A stock split is a division of stock that increases the number of shares issued as stipulated in Article 183 of the Corporation Law.
Although a stock split increases the number of shares issued, there is no change in net assets or capital. As a result, the price per share declines. The lower price makes the stock easier to buy and sell, which raises the stock's liquidity.
Stock Splits (Excel: 24KB)
|April, 2018||Split-ups of Stocks||1:2|
|May, 2000||Split-ups of Stocks||1:1.5|
|May, 1994||Split-ups of Stocks||1:1.2|
|May, 1993||Split-ups of Stocks||1:1.5|
|May, 1992||Split-ups of Stocks||1:1.4|
|May, 1991||Rights Offering||1:0.3|