Lam Research Shares Outstanding 2006-2018 | LRCX

Lam Research shares outstanding history from 2006 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.
  • Lam Research shares outstanding for the quarter ending September 30, 2018 were 0.165B, a 10.09% decline year-over-year.
  • Lam Research 2018 shares outstanding were 0.181B, a 1.63% decline from 2017.
  • Lam Research 2017 shares outstanding were 0.184B, a 4.92% increase from 2016.
  • Lam Research 2016 shares outstanding were 0.175B, a 1.08% decline from 2015.
Lam Research Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2018 181
2017 184
2016 175
2015 177
2014 175
2013 173
2012 125
2011 125
2010 128
2009 126
2008 127
2007 142
2006 144
2005 142
Lam Research Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
Q1 2018 165
Q4 2018 181
Q3 2018 180
Q2 2017 161
Q1 2017 184
Q4 2017 184
Q3 2017 185
Q2 2016 184
Q1 2016 180
Q4 2016 175
Q3 2016 174
Q2 2015 174
Q1 2015 174
Q4 2015 177
Q3 2015 178
Q2 2014 177
Q1 2014 177
Q4 2014 175
Q3 2014 172
Q2 2013 172
Q1 2013 171
Q4 2013 173
Q3 2013 169
Q2 2012 173
Q1 2012 182
Q4 2012 125
Q3 2012 121
Q2 2011 121
Q1 2011 124
Q4 2011 125
Q3 2011 125
Q2 2010 125
Q1 2010 125
Q4 2010 128
Q3 2010 129
Q2 2009 129
Q1 2009 128
Q4 2009 126
Q3 2009 126
Q2 2008 125
Q1 2008 127
Q4 2008 127
Q3 2008 127
Q2 2007 127
Q1 2007 126
Q4 2007 142
Q3 2007 143
Q2 2006 145
Q1 2006 145
Q4 2006 144
Q3 2006 145
Q2 2005 143
Q1 2005 141
Q4 2005 142
Q3 2005 145
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Computer and Technology Semiconductor - Wafer Fabrication Equipment $22.306B $11.077B
Lam Research Corporation enables its customers to shape the future of technology by providing market-leading equipment and services for semiconductor wafer processing. To produce the tiny, complex chips used in products such as cell phones, computing devices, and entertainment gadgets, semiconductor manufacturers require highly sophisticated processes and equipment. Lam's products play a key role in this, allowing chipmakers to build device features that are more than 1,000 times smaller than a grain of sand. Lam's market-leading products are used in several steps that are repeated multiple times throughout the chip-making process, including thin film deposition, plasma etch, photoresist strip, and wafer cleaning. Their success as a company is based on a solid foundation of technical achievement, close collaboration with our customers, and delivering on commitments.
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