A maneuver in which a company reduces the number of shares outstanding by exchanging a fractional amount of a new share for each outstanding share of stock.
A process whereby a corporation reduces the number of outstanding shares without affecting the market value of its stock.
A company's reduction in the number of shares of stock to entice new investors. The opposite of a stock split, a reverse split means the company will decrease the number of shares to raise share price. Your percentage of ownership in the company remains the same.