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View and download historical price, dividend, or split data

You can view historical price, dividend, and split data for most quotes in Yahoo Finance and download data to save or to use in a spreadsheet. Export historical data to a CSV file to use offline.

Download historical data

On a desktop or laptop computer:

  1. Go to Yahoo Finance.
  2. View a quote.
  3. Click Historical Data.
  4. Select a Time Period, data to Show (Historical Prices, Dividends Only, Stock Splits), and Frequency.
  5. Click Apply.
  6. Click Download Data.
    - A .csv file downloads to your computer which you can open with Excel or a similar program.

  Note: If the data requested is beyond the range of historical prices available through Yahoo Finance, all available data within the range is displayed. Historical prices usually don't go back earlier than 1970.

Data settings

Time Period

Create a custom date range, or use a preset filter (for example: 5 days, 6 months, or 1 year).

Show

Choose the type of information to show.

Historical Prices

Price and volume information. The information listed depends on the Frequency selected.

Dividends Only

The dividend distribution amount and the ex-dividend date of each distribution.

Stock Splits

The date and ratio (for example: 2/1, 3/2) of each stock split.

Frequency

Select the time period summarized in each row of data.

Historical Prices data varies with the Frequency selected, as follows:

Daily prices
  • Opening trade of the day.
  • High and low prices for the day.
  • Closing price for the day.
  • The trading volume for each trading day shown.
Weekly prices
  • Opening trade of the first trading day for the week.
  • High and low prices for the week.
  • Closing price on the last trading day of the week.
  • Adjusted close.
  • Weekly volume (the average daily volume for all trading days in the reported week).
Monthly prices
  • Opening trade from the first trading day of the month.
  • High and low prices for the month.
  • Closing price on the last trading day of the month.
  • Adjusted close.
  • Monthly volume (the average daily volume for all trading days in the reported month).