Definitions for "Cum-Rights"
Shares are said to be trading cum-rights as long as buyers will be entitled to a forthcoming rights issue.... more on: Cum-rights
A share is described so when a purchaser is entitled to receive the current rights in the proportion declared by the company.
"With" the right to buy a future issue of shares in a company's stock. The number of shares a cum-rights stockholder can buy is directly proportional to the number of shares that stockholder already owns. This right usually must be exercised during a relatively brief time period. See also ex-rights.