Definitions for "Share Capital"
The share capital is the total of all the capital paid in by shareholders at the time the company was established or after a capital increase.
Share capital is the money that shareholders put into a company. In the accounts, the share capital is the nominal value of all the shares issued. The accounts also disclose the authorised share capital, which is the amount that can be issued in accordance with the company's internal constitution.
this represents the ownership of the company. Distinguished between nominal (authorised) and issued share capital.
Shareholders' equity (or net worth) money put into a business by its owners for use by the business in acquiring assets and retained profits.
Money raised from selling shares to shareholders.
Keywords:  firm, preferred, book, combined, stock
The combined book value of a firm's common and preferred stock.
Keywords:  outstanding, original, cost
The original cost of shares outstanding.