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In order to calculate the market price per share, you must know the price per share on a given date as well as the number of outstanding shares of stock. You also have to find out if the stock pays dividends. Put these v... More »

Calculate price per share by dividing the market value per share by the earnings per share. This is also known as the price-earnings ratio or P/E ratio. More »

The price of a share of stock is not calculated so much as it is determined by the amount investors are willing to pay on any given day. According to About.com, the market opens each day with a clean slate. It is possibl... More »

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According to Investopedia, the market value of equity is calculated by multiplying the number of a company's outstanding shares by the current price for which the stock is sold. If either the price of the stock or the nu... More »

Calculate a stock's dividend yield by dividing the annual dividend per share by the price per share for that stock, explains About.com. If company XYZ pays a yearly dividend of $2 per share while the stock trades at $100... More »

A four-for-one stock split is when one share of stock is divided into four equal shares while keeping the market value the same price, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC. A stock split reduces th... More »

As of September 2015, BP last split its stock on Oct. 4, 1999, doubling its number of shares and halving their price, according to BP. Stockholders' existing share prices were cut in half, and they were issued one new sh... More »