Split Adjusted

Split Adjusted

Describing what the price of a stock would be had a stock split not taken place. Stock splits often occur when publicly-traded companies wish to reduce their share prices to keep their stocks affordable. One can calculate a stock's split adjusted value by multiplying the current share price by the split ratio. For example, suppose a stock trading at $75 per share has a 3:1 stock split. This would send the share price to $25. If the share price then rises to $45, the split adjusted value is $45 * 3, or $135.
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15 per share on a split-adjusted basis, an increase of 50% over the current quarterly cash dividend, split adjusted, of $0.
50, respectively, which on a split adjusted basis is $38.
333 cents per share dividend is the split adjusted equivalent of the previous dividend rate of 17 cents per share.
The stock will begin trading split adjusted November 15th, under the ticker symbol CTCK.
The stock will begin trading split adjusted November 15th with a new trading symbol to be announced.
The stock is now up roughly 50% for the month of September after opening the year at a split adjusted $12.
The current dividend represents an increase of 25% over the stock split adjusted dividend of $0.
During his tenure, Rogers experienced its most profitable seven-year period in the Company's more than 170-year history, including a split adjusted stock appreciation of over 380%.
On February 5, 1997, EPIQ Systems' stock debuted on the NASDAQ Market at a split adjusted price of $1.
Since September 1996, the Company has repurchased approximately 67 million shares (on a split adjusted basis) and has approximately 1.
On a split adjusted basis, the annualized dividend rate will be 72 cents per share (18 cents per quarter).