KLA Shares Outstanding 2010-2024 | KLAC

KLA shares outstanding history from 2010 to 2024. 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.
  • KLA shares outstanding for the quarter ending March 31, 2024 were 0.136B, a 2.01% decline year-over-year.
  • KLA 2023 shares outstanding were 0.14B, a 7.47% decline from 2022.
  • KLA 2022 shares outstanding were 0.152B, a 2.5% decline from 2021.
  • KLA 2021 shares outstanding were 0.155B, a 1.63% decline from 2020.
KLA Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2023 140
2022 152
2021 155
2020 158
2019 157
2018 157
2017 157
2016 157
2015 164
2014 168
2013 169
2012 170
2011 170
2010 173
2009 170
KLA Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2024-03-31 136
2023-12-31 136
2023-09-30 137
2023-06-30 140
2023-03-31 139
2022-12-31 142
2022-09-30 143
2022-06-30 152
2022-03-31 151
2021-12-31 152
2021-09-30 153
2021-06-30 155
2021-03-31 155
2020-12-31 156
2020-09-30 156
2020-06-30 158
2020-03-31 157
2019-12-31 159
2019-09-30 160
2019-06-30 157
2019-03-31 157
2018-12-31 153
2018-09-30 156
2018-06-30 157
2018-03-31 157
2017-12-31 157
2017-09-30 158
2017-06-30 157
2017-03-31 158
2016-12-31 157
2016-09-30 157
2016-06-30 157
2016-03-31 156
2015-12-31 156
2015-09-30 158
2015-06-30 164
2015-03-31 163
2014-12-31 165
2014-09-30 167
2014-06-30 168
2014-03-31 168
2013-12-31 168
2013-09-30 169
2013-06-30 169
2013-03-31 169
2012-12-31 169
2012-09-30 170
2012-06-30 170
2012-03-31 170
2011-12-31 169
2011-09-30 170
2011-06-30 170
2011-03-31 171
2010-12-31 170
2010-09-30 170
2010-06-30 173
2010-03-31 173
2009-12-31 174
2009-09-30 173
2009-06-30 170
2009-03-31 170
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Computer and Technology Electrical Products - Miscellaneous $105.255B $10.496B
KLA Corporation is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of process diagnostics and control (PDC) equipment and yield management solutions required for the fabrication of semiconductor integrated circuits (ICs) or chips. The company has a comprehensive portfolio of products addressing each major PDC subsegment'photomask (reticle) inspection, wafer inspection/defect review and metrology.Reticle production is vital to the semiconductor device formation process. Reticles are used to control the precise deposition of materials onto the wafer, which ultimately change its chemical characteristics, imparting specific functionalities to the ICs thus created. Inspection and metrology tools measure the quality of the reticles, helping to improve reticle production yields. As a result of the broader applicability of semiconductors, shrinking form factors and increasing functionalities of individual chips, reticle design and production are growing in importance.
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