Target Shares Outstanding 2006-2018 | TGT

Target 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.
  • Target shares outstanding for the quarter ending October 31, 2018 were 0.531B, a 3.05% decline year-over-year.
  • Target 2018 shares outstanding were 0.55B, a 5.53% decline from 2017.
  • Target 2017 shares outstanding were 0.583B, a 7.96% decline from 2016.
  • Target 2016 shares outstanding were 0.633B, a 1.12% decline from 2015.
Target Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2018 550
2017 583
2016 633
2015 640
2014 642
2013 663
2012 684
2011 729
2010 755
2009 774
2008 851
2007 869
2006 889
2005 912
Target Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
Q3 2018 531
Q2 2018 536
Q1 2018 541
Q4 2018 550
Q3 2017 548
Q2 2017 552
Q1 2017 555
Q4 2017 583
Q3 2016 575
Q2 2016 587
Q1 2016 604
Q4 2016 633
Q3 2015 629
Q2 2015 641
Q1 2015 646
Q4 2015 640
Q3 2014 640
Q2 2014 638
Q1 2014 638
Q4 2014 642
Q3 2013 637
Q2 2013 642
Q1 2013 650
Q4 2013 663
Q3 2012 662
Q2 2012 663
Q1 2012 672
Q4 2012 684
Q3 2011 678
Q2 2011 685
Q1 2011 697
Q4 2011 729
Q3 2010 721
Q2 2010 737
Q1 2010 746
Q4 2010 755
Q3 2009 756
Q2 2009 754
Q1 2009 753
Q4 2009 774
Q3 2008 757
Q2 2008 774
Q1 2008 810
Q4 2008 851
Q3 2007 851
Q2 2007 857
Q1 2007 863
Q4 2007 869
Q3 2006 864
Q2 2006 867
Q1 2006 878
Q4 2006 889
Q3 2005 887
Q2 2005 891
Q1 2005 894
Q4 2005 912
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Retail/Wholesale Retail - Discount & Variety $34.796B $71.879B
Target Corporation operates large-format general merchandise and food discount stores in the United States, which include Target and SuperTarget stores. They offer both everyday essentials and fashionable, differentiated merchandise at exceptional prices. Their ability to deliver a shopping experience that is preferred by their guests is supported by their strong supply chain and technology infrastructure. They operate as a single business segment. Their credit card operations represent an integral component of their core retail business. They also operate a fully integrated online business, Target.com. Although Target.com is small relative to their overall size, its sales are growing at a much more rapid pace than their in-store sales, and it provides important benefits to their stores and credit card operations.
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