Exxon - 52 Year Stock Price History | XOM

Historical daily share price chart and data for Exxon since 1970 adjusted for splits. The latest closing stock price for Exxon as of December 05, 2022 is 106.85.
  • The all-time high Exxon stock closing price was 114.18 on November 22, 2022.
  • The Exxon 52-week high stock price is 114.66, which is 7.3% above the current share price.
  • The Exxon 52-week low stock price is 57.96, which is 45.8% below the current share price.
  • The average Exxon stock price for the last 52 weeks is 88.52.
For more information on how our historical price data is adjusted see the Stock Price Adjustment Guide.
Exxon Historical Annual Stock Price Data
Year Average Stock Price Year Open Year High Year Low Year Close Annual % Change
2022 88.9283 61.1331 114.1800 61.1331 106.8500 81.50%
2021 54.3140 37.5991 62.9828 37.5991 58.8721 57.64%
2020 38.6283 59.4869 59.4869 26.7702 37.3454 -36.21%
2019 60.4216 55.7892 67.4884 54.9327 58.5472 7.25%
2018 62.7564 65.3672 68.6304 52.4430 54.5884 -15.10%
2017 61.8023 67.3028 67.3028 57.9641 64.2986 -3.80%
2016 62.8192 55.3920 69.2205 52.3313 66.8363 19.90%
2015 58.2123 64.1554 65.0152 48.7010 55.7424 -12.76%
2014 66.3290 67.0465 71.1289 59.7185 63.8928 -6.07%
2013 60.0545 58.0329 68.2295 56.6761 68.0211 20.14%
2012 55.9207 54.8580 60.7606 50.1149 56.6198 4.72%
2011 50.2468 46.4346 55.0903 43.1410 54.0670 18.71%
2010 39.9727 41.9331 45.7308 34.7641 45.5439 10.14%
2009 42.5418 48.3860 48.3860 37.0598 41.3509 -12.60%
2008 48.5150 54.3640 55.4580 36.7545 47.3132 -13.14%
2007 48.0220 42.3654 55.2302 40.1067 54.4686 24.34%
2006 37.0480 32.7902 45.0064 32.0979 43.8060 39.07%
2005 32.3537 27.5413 36.2577 27.2114 31.5003 11.76%
2004 24.6423 21.8131 28.5750 21.6252 28.1846 28.04%
2003 19.1494 18.5231 22.0117 16.4551 22.0117 20.64%
2002 19.4404 20.1730 22.7438 15.6034 18.2463 -8.86%
2001 20.8027 22.2110 23.0476 18.1457 20.0202 -7.59%
2000 20.4450 19.1025 23.5342 17.4340 21.6653 10.25%
1999 18.5464 17.3394 21.0101 15.5619 19.6514 12.56%
1998 16.3442 14.4263 18.1766 13.5520 17.4588 22.39%
1997 13.5181 11.1490 15.4701 11.1490 14.2654 28.44%
1996 9.5163 8.8040 11.3621 8.5037 11.1070 25.38%
1995 7.5568 6.3413 9.3643 6.3152 8.8586 39.42%
1994 6.2754 6.3615 6.7341 5.7669 6.3539 0.86%
1993 6.2894 5.8559 6.6593 5.5458 6.2997 8.02%
1992 5.6464 5.4612 6.1617 5.0409 5.8320 5.25%
1991 5.1354 4.4072 5.5640 4.3204 5.5413 23.30%
1990 4.1256 4.1286 4.5959 3.7630 4.4941 8.85%
1989 3.6230 3.3925 4.2319 3.3147 4.1286 19.62%
1988 3.3733 3.0238 3.6317 2.8371 3.4513 21.23%
1987 3.2186 2.6560 3.6981 2.4716 2.8468 10.06%
1986 2.2584 2.0104 2.7298 1.7983 2.5866 27.19%
1985 1.8864 1.6416 2.0473 1.6323 2.0337 22.51%
1984 1.5208 1.3512 1.6692 1.3420 1.6600 20.39%
1983 1.2799 1.0698 1.4527 1.0513 1.3789 25.65%
1982 1.0510 1.1388 1.1664 0.9222 1.0974 -4.81%
1981 1.2450 1.4962 1.4962 1.1067 1.1528 -22.47%
1980 1.2565 0.9938 1.6207 0.9661 1.4870 46.26%
1979 0.9923 0.9084 1.1113 0.9016 1.0167 12.22%
1978 0.8740 0.8739 0.9776 0.8001 0.9060 2.08%
1977 0.9277 0.9890 1.0122 0.8322 0.8875 -10.26%
1976 0.9202 0.8300 1.0491 0.7908 0.9890 20.83%
1975 0.7661 0.6110 0.8612 0.6110 0.8185 37.36%
1974 0.6801 0.8899 0.9095 0.5060 0.5959 -31.36%
1973 0.8563 0.8116 0.9499 0.7827 0.8681 7.58%
1972 0.7151 0.6732 0.8220 0.6375 0.8069 18.64%
1971 0.6836 0.6697 0.7550 0.6225 0.6801 0.50%
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - International Integrated $452.436B $285.640B
ExxonMobil's bellwether status in the energy space, optimal integrated capital structure that has historically produced industry-leading returns and management's track record of capex discipline across the commodity price cycle make it a relatively lower-risk energy sector play. The company owns some of the most prolific upstream assets globally. Other aspects of the company's story include the largest global refining operations, substantial chemicals assets and a dividend history and credit profile that are second to none in the space. ExxonMobil's capital spending discipline is quite aggressive. The company has a plan in place to allocate significant proportion of its budget to key oil and gas projects. The company's business perspective looks different from most peers since big oil rivals have pledged to lower carbon emissions to tackle climate change. ExxonMobil divides its operations into three main segments: Upstream, Downstream and Chemical.
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