Stock authorized by a corporations charter but not yet issued.
Stock authorized by a corporation's charter but not yet issued. see also treasury stock.
That portion of authorized stock not distributed among investors.
that part of a corporation's authorized common and preferred shares never actually exchanged for money or services.
a corporation's stock that is authorized by its charter, but never issued for sale
Stock authorized in a company's charter but not issued. Contrast with treasury stock, which has been issued and then bought back.
Shares authorized in a corporation's charter, but not issued.
Shares of stock that are authorized in the corporate charter but not yet issued. Unissued shares are issued on the direction of the corporation's board of directors. However, shares needed for rights, warrants, convertible securities and unexercised employee stock options must be reserved and cannot be issued. Unissued shares cannot pay dividends nor can it be voted. These shares are not the same as treasury stocks, which are issued shares but no longer outstanding. See: Convertible Securities; Issued And Outstanding; New Issue; Options; Outstanding Stock; Right; Treasury Stock; Warrant
When a corporation possesses authorized common and preferred shares, but never actually exchanges them for money or services.
Unissued stock is stock that has been authorised in a companies charter, but has never been sold. It differs from Treasury stock (in the UK, Treasury shares, as treasury stock means something else), in that treasury stock has been issued, and bought back by the company, where as unissued stock has never been issued.