AutoNation Shares Outstanding 2010-2024 | AN

AutoNation shares outstanding history from 2010 to 2024. Shares outstanding can be defined as the number of shares held by shareholders (including insiders) assuming conversion of all convertible debt, securities, warrants and options. This metric excludes the company's treasury shares.
  • AutoNation shares outstanding for the quarter ending March 31, 2024 were 0.042B, a 11.13% decline year-over-year.
  • AutoNation 2023 shares outstanding were 0.045B, a 20.81% decline from 2022.
  • AutoNation 2022 shares outstanding were 0.057B, a 24.4% decline from 2021.
  • AutoNation 2021 shares outstanding were 0.075B, a 15.45% decline from 2020.
AutoNation Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2023 45
2022 57
2021 75
2020 89
2019 91
2018 91
2017 98
2016 104
2015 114
2014 119
2013 123
2012 126
2011 147
2010 159
2009 177
AutoNation Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2024-03-31 42
2023-12-31 45
2023-09-30 44
2023-06-30 45
2023-03-31 48
2022-12-31 57
2022-09-30 56
2022-06-30 58
2022-03-31 63
2021-12-31 75
2021-09-30 71
2021-06-30 80
2021-03-31 84
2020-12-31 89
2020-09-30 89
2020-06-30 88
2020-03-31 90
2019-12-31 91
2019-09-30 90
2019-06-30 90
2019-03-31 91
2018-12-31 91
2018-09-30 91
2018-06-30 91
2018-03-31 93
2017-12-31 98
2017-09-30 98
2017-06-30 102
2017-03-31 102
2016-12-31 104
2016-09-30 103
2016-06-30 104
2016-03-31 107
2015-12-31 114
2015-09-30 114
2015-06-30 115
2015-03-31 115
2014-12-31 119
2014-09-30 119
2014-06-30 121
2014-03-31 121
2013-12-31 123
2013-09-30 124
2013-06-30 123
2013-03-31 123
2012-12-31 126
2012-09-30 123
2012-06-30 124
2012-03-31 132
2011-12-31 141
2011-09-30 147
2011-06-30 150
2011-03-31 152
2010-12-31 150
2010-09-30 150
2010-06-30 163
2010-03-31 172
2009-12-31 177
2009-09-30 179
2009-06-30 179
2009-03-31 177
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Retail/Wholesale Retail and Wholesale Auto & Truck $6.998B $26.949B
AutoNation, Inc. is the largest automotive retailer in the United States. The company offers vehicle maintenance and repair services, vehicle parts, extended service contracts, vehicle protection products, and other aftermarket products. It arranges financing for vehicle purchases through third-party sources. Its core brands are: Toyota, Ford, Honda, General Motors, FCA US, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, BMW and Volkswagen. AutoNation's business is divided into 3 operating segments: Domestic, Import and Premium Luxury. The Domestic segment includes stores that sell vehicles manufactured by General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler; whereas the Import segment comprises stores that sell vehicles manufactured by Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Hyundai and others. The Premium Luxury segment includes stores that sell vehicles manufactured by Daimler, BMW, Toyota, Audi and others. Its diversified set of automotive retail franchises supports the automotive retailer's business, which is sensitive to macroeconomic conditions.
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