Historical chart looks correct. The daily % move is still wrong unfortunately. Is there a way to graph a company's market cap? Bc for instance if you look at citi banks 10 year chart it shows all time highs of almost $600/share to take into account the reverse 10 for 1 split. But this grossly misrepresents citi because the shares were diluted prior to the reverse split. Citis market cap 86b at price of $29 is correct. But showing the historical chart with price of $600 implies that citi stock was worth 20X as much in 2007 which is not the case. It was only worth 2.5x as much.
On May 11, 2012, at 2:47 PM, "Karolina (Google Finance team)" <k...@google.com> wrote: