voting stock

 Stock that includes the right to vote on the company’s business.

American business jargon. 2014.

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  • voting stock — see stock Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • voting stock — The shares in a corporation that entitle the shareholder to vote. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * voting stock voting stock ➔ stock1 * * * voting stock UK US noun [U] FINANCE, STOCK MARKET ► VOTING SHARES( …   Financial and business terms

  • voting stock — noun shares in a corporation that entitle the shareholder to voting and proxy rights • Hypernyms: ↑stock …   Useful english dictionary

  • voting stock — Fin shares whose owners have voting rights. U.K. term voting shares …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • voting stock rights — The stockholder s right to vote his stock in the affairs of his company. Most common shares have one vote each. Preferred stock usually has the right to vote when preferred dividends are in default for a specified period. The right to vote may be …   Black's law dictionary

  • Non-voting stock — is stock that provides the shareholder very little or no vote on corporate matters, such as election of the board of directors or mergers. This type of share is usually implemented for individuals who want to invest in the company’s profitability …   Wikipedia

  • non-voting stock — ➔ stock1 * * *    Securities that do not allow the holder to vote on company resolutions …   Financial and business terms

  • Majority of voting stock — владение пакетом более половины акций. Словарь бизнес терминов. Академик.ру. 2001 …   Словарь бизнес-терминов

  • voting share — ➔ Share * * * voting share UK US noun [C] (also voting stock [U]) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET ► a company share that gives its owner the right to vote at shareholder meetings: »He holds 18% of the company s voting shares. »The family controls 43% of… …   Financial and business terms

  • Voting interest — in business and accounting is a percentage of voting stock owned. This notion is different from economic interest that refers to a percentage of all the equity issued, including preferred stock, warrants, and so on. Ownership of more than 50% of… …   Wikipedia

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