is the number of new shares a stockholder receives.
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Harris and I had a bit of a row over it, but at last split the difference, and said half-past six.
The last split in the union came in 1921 when 26 counties in the south of Ireland broke away to become the Irish Free State, later the Republic of Ireland in 1949, leaving six counties behind in Northern Ireland and in the union.
The 20-year-old pop brat, who last split with the 'Come And Get It' singer shortly after the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April, shared a black and white picture of them on Instagram, where Bieber's head was seen resting in Gomez's arms as she looked into the camera, writing "our love is unconditional", Contactmusic, reported.
Ayiik lost her husband in 1992 during Machar's last split from the SPLM/A.
Interestingly, 54% of recently single people also said their ideal future partner would be good with cash, and two-fifths of those said financial problems were at least partly to blame for their last split.
I escaped at the last split second and thought I was safe - but they'd packed the coffin with explosives so it would blow up when hit by the car.
The on/off couple, who last split last month, spent a couple of days discussing how they can make their five-year romance work with thousands of miles between them.
If the company goes in for split or consolidation, it will not be permitted to do so again for a period of three years from the date of the last split / consolidation.
Her team encouraged the last split because he was screwing up his life, and, consequently, her reputation.
The company last split its stock in June 2001 when it distributed to shareholders one share of common stock for each share outstanding.
With 18 minutes remaining, Aberavon replacement centre Liam Gadd at last split the Bedwas defence with a superb solo try.
He caught Samaras out of the corner of his eye in the last split second and jumped to lever himself up.