Sony - 50 Year Stock Split History | SONY

Stock split history for Sony since 1974. Prices shown are actual historical values and are not adjusted for either splits or dividends. Please see the "Historical Prices" tab for adjusted price values.
Sony Annual Stock Splits
Sony Quarterly Stock Splits
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Audio & Video Home Production $100.293B $90.191B
Sony Group Corporation designs, manufactures and sells several consumer and industrial electronic equipment. The company's product roster comprises of audio and video equipment, televisions, displays, semiconductors, electronic components, gaming consoles, computers and computer peripherals and telecommunication equipment. Additionally, Sony is active in production, acquisition and distribution of motion pictures as well as television programming, along with the operation of television and digital networks. Further, the company has presence in the music and image-based software markets globally. (NOTE: Zacks identifies fiscal years by the month in which the fiscal year ends, while SONY identifies their fiscal year by the calendar year in which it begins; so comparable figures for any given fiscal year, as published by SONY, will refer to this same fiscal year as being the year before the same year, as identified by Zacks).
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
Toshiba (TOSYY) Japan $12.933B 0.00
Dolby Laboratories (DLB) United States $7.775B 32.71
Sharp (SHCAY) Japan $3.694B 0.00
Sonos (SONO) United States $1.980B 0.00
GoPro (GPRO) United States $0.234B 0.00
LiveOne (LVO) United States $0.172B 0.00
Kuke Music Holding (KUKE) China $0.070B 0.00
Koss (KOSS) United States $0.049B 0.00
LIZHI INC (SOGP) China $0.013B 2.61
Singing Machine (MICS) United States $0.006B 0.00