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2c. How many shares of which Agilent-related companies should I have? 
      (Applies only if you owned HP stock before the May 5, 2000 Agilent spinoff.) 

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This table applies to Agilent-related stock issued to holders of HP stock as of May 5, 2000.  Otherwise, go back to Step 1. Stock

Example:

If you owned 100 shares of HPQ on May 2, 2000 -- and never sold any of the stock that resulted from the Agilent spinoff -- today you should have:

- Approx. 38 A shares (Agilent) issued in 2000.

- In 2011, you were paid approx. $70 for your VRGY shares, which were sold on July 4, 2011. Either cash was added to your account or check mailed.

- Approx. 19 KEYS shares (Keysight) issued in 2014.

Steps to use the table:

Step 1: In the table below, compare the date when you first acquired HP stock with the dates of these major HP-related stock events. This indicates the public companies you should have shares in based on your purchases of HP stock (if if happens that you never sold any of the HP spinoff shares.)

Step 2: Click on each "Dividends" link in the blue column to find the most recent dividend or payout in stock or cash that you should have received if you still have the stock registered in your name -- with your correct postal address.

Step 3: If you had 100 shares of HPQ on May 2, 2000 (date of the Agilent spinoff) -- and have not initiated the sale of any HP or spinoff stock since -- you should currently have the number of shares (and have received cash) as shown in the green column. (Amounts approximate, since fractional shares are paid out in cash.)

Step 3: If you are not getting dividends or payouts for a stock you believe you own, go to  Check for lost stock

Stock
(Stock symbol)

 

Date of stock event

 

Did you get the most recent dividend or payout in stock or cash? (Which proves that the stock is still registered in your name.)

   

Check each link!

 

If you had 100 shares of HWP on May 2, 2000 (date of the Agilent spinoff) -- and have not initiated the sale of any HP or spinoff stock since -- you should currently have the number of shares (and have received cash) as shown in the green column. (Amounts approximate, since fractional shares are paid out in cash.)


Agilent (A)
  2000-05-02   A Dividends   38.1 A   HP spun off Agilent.

Verigy (VRGY)

 

2006-10-16

 

Agilent Info Statement

 

4.6 VRGY

 

Agilent spun off Verigy. (38.1 A * 0.122 VRGY/A = 4.65 VRGY.)

Verigy (VRGY)

 

2011-07-04

 

Advantest Announcement

 

$70 in exchange for the 4.6 VRGY shares as of 2011-07-04

 

Verigy bought by Advantest (Japan.) Advantest paid $15.00 cash in exchange for each Verigy share. VRGY shares vanished from your account. Either cash was added to your account or check mailed. (4.65 VRGY * $15/VRGY = $69.75.)

Keysight (KEYS)
  2014-10-22   KEYS Dividends   19.1 KEYS   Agilent spun off Keysight. (38.1 A * 0.5 KEYS/A = 19.05 KEYS.)

 

For detailed information and links on Agilent, Verigy, Keysight stock issues for HP shareholders: Agilent and Keysight Stock

 

Next step:  Step 2. Stock Decoder


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