A shares


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A shares

pl n
(Stock Exchange) Brit those ordinary shares in a company which carry restricted voting rights or other restrictions
Translations

A shares

plstimmrechtslose Aktien pl

A shares

npl (Brit) (Stock Exchange) → azioni fpl con scarsi diritti di voto
References in classic literature ?
The shares in a company which everyone believed to be worthless stood at thirty dollars, and not a share was offered.
Then why," Da Souza asked, looking up with twinkling eyes, "do you want to sell me a share in it?
But loss of blood had cooled my brain; and, perhaps, natural perversity had also a share in the composure which grew upon me as it deserted my companion.
But," said Cecily timidly, "that will leave out Peter and the Story Girl and Sara Ray, just as if they didn't have a share in it.
And as for having a share in it, you bet we'll all have a share in it.
was still worse than that of the ephori: for it contained all the faults incident to that magistracy and some peculiar to itself; for in both cases it is uncertain who will be elected: but the Lacedae-monians have this advantage which the others have not, that as all are eligible, the whole community have a share in the highest honours, and therefore all desire to preserve the state: whereas among the Cretans the
And thirdly, that men accustomed to investigate the sources of public prosperity upon a large scale, must be too well convinced of the utility of commerce, to be inclined to inflict upon it so deep a wound as would result from the entire exclusion of those who would best understand its interest from a share in the management of them.
While he hammered away at his metals the Dog slept; but when, on the other hand, he went to dinner and began to eat, the Dog woke up and wagged his tail, as if he would ask for a share of his meal.
You see, these three were the ones that got a share of everything in the Sea Valley.
The soul of her youth clamored for its rights; for a share in the world's glory and exultation.
Nothing has been asked of her," returned Luscinda; "she has only been offered our company for this evening and a share of the quarters we occupy, where she shall be made as comfortable as the circumstances allow, with the good-will we are bound to show all strangers that stand in need of it, especially if it be a woman to whom the service is rendered.
B made a cash tender offer for A's shares and sufficient A shares had been tendered before the donation for the merger to be approved.