Lear - Stock Price History | LEA

Historical daily share price chart and data for Lear since 2022 adjusted for splits. The latest closing stock price for Lear as of May 20, 2022 is 132.76.
  • The all-time high Lear stock closing price was 205.34 on June 08, 2018.
  • The Lear 52-week high stock price is 204.91, which is 54.3% above the current share price.
  • The Lear 52-week low stock price is 122.67, which is 7.6% below the current share price.
  • The average Lear stock price for the last 52 weeks is 164.19.
For more information on how our historical price data is adjusted see the Stock Price Adjustment Guide.
Lear Historical Annual Stock Price Data
Year Average Stock Price Year Open Year High Year Low Year Close Annual % Change
2021 173.1737 157.4400 203.1300 146.1700 182.9500 15.04%
2020 117.4369 140.0900 164.6900 70.0000 159.0300 15.91%
2019 132.8940 123.9600 158.7900 106.0100 137.2000 11.67%
2018 172.2022 178.8000 205.3400 116.9600 122.8600 -30.45%
2017 152.6108 132.9200 180.8900 132.0800 176.6600 33.46%
2016 114.5425 120.7100 138.8000 94.9800 132.3700 7.77%
2015 111.5042 97.9000 126.3400 93.4000 122.8300 25.23%
2014 88.6405 79.5300 103.2800 71.9700 98.0800 21.13%
2013 64.3860 47.4500 83.1100 47.1400 80.9700 72.87%
2012 41.6086 40.7300 47.0100 34.8100 46.8400 17.69%
2011 47.7042 49.9150 55.9600 36.0300 39.8000 -19.36%
2010 38.8829 34.6800 49.8750 31.8050 49.3550 45.93%
2009 32.2630 28.1250 34.2900 28.1250 33.8200 0.00%
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Auto/Tires/Trucks Auto & Truck Original Equipment Manufacturers $7.936B $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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