equity capital

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equity capital

n
(Stock Exchange) the part of the share capital of a company owned by ordinary shareholders or in certain circumstances by other classes of shareholder

eq′uity cap`ital


n.
that portion of the capital of a business provided by the sale of stock.
[1960–65]
Translations

equity capital

ncapitale m azionario
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