One of the survivors of the dot-com era is the online travel company priceline.com Inc (PCLN). Yesterday its stock price closed at $1,062.17 per share. The share price first crossed the $1,000.00 on September 20th.
So I was wondering which foreign stocks traded above $100.00 per share. According to BNY Mellon data, the following 14 foreign stocks closed at over $100.00 per share on Oct 4, 2013.
|S.No.||Company||Ticker||Share Price as of Oct 4,2013||Industry||Country|
|1||China National Offshore Oil-CNOOC||CEO||$206.80||Oil & Gas Producers||China|
|2||Novo Nordisk||NVO||$166.16||Pharma. & Biotech.||Denmark|
|4||Toyota Motor||TM||$128.01||Automobiles & Parts||Japan|
|8||Shire||SHPG||$118.33||Pharma. & Biotech.||United Kingdom|
|9||Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste||ASR||$114.14||IndustrialTransport.||México|
|10||PetroChina||PTR||$111.72||Oil & Gas Producers||China|
|11||British American Tobacco||BTI||$102.77||Tobacco||United Kingdom|
Source: BNY Mellon
Though a share price of above $100.00 does not mean anything, these companies are still worth keeping an eye on as there is a possibility that they may split their stock prices to make them more attractive for retail investors.
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