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  1. Is this the par or nominal value?

  2. If so, how can it be represented as 5 USD? Undeniably BA's share price has outstripped 5 USD.

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    Par value has no connection to market value. – Mike Scott May 16 at 7:05
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Yes it is Common Stock, Par Value.

See other questions regarding the purpose of Par Value: Relation between par value, offering price and trading range

Inspect the 10-K filing.

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"COM" means "common stock".

"USD5.00" is the par value of each share.

Is this the par or nominal value?

Par value.

If so, how can it be represented as 5 USD? Undeniably BA's share price has outstripped 5 USD.

Par value is not market value. Par value is usually only relevant when the company is issuing shares; the newly issued shares cannot be sold for less than the par value.

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