Issued stock that is still being held by investors.
The shares of a corporation's stock that have been issued and are in the hands of the public. also called shares outstanding. see also float.
The amount of shares issued and in the hands of stockholders.
The shares of a corporation's stock that have been... Add a comment
Issued stock in the hands of the public, minus issued stock that has been required by the corporation (treasury stock).
Equity securities that are issued by a corporation and in the hands of the public; the issuer has not reacquired issued stock.
Common shares of a corporation that are held by investors. The figure is shown on the corporation's balance sheet as "capital stock issued and outstanding". See: Balance Sheet; Capital Stock; Common Stock; Issued And Outstanding
Stock of a corporation in the hands of investors.
The amount of common shares of a corporation which are in the hands of investors. It is equal to the amount of issued shares less treasury stock.
Outstanding stock is common stock that has been authorized and issued by a corporation and purchased by investors. It has voting rights and represents ownership in the corporation by the person or institution that holds the stock. It should be distinguished from treasury stock, which is common stock that has been repurchased by the corporation or that is authorized, but not yet issued (i.e., still held in the corporate "treasury").