Costco - 38 Year Stock Split History | COST

Stock split history for Costco since 1986. 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.
Costco Annual Stock Splits
Costco Quarterly Stock Splits
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Retail/Wholesale Retail - Discount & Variety $332.548B $242.290B
Costco Wholesale Corporation sells high volumes of foods and general merchandise at discounted prices through membership warehouses. The company also operates e-commerce websites in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Korea, Taiwan, Japan and Australia. The company's warehouses offer an array of low-priced nationally branded and select private labeled products in a wide range of merchandise categories. Costco offers three types of memberships to its customers: Business, Gold Star, and Executive. Costco generates revenue from two sources: 1) Store sales and 2) Membership fees. Costco offers myriad varieties of food products as well as a vast range of household and lifestyle products, stationeries and appliances. The company also sells gasoline to customers at cheap prices and offers merchandise in the following categories: Food and Sundries, Hardlines, Fresh Foods, Softlines, Ancillary.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
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Ross Stores (ROST) United States $50.375B 29.63
Dollar General (DG) United States $32.762B 17.18
Dollar Tree (DLTR) United States $32.341B 27.54
Burlington Stores (BURL) United States $13.277B 38.24
PriceSmart (PSMT) United States $2.555B 20.13
Big Lots (BIG) United States $0.159B 0.00
Sears Holdings (SHLDQ) United States $0.000B 0.00