Viasat Shares Outstanding 2010-2023 | VSAT

Viasat shares outstanding from 2010 to 2023. 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.
Viasat Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2023 76
2022 73
2021 66
2020 62
2019 60
2018 58
2017 53
2016 49
2015 48
2014 46
2013 44
2012 44
2011 43
2010 35
2009 32
Viasat Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2023-12-31 125
2023-09-30 125
2023-06-30 93
2023-03-31 76
2022-12-31 76
2022-09-30 76
2022-06-30 75
2022-03-31 73
2021-12-31 74
2021-09-30 74
2021-06-30 73
2021-03-31 66
2020-12-31 69
2020-09-30 67
2020-06-30 63
2020-03-31 62
2019-12-31 63
2019-09-30 63
2019-06-30 61
2019-03-31 60
2018-12-31 60
2018-09-30 60
2018-06-30 59
2018-03-31 58
2017-12-31 59
2017-09-30 58
2017-06-30 58
2017-03-31 53
2016-12-31 54
2016-09-30 51
2016-06-30 50
2016-03-31 49
2015-12-31 50
2015-09-30 49
2015-06-30 49
2015-03-31 48
2014-12-31 48
2014-09-30 48
2014-06-30 47
2014-03-31 46
2013-12-31 46
2013-09-30 47
2013-06-30 45
2013-03-31 44
2012-12-31 44
2012-09-30 44
2012-06-30 43
2012-03-31 44
2011-12-31 44
2011-09-30 44
2011-06-30 44
2011-03-31 43
2010-12-31 43
2010-09-30 43
2010-06-30 42
2010-03-31 35
2009-12-31 35
2009-09-30 33
2009-06-30 33
2009-03-31 32
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Computer and Technology Wireless Equipment Manufacturers $1.795B $4.284B
Viasat designs, develops and markets advanced digital satellite telecommunications and other wireless networking and signal processing equipment. The company serves its high-bandwidth, high-performance communications solutions to public as well as military, enterprises and governments enterprises. Viasat provides broadband services named `Exede' in North America. This features the world's highest capacity satellite ' ViaSat-1; satellite broadband networking systems; global mobile satellite services comprising high-speed in-flight Internet as well as global tracking and messaging; and Wi-Fi and other hotspot support, operations and management systems. Apart from these, the company offers cybersecurity and network-centric military communication systems for the U.S. government and its alliances.
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