Treasury stock

• Shares which have been repurchased from shareholders. The stock is held in the treasury and is listed on the company's Balance Sheet. It is available for retirement or resale. It is issued but not outstanding.

• Common stock that has been repurchased by the company and held in the company's treasury.

• Is the amount of stock held by a corporation after its issuance. When it is held by the corporation, it is nonvoting and no dividends are paid. These shares may be reissued subsequently for various purposes. At that time, they regain their voting rights and dividend status. These shares may also be permanently retired. See Authorized Shares and Issued Shares for related terms.


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