Lear Shares Outstanding 2010-2022 | LEA

Lear shares outstanding history from 2010 to 2022. 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.
  • Lear shares outstanding for the quarter ending June 30, 2022 were 0.060B, a 0.85% decline year-over-year.
  • Lear 2021 shares outstanding were 0.06B, a 0.01% decline from 2020.
  • Lear 2020 shares outstanding were 0.06B, a 2.41% decline from 2019.
  • Lear 2019 shares outstanding were 0.062B, a 6.41% decline from 2018.
Lear Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2021 60
2020 60
2019 62
2018 66
2017 69
2016 73
2015 78
2014 82
2013 86
2012 100
2011 106
2010 108
2009 69
Lear Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2022-06-30 60
2022-03-31 60
2021-12-31 60
2021-09-30 60
2021-06-30 61
2021-03-31 61
2020-12-31 60
2020-09-30 60
2020-06-30 60
2020-03-31 61
2019-12-31 62
2019-09-30 61
2019-06-30 62
2019-03-31 63
2018-12-31 66
2018-09-30 66
2018-06-30 67
2018-03-31 68
2017-12-31 69
2017-09-30 69
2017-06-30 69
2017-03-31 70
2016-12-31 73
2016-09-30 72
2016-06-30 74
2016-03-31 75
2015-12-31 78
2015-09-30 77
2015-06-30 78
2015-03-31 79
2014-12-31 82
2014-09-30 81
2014-06-30 82
2014-03-31 83
2013-12-31 86
2013-09-30 82
2013-06-30 86
2013-03-31 96
2012-12-31 100
2012-09-30 99
2012-06-30 101
2012-03-31 102
2011-12-31 106
2011-09-30 106
2011-06-30 107
2011-03-31 108
2010-12-31 108
2010-09-30 108
2010-06-30 108
2010-03-31 108
2009-12-31 69
2009-09-30 155
2009-06-30 155
2009-03-31 155
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Auto/Tires/Trucks Auto & Truck Original Equipment Manufacturers $7.106B $19.263B
Lear Corp., being a Tier 1 supplier to the global automotive industry, supplies automotive seating and electrical systems (E-Systems). It caters to several major automakers in the world. The primary customers of the company are automotive original equipment manufacturers. The Seating business involves designing, development, engineering, assembling and delivery of complete seat systems and seat components, including seat covers and surface materials such as leather and fabric, seat structures and mechanisms, seat foam and headrests. The top five customers of the company's Seating segment include General Motors, Daimler, Stellantis, Volkswagen and Ford. The E-Systems business involves designing, development, engineering and manufacturing of complete electrical distribution systems. The top five customers of the firm's E-Systems segment include Ford, Renault-Nissan, Jaguar Land Rover, Geely and Volkswagen.
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