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to Solutions Chapter 14 How Corporations Issue Securities 1. a. A rights issue can be used for subsequent issues of stock. A rights issue requires that there are already existing shareholders. Seasoned offerings are security issues by firms that are already publicly traded. Publicly traded firms usually find it advantageous to sell new shares in a public offering because the public offering is less costly than...

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