Macquarie Infrastructure Holdi Shares Outstanding 2010-2022 | MIC

Macquarie Infrastructure Holdi shares outstanding 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.
Macquarie Infrastructure Holdi Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2021 88
2020 87
2019 86
2018 85
2017 91
2016 82
2015 78
2014 65
2013 51
2012 47
2011 46
2010 46
2009 45
Macquarie Infrastructure Holdi Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2022-03-31 90
2021-12-31 88
2021-09-30 87
2021-06-30 88
2021-03-31 87
2020-12-31 87
2020-09-30 88
2020-06-30 87
2020-03-31 87
2019-12-31 86
2019-09-30 86
2019-06-30 86
2019-03-31 94
2018-12-31 85
2018-09-30 85
2018-06-30 85
2018-03-31 85
2017-12-31 91
2017-09-30 88
2017-06-30 82
2017-03-31 82
2016-12-31 82
2016-09-30 86
2016-06-30 81
2016-03-31 81
2015-12-31 78
2015-09-30 80
2015-06-30 79
2015-03-31 73
2014-12-31 65
2014-09-30 72
2014-06-30 57
2014-03-31 56
2013-12-31 51
2013-09-30 53
2013-06-30 51
2013-03-31 48
2012-12-31 47
2012-09-30 47
2012-06-30 47
2012-03-31 46
2011-12-31 46
2011-09-30 46
2011-06-30 46
2011-03-31 46
2010-12-31 46
2010-09-30 46
2010-06-30 46
2010-03-31 45
2009-12-31 45
2009-09-30 45
2009-06-30 45
2009-03-31 45
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Multi-Sector Conglomerates Diversified Operations $0.357B $0.236B
Macquarie owns, operate and invests in a diversified group of infrastructure businesses, which provide basic, everyday services, in the United States and other developed countries. Its initial businesses and investments consist of an airport services business (Atlantic and AvPorts), an airport parking business (PCAA and Avistar) and a district energy business (Thermal Chicago and Northwind Aladdin), a UK regulated water utility and in Macquarie Communications Infrastructure Group.
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