Certificate representing one unit of ownership in a corporation, mutual fund, or limited partnership.
A certain quantity; a portion; a part; a division; as, a small share of prudence.
Especially, the part allotted or belonging to one, of any property or interest owned by a number; a portion among others; an apportioned lot; an allotment; a dividend.
Hence, one of a certain number of equal portions into which any property or invested capital is divided; as, a ship owned in ten shares.
To part among two or more; to distribute in portions; to divide.
To partake of, use, or experience, with others; to have a portion of; to take and possess in common; as, to share a shelter with another.
To cut; to shear; to cleave; to divide.
To have part; to receive a portion; to partake, enjoy, or suffer with others.
A legal document that makes its holder a part owner of the company that issues the share.
(GB) or stock (US) - a security representing a portion of the nominal capital of a company.
The portion of a fund held by a person which measures the percentage ownership held by that individual. The number of shares owned will increase/decrease based on contributions, fund transfers into/out of the fund and fund redemptions. See also “share value.
Part of the capital of a company, grants part ownership of the company to shareholder. Can be unquoted or quoted and ordinary or preference shares. Ordinary shares normally confer voting rights.
A share represents ownership in a company and the right to receive a share in the profits of that company. In the U.S. a share is called a stock. See Ordinary Share, Preferred Share.
One of a finite number of equal portions in the capital of a company, entitling the owner to a proportion of distributed (not reinvested) profits (dividends), and to a portion of the value of the company in case of liquidation.
When a company is formed the money paid by investors to finance it, usually referred to as 'capital', is divided into shares. A share will then define the interest shareholders have in the company. This interest includes the right to receive the dividends declared for the type of share held and, unless non-voting, a right to vote at general meetings. However, by owning a share you do not own a chunk of the company. Shareholders do have certain rights, including being able to remove directors at the annual general meeting. They also have to approve the appointment of any new directors.
Any of the equal portions into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided. A sole trader may own all the shares and therefore the whole business, and all the profits. In a partnership, shares may be divided among several people all of whom own part of the business and part of the profits. Or a Limited company may be divided into millions of shares which are sold to many investors. The investors may be banks who own a huge number of shares or individuals who own only a few shares. The money from the sale of the shares is used to fund growth. If the company is successful the investors get a share of the profits (a dividend) and their shares will go up in value. Short squeeze - A price goes up even though there is bad news out (in the price) Speculative buying/selling - Activity in a stock for no obvious reason
The risk-sharing part of a company's capital; also referred to as stocks or equities.
A share gives the holder ownership of part of a company. Thousands of people in Ireland are shareholders in companies quoted on the stock market. Private companies - those not quoted on the stock market - tend to have fewer shareholders. In many small companies, members of one family would be the only shareholders.:: AIB (9th Edition)
Security which grants ownership to a fraction of a company. Also entitles to receive regular dividend payments, if the company pays dividend at all, and possibly to vote at general assemblies of the company.
A G-Class share in the capital of the Company.
A unit of equity ownership that also entitles the holder to a proportion of the profits.
A share represents an investor's ownership in a "share" of the profits, losses, and assets of a company. It is created when a business carves itself into pieces and sells them to investors in exchange for cash.
any of the equal portions into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided and ownership of which is evidenced by a stock certificate; "he bought 100 shares of IBM at the market price"
give out as one's portion or share
a a name given to that portion of the company
a certificate of ownership in a company/corporation
a legal document issued by a company
a legal right to own a part of a company
an abstract concept that indicates ownership
an aliquot part of a companys nominal capital
a part of the capital of the corporation
a part ownership in a company
a piece of ownership
a security which represents a portion of the owner's capital in a business
a small piece of that company
a small stake in a company
a token of ownership
a unit of a company's capital and may be issued to the public
Any of the equal parts into which the capital stock of a corporation or company is divided.
A proportional part in the capital stock of a company. They tend to confer certain rights on their owners, including the right to receive part of the profit generated, the right to receive a part of the liquidation paid out in the case of dissolution, the right to vote at general meetings and preferential rights for the purchase of newly issued shares.
A contract between a company and a shareholder providing for the shareholder's ownership rights in respect of the company or part of the company.
A share is really a security that demonstrates your right to part-own a company.
A certificate or book entry measuring ownership in a company.
An interest in a company. The ownership of a company is divided into shares of stock.
A fixed identifiable unit of capital which has a fixed nominal or face value, which may be quite different from the market value of the share.
A document of title which defines a specific, absolute part of the equity of an "Aktiengesellschaft" (a joint-stock company, limited by shares). Synonyms: Title, Stock Certificate, Valor.
A unit of ownership in a mutual fund or equity ownership in a corporation, often represented by a stock certificate, which names the company and the shareowner.
The name of the unit of investment in a company formed under the New Zealand Companies Act 1993.
A unit of ownership in a company (common stock) or mutual fund. The value of a share will vary according to market conditions and other factors.
Tradable security representing a portion of the company's capital. The owner of a share, the shareholder, is a partner in the company and enjoys certain rights.
A share is a stake in a company, and the owner of a share is a part owner of that company. There are various types of share, including ordinary shares, preference shares and convertible preference shares, but when people talk about shares they usually refer to ordinary shares. Different types of share confer different rights. Ordinary shareholders have voting rights but come behind preference shares in the pecking order for receiving a dividend, and for being repaid if the company is wound up. Holders of preference shares receive preferential rights to dividends and repayment but seldom get the right to vote at the annual general meeting. The market value may bear little relation to the issue price as it rises and falls according to supply and demand.
a portion of an enterprise
A measure of ownership of a corporation. Some people refer to the share certificate as a stock. Shares are distinguished from securities, which are any type of investment instrument, including shares.
This is a legal document that states the holder is part owner of the company in which the share is held.
In relation to a company, a security representing a portion of the holder's capital in that company.
1) An ownership interest in something. - 2) A unit of stock.
A share represents a portion of the value of a corporation or cooperative. In a limited equity housing cooperative, members buy shares of the cooperative; these shares are the member equity of the cooperative.
A fully paid share in a company usually entitles the holders to attend and vote at shareholders meetings, participate in the distribution of the companyâ€(tm)s profits and, when the company is wound up, participate in its surplus assets, if any. A shareholder may only participate in accordance with the rights specifically laid out in the companyâ€(tm)s constitution. For instance a holder of â€˜ordinary sharesâ€(tm) may have different rights to the holders of special â€˜classâ€(tm) of shares or of â€˜preferenceâ€(tm) shares.
basic unit of ownership of a corporation in the form of stock
A unit of ownership in an equity security, such as a mutual fund or common stock.
A unit of ownership, or equity, interest in a Corporation.
A unit of ownership in a mutual fund or a unit of equity ownership in a corporation, represented by a stock certificate naming the company and the shareholder.
A unit of ownership in a mutual fund/unit trust or company held by a shareholder.
A certificate of ownership in a company. Also called stock.
Each of the parts into which the structured capital of a corporation is divided, which grants its holder the rights of a shareholder.
A unit of ownership in a corporation and the central core of stock trading. The more shares you own in a corporation, the more ownership you have in that corporation.
A share represents one unit of ownership in a corporation.
Shares are further breakdowns of porcions, similar to leagues and labors. Shares are county level survey and are not included in the Tobin Original Texas Land Survey, but in the same manner as labors are included as part of property ownership.
Security representing part of the capital of a company or publicly held corporation.
a unit of ownership in an investment or a company.
Ownership of a part of the capital stock of a corporation as represented by the possession of share certificates registered in the name of the shareholder.
An interest in a corporation.
unit or ownership of a mutual fund or stock.
A unit of ownership in a mutual fund, corporation, or partnership.
Common term for equity.
Also known as an equity in Britain and confusingly called a stock in America. Shares traditionally carry a higher level of risk but a greater possible reward than Government stocks. You can also reduce the risk of share investment by buying unit trusts. Ordinary shareholders are entitled to vote on company policy and to receive a slice of the company's profits in the form of dividends.
A share is a certificate representing ownership in a company. In the Marketocracy competition you trade shares just as you would in real life.
a share is the right of ownership which a shareholder has within a company. The rights which attach to the share are usually set out in the Articles of Association (see above). A company may issue many shares and not all of them need be worth the same amount nor carry the same rights. Unless the articles in some way prevent it, it is possible for a share to be sold to a third party - at which time the third party will become the shareholder in the company.
Shares represent a slice in the ownership of a company.
A stock certificate, a unit of measurement of the equity ownership of a corporation.
An equity part ownership in a company. (See also equity.)
Part ownership in a company limited by shares.
A unit of ownership or debt.
An individual unit of ownership in a publicly owned corporation or mutual fund.
A partial ownership in a listed company.
Type of security. A document certifying its owner (shareholder) as holder of a portion of a joint-stock company's capital. It also confers the right to receive dividends and attend General Meetings of Shareholders.
Ownership interest in a company. Normally refers to common voting shares, but could also refer to shares in other classes or types of stock.
An investment in, and part ownership of, a company.
The unit into which the ownership interest in a corporation is divided.
The capital of a company may be divided into units known as shares in which dealings can take place. If not so divided capital in the form of stock may be dealt with in any amounts.
Part of the capital of a company that confers part ownership of the company on the share owner.
A Share represents a partial ownership of a company or business.
Equal portion of rights and interest in a company.
A unit of stock representing ownership of a corporation. The number of shares owned by a particular shareholder are represented by a share certificate.
Given amount of money a person deposits with a credit union to become a member that confers ownership rights, has a stated par value, and pays dividends. A share account is what a credit union refers to as a savings account.
A stake in a company which confers ownership rights on the holder. Shares are also known as Equities.
stock, a certificate that represents part ownership of a company
A unit of stock representing ownership of a corporation and sometimes a limited partnership. A share certificate issued by the corporation in the name of the person owning the share represents the number of shares owned by a particular shareholder. Two types are used: common stock and preferred stock. Par value represents the equivalent dollar amount equal to one share's value. See Stock, Common stock.
Part-ownership in a company. Shares include certain rights (eg. to participate in the appointment of directors, to receive dividends, to receive a share of the surplus assets in a company's dissolution). Different types of shares include ordinary shares, convertible notes and preference shares.
Proportional ownership in a security, mutual fund or a "pool" of investors' money.
A share is a portion of ownership in a company that, in certain cases, confers voting rights. An individual may hold shares directly or through mutual funds and segregated funds.
Unit of equity ownership in a corporation. This ownership is represented by a stock certificate, which names the company and the shareowner. The number of shares a corporation is authorized to issue is detailed in its corporate charter. Corporations usually do not issue the full number of authorized shares.
The authorised share capital of a company is divided into a number of equal parts. Each part is called a share. See ordinary share or securities
The term "share" means a share of stock in a corporation or unit of interest in an unincorporated person.
Representing one unit of ownership in a company.
when referring to the awarding agency's portion of real property, equipment or supplies, share means the same percentage as the awarding agency's portion of the acquiring party's total costs under the grant to which the acquisition costs under the grant to which the acquisition cost of the property was charged. Only costs are to be counted -- not the value of third-party in-kind contributions.
One unit of stock.
a single unit of stock.
The term for the equal units into which the capital of a company is divided and which can be bought and sold on the stock market.
A contract between a company and the owner of a share representing the shareholder’s ownership of part of the company.
A security that represents part-ownership of a company.
The ownership of part of a company; a contract between the issuing company and the owner of the share which gives the latter an interest in the management of the corporation, the right to participate in profits and, if the company is dissolved, a claim upon assets remaining when all debts have been paid. See also Equity.
A unit of stock ownership in a corporation or other association
A portion of a company bought by a transfer of cash in exchange for a certificate, the certificate constituting proof of share ownership. Persons owning shares in a company are called "shareholders". There are two basic kinds of shares: common and preferred. A shareholder is not liable for the debts or other obligations of the company except to the extent of any commitment made to buy shares. The two other benefits of shares include a right to participate in profits (through dividends) and the right to share the residue of assets of the company, once liabilities have been paid off, if it is ever dissolved.
Security evidencing ownership in the capital of the issuing company. Shares may pay dividends to their owners and entitle them to vote at shareholder meetings. Shares may be listed on the stock exchange. Also known as a stock or an equity.
A proportion of the issued capital of a company. A company issues shares to raise the money required to finance its operations.
A unit of ownership of a company or a mutual fund.
Entitlement to part ownership of a company.
ownership of part of the capital stock of a company; a certificate documents this ownership. Also called a stock. Page 343
A unit of equity ownership in a corporation, represented by a stock certificate, which names the company and the shareowner. Also a unit of ownership in a mutual fund.
a certificate of ownership that gives you a share of a companyâ€™s profits through dividends and a claim on its assets if it is wound up
A certificate representing one unit of ownership in a corporation.
A unit representing a measure of ownership in a corporation.
Certificate that represents a certain stake in the nominal capital of a stock company.
A unit of ownership in a corporation or mutual fund.
An official written certificate of ownership in a company. Also called stock.
In finance a share is a unit of account for various financial instruments including stocks, mutual funds, limited partnerships, and REIT's. In British English, the usage of the word share alone to refer solely to stocks is so common that it almost replaces the word stock itself.