Target - 41 Year Stock Split History | TGT

Stock split history for Target since 1983. 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.
Target Annual Stock Splits
Target Quarterly Stock Splits
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Retail/Wholesale Retail - Discount & Variety $77.153B $107.412B
Target Corp. has evolved from just being a pure brick-&-mortar retailer to an omni-channel entity. It has been modernizing supply chain to compete with pure e-commerce players. Its acquisition of Shipt to provide same-day delivery of groceries, essentials, home, electronics as well as other products. Target provides an array of owned & premium branded goods ranging from household essentials and electronics to toys and apparel for men, women and kids. It also houses food and pet supplies, home furnishings and d?cor, home improvement, automotive products and seasonal merchandise. It also offers in-store amenities, consisting of Target Caf?, Target Photo, Target Optical, Portrait Studio, Starbucks and other food service offerings. A greater number of general merchandise stores provides an edited food assortment, including perishables, dry grocery, dairy & frozen items. Its digital channels include a wide merchandise assortment, including many items found in stores, along with a complementary assortment.
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Dollar Tree (DLTR) United States $26.526B 20.62
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Big Lots (BIG) United States $0.107B 0.00
Sears Holdings (SHLDQ) United States $0.000B 0.00