Exxon - 54 Year Stock Price History | XOM

Historical daily share price chart and data for Exxon since 1970 adjusted for splits and dividends. The latest closing stock price for Exxon as of May 29, 2024 is 113.63.
  • The all-time high Exxon stock closing price was 121.22 on April 10, 2024.
  • The Exxon 52-week high stock price is 123.75, which is 8.9% above the current share price.
  • The Exxon 52-week low stock price is 95.77, which is 15.7% below the current share price.
  • The average Exxon stock price for the last 52 weeks is 108.42.
For more information on how our historical price data is adjusted see the Stock Price Adjustment Guide.
Exxon Historical Annual Stock Price Data
Year Average Stock Price Year Open Year High Year Low Year Close Annual % Change
2024 109.1799 100.5972 121.2213 95.1329 113.6300 15.64%
2023 104.9232 101.2003 117.0636 95.5957 98.2582 -6.24%
2022 85.6962 58.0855 108.4880 58.0855 104.8014 87.36%
2021 51.6064 35.7248 59.8430 35.7248 55.9372 57.64%
2020 36.7026 56.5214 56.5214 25.4357 35.4837 -36.21%
2019 57.4095 53.0081 64.1240 52.1942 55.6286 7.25%
2018 59.6279 62.1085 65.2091 49.8287 51.8671 -15.10%
2017 58.7214 63.9477 63.9477 55.0745 61.0932 -3.80%
2016 59.6876 52.6306 65.7697 49.7225 63.5044 19.90%
2015 55.3103 60.9572 61.7741 46.2732 52.9635 -12.76%
2014 63.0225 63.7042 67.5830 56.7415 60.7077 -6.07%
2013 57.0607 55.1398 64.8282 53.8507 64.6302 20.14%
2012 53.1330 52.1233 57.7316 47.6166 53.7972 4.72%
2011 47.7419 44.1198 52.3439 40.9904 51.3717 18.71%
2010 37.9800 39.8426 43.4510 33.0310 43.2735 10.14%
2009 40.4210 45.9739 45.9739 35.2124 39.2895 -12.60%
2008 46.0965 51.6539 52.6934 34.9222 44.9546 -13.14%
2007 45.6280 40.2534 52.4769 38.1074 51.7533 24.34%
2006 35.2011 31.1555 42.7628 30.4977 41.6222 39.07%
2005 30.7409 26.1683 34.4502 25.8549 29.9300 11.76%
2004 23.4139 20.7257 27.1505 20.5471 26.7796 28.04%
2003 18.1948 17.5997 20.9144 15.6348 20.9144 20.64%
2002 18.4713 19.1674 21.6100 14.8256 17.3367 -8.86%
2001 19.7657 21.1038 21.8986 17.2411 19.0222 -7.59%
2000 19.4258 18.1503 22.3610 16.5649 20.5852 10.25%
1999 17.6218 16.4750 19.9627 14.7861 18.6717 12.56%
1998 15.5295 13.7071 17.2705 12.8764 16.5884 22.38%
1997 12.8442 10.5932 14.6989 10.5932 13.5543 28.44%
1996 9.0419 8.3651 10.7956 8.0798 10.5533 25.38%
1995 7.1801 6.0252 8.8974 6.0003 8.4170 39.42%
1994 5.9626 6.0444 6.3984 5.4794 6.0371 0.86%
1993 5.9758 5.5640 6.3273 5.2694 5.9856 8.02%
1992 5.3650 5.1889 5.8545 4.7896 5.5413 5.25%
1991 4.8794 4.1875 5.2866 4.1050 5.2650 23.30%
1990 3.9199 3.9228 4.3668 3.5754 4.2700 8.85%
1989 3.4424 3.2234 4.0209 3.1495 3.9228 19.62%
1988 3.2052 2.8730 3.4507 2.6957 3.2793 21.24%
1987 3.0581 2.5236 3.5138 2.3483 2.7049 10.06%
1986 2.1458 1.9102 2.5937 1.7087 2.4577 27.19%
1985 1.7923 1.5597 1.9453 1.5510 1.9323 22.51%
1984 1.4450 1.2839 1.5860 1.2751 1.5772 20.38%
1983 1.2161 1.0164 1.3803 0.9989 1.3102 25.65%
1982 0.9986 1.0820 1.1083 0.8762 1.0427 -4.80%
1981 1.1829 1.4216 1.4216 1.0515 1.0953 -22.48%
1980 1.1939 0.9442 1.5399 0.9180 1.4129 46.26%
1979 0.9429 0.8631 1.0559 0.8566 0.9660 12.22%
1978 0.8304 0.8303 0.9288 0.7602 0.8608 2.08%
1977 0.8814 0.9397 0.9618 0.7907 0.8433 -10.26%
1976 0.8744 0.7886 0.9968 0.7514 0.9397 20.83%
1975 0.7279 0.5805 0.8182 0.5805 0.7777 37.35%
1974 0.6462 0.8456 0.8642 0.4808 0.5662 -31.35%
1973 0.8137 0.7711 0.9025 0.7437 0.8248 7.58%
1972 0.6795 0.6397 0.7810 0.6058 0.7667 18.65%
1971 0.6495 0.6363 0.7174 0.5915 0.6462 0.50%
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - International Integrated $448.044B $344.582B
ExxonMobil's bellwether status in the energy space, optimal integrated capital structure that has historically produced industry-leading returns and management's track record of capex discipline across the commodity price cycle make it a relatively lower-risk energy sector play. The company owns some of the most prolific upstream assets globally. Other aspects of the company's story include the largest global refining operations, substantial chemicals assets and a dividend history and credit profile that are second to none in the space. ExxonMobil's capital spending discipline is quite aggressive. The company has a plan in place to allocate significant proportion of its budget to key oil and gas projects. The company's business perspective looks different from most peers since big oil rivals have pledged to lower carbon emissions to tackle climate change. ExxonMobil divides its operations into three main segments: Upstream, Downstream and Chemical.
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