GAIN Capital Holdings Shares Outstanding 2009-2018 | GCAP

GAIN Capital Holdings shares outstanding from 2009 to 2018. 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.
GAIN Capital Holdings Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2017 47
2016 49
2015 48
2014 43
2013 40
2012 38
2011 39
2010 38
2009 37
2008 34
GAIN Capital Holdings Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
Q3 2018 45
Q2 2018 45
Q1 2018 46
Q4 2017 47
Q3 2017 46
Q2 2017 48
Q1 2017 48
Q4 2016 49
Q3 2016 49
Q2 2016 49
Q1 2016 49
Q4 2015 48
Q3 2015 50
Q2 2015 49
Q1 2015 44
Q4 2014 43
Q3 2014 44
Q2 2014 40
Q1 2014 43
Q4 2013 40
Q3 2013 40
Q2 2013 39
Q1 2013 37
Q4 2012 38
Q3 2012 39
Q2 2012 39
Q1 2012 34
Q4 2011 39
Q3 2011 39
Q2 2011 39
Q1 2011 39
Q4 2010 39
Q3 2010 39
Q2 2010 37
Q1 2010 37
Q4 2009 0
Q4 2008 0
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Finance - Investment Banks $0.325B $0.309B
institutional foreign exchange, trading and related services providing direct access to the global OTC foreign exchange markets, where participants trade directly with one another. Its trading platforms provide information and analytical tools that allow customers to identify, analyze and execute their trading strategies. GAIN also offers retail customers located outside the United States access to other global markets on an OTC basis, including the spot gold and silver markets, as well as equity indices and commodities. Its forex trading activities are regulated in the US by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the National Futures Association, in the UK by the Financial Services Authority, in Japan by the Financial Services Agency, in Hong Kong by the Securities and Futures Commission and in Australia by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. GAIN Capital Holdings, Inc is based in Bedminster, New Jersey.
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