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Ch 6 fin3244 - Ch 6 Residual owners= A way to refer to...

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Ch 6 Residual owners= A way to refer to shareholders in a corporation which reinforces the fact that if the company goes out of business they will only get what's left over after every one else is paid. Equity capital=Evidence of ownership position in a firm in the form of shares of common stock. Public offering= The sale of equity shares or other financial instruments by an organization to the public in order to raise funds for business expansion and investment. Public offerings of corporate securities in the U.S. must be registered with and approved by the SEC and are normally conducted by an investment underwriter. Rights offering= Issuing rights to a company's existing shareholders to buy a proportional number of additional securities at a given price (usually at a discount) within a fixed period. Treasury stock=Shares of a stock that have been sold then bought back by a company. Par value= The stated value or face value of a stock. book value= The amount of stockholders equity in a firm.
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