Convertible Exchangeable Preferred Stock

Business / Finance / Convertible Exchangeable Preferred Stock: A eurobond that can be converted into another asset, often through exercise of attached warrants.

Other Words for Stock

Stock Verb Synonyms: supply, store, inventory, stockpile, reserve, reservoir, cache, hoard, wares, merchandise, goods, selection, assortment, range, variety, array
Stock Noun Synonyms: pedigree, bloodline, house, dynasty, (line of) descent, genealogy, extraction, roots, lineage, family, ancestry, parentage, breeding, heritage
Stock Adjective Synonyms: livestock, (domestic or farm) animals, cattle, beasts, horses, cows, oxen, sheep, goats
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Reverse Stock Split

Business / Finance / Reverse Stock Split: A proportionate decrease in the number of shares, but not the total value of shares of stock held by shareholders. Shareholders maintain the same percentage of equity as before the split. For example, MORE

Return On Stockholders Equity

Business / Accounting / Return On Stockholders Equity: A measure of overall performance from a stockholder's viewpoint: includes management of operations, uses of assets, and management of debt and equity, and is computed by dividing net income by average MORE

Restricted Stock

Business / Finance / Restricted Stock: Stock that must be traded in compliance with special SEC regulations concerning its purchase and resale. These restrictions generally result from affiliate ownership, M&A activity, and underwriting ac MORE

Rootstock

Life Style / Wine / Rootstock: The use of separate rootstock - essentially a clump of roots - onto which the vines are grafted was made necessary by the arrival of Phylloxera. The great Vitis vinifera varieties, such as Chenin Blan MORE

Screen Stocks

Business / Finance / Screen Stocks: To analyze various stocks in search of stocks that meet predetermined criteria. For example, a simple value screen would sort all stocks by their price-to-book ratio and pick the stocks with the lowes MORE

Secondary Stocks

Business / Finance / Secondary Stocks: Stocks with smaller market capitalization, less quality and more risk than blue chip issues that behave differently than larger corporations' stocks. MORE

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