Last split(redirected from Last Splits)
After a stock split, the number of shares distributed for each share held and the date of the distribution.
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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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