Shares OutstandingView Financial Glossary Index
The volume of stock shares issued by the company and in the hands of the public. This number entails how much is being traded in the open market. A decreasing shares outstanding over time may be the result of company buybacks. Companies frequently make stock buybacks and retire those buybacks as treasury stock.
Shares outstanding represents a company's market value spread across the amount of shares outstanding. The amount of shares outstanding is frequently used in ratios such as Earnings Per Share.
- Additional Paid in Capital
- Authorized Stock
- Average Basic Shares Outstanding
- Average Diluted Shares Outstanding
- Book Value per Share
- Dividend Per Share
- Earnings per Share
- Market Capitalization
- Normalized Earnings per Share
- Revenue Per Share
- Stock Buyback
- Stock Dilution
- Tangible Book Value Per Share