Access a stock split calendar that includes the numerator, denominator, and exact date of the split. Stock splits are a way for publicly traded companies to improve stock liquidity, typically, companies increase the number of shares outstanding, which lowers the stock price, however, the number of shares outstanding can also be reduced, increasing the stock price. The value of a company does not change as a result of a stock split.
If you're interested, we also have an endpoint that keeps track of all the stock splits for each company. Check out our historical stock splits endpoint
.Query String Parameters
from : YYYY-MM-DD
To : YYYY-MM-DD