The term stock price refers to the current price that a share of stock is trading for on the market. Every publicly-traded company, when its shares are issued, is given a price – a value that reflects the value of the company itself. The price of a stock will go up and down in relation to a number of different factors, including changes within the economy, changes within industries, political events, war, and environmental changes etc. But how are stock prices determined? What causes the fluctuations? Let’s learn it all in the Infographics presented.