Paladin Energy Shares Outstanding 2010-2022 | PALAF

Paladin Energy shares outstanding from 2010 to 2022. 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.
Paladin Energy Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2023 300
2022 276
2021 221
2020 197
2019 174
2018 171
2017 171
2016 171
2015 142
2014 98
2013 86
2012 95
2011 74
2010 70
2009 62
Paladin Energy Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2022-12-31
2016-09-30 174
2016-06-30 171
2016-03-31 171
2015-12-31 156
2015-09-30 164
2015-06-30 167
2015-03-31 158
2014-12-31 121
2014-09-30 96
2014-06-30 101
2014-03-31 96
2013-12-31 96
2013-09-30 93
2013-06-30 86
2013-03-31 83
2012-12-31 84
2012-09-30 84
2012-06-30 84
2012-03-31 88
2011-12-31 80
2011-09-30 78
2011-06-30 74
2011-03-31 66
2010-12-31 71
2010-09-30 75
2010-06-30 76
2010-03-31 70
2009-12-31 72
2009-09-30 72
2009-06-30
2009-03-31 62
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Basic Materials Mining - Miscellaneous $0.000B $0.005B
Paladin Energy Ltd. is listed on both the Australian Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol `PDN`. Paladin operates in the mineral resource sector with focus on uranium and has projects in Australia and Africa. In line with its long term vision to become an established uranium producer, the Company's strategy is to identify, acquire and evaluate advanced uranium projects. Since 1998, during a period of sustained downturn in global uranium markets, Paladin had been accumulating a quality portfolio of advanced uranium projects each having production potential.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
BHP Group (BHP) Australia $140.956B 0.00
Rio Tinto (RIO) United Kingdom $79.890B 0.00
Glencore (GLNCY) Switzerland $69.422B 0.00
Newmont (NEM) United States $54.198B 27.01
Wheaton Precious Metals (WPM) Canada $27.230B 46.18
Teck Resources (TECK) Canada $23.897B 15.29
Cameco (CCJ) Canada $20.292B 97.15
Reliance (RS) United States $17.465B 14.13
South32 (SOUHY) Australia $10.218B 0.00
Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF) United States $7.213B 11.15
Impala Platinum Holdings (IMPUY) South Africa $4.472B 0.00
Alpha Metallurgical Resources (AMR) United States $3.998B 7.45
Lynas (LYSDY) $3.748B 0.00
NexGen Energy (NXE) Canada $3.683B 0.00
HudBay Minerals Inc (HBM) Canada $3.176B 22.42
Sibanye Gold (SBSW) South Africa $3.142B 0.00
Materion (MTRN) United States $2.385B 22.39
MP Materials (MP) United States $2.362B 0.00
Centamin (CELTF) Jersey $2.010B 0.00
Fortuna Mining (FSM) Canada $1.537B 18.59
U.S Silica Holdings (SLCA) United States $1.207B 10.58
Ferroglobe (GSM) United Kingdom $1.083B 8.76
Silver Standard Resources (SSRM) United States $1.073B 4.05
Critical Metals (CRML) Australia $0.815B 0.00
EnCore Energy (EU) United States $0.737B 0.00
Lithium Americas (LAC) Canada $0.626B 0.00
Lithium Americas (Argentina) (LAAC) Canada $0.506B 15.70
McEwen Mining (MUX) Canada $0.475B 5.68
TMC The Metals Company (TMC) Canada $0.420B 0.00
Perpetua Resources (PPTA) United States $0.414B 0.00
Piedmont Lithium (PLL) United States $0.222B 0.00
Nouveau Monde Graphite (NMG) Canada $0.195B 0.00
Atlas Lithium (ATLX) United States $0.191B 0.00
Vox Royalty (VOXR) Canada $0.136B 90.00
Sierra Metals (SMTSF) Canada $0.124B 0.00
American Lithium (AMLI) Canada $0.120B 0.00
Western Uranium (WSTRF) Canada $0.076B 0.00
NioCorp Developments (NB) United States $0.072B 0.00
Hycroft Mining Holding (HYMC) United States $0.059B 0.00
American Resources (AREC) United States $0.049B 0.00
Electra Battery Materials (ELBM) Canada $0.022B 0.00
Foremost Lithium Resource & Technology (FMST) Canada $0.016B 0.00
China Natural Resources (CHNR) Hong Kong, SAR China $0.008B 0.00
Hi-Crush (HCR) United States $0.000B 0.00
Lifezone Metals (LZM) $0.000B 0.00
Covia (CVIA) United States $0.000B 0.00
Nexa Resources S.A (NEXA) Luxembourg $0.000B 0.00