Betekenis van:
capital stock

capital stock
Zelfstandig naamwoord
  • geld in aandelen
  • the maximum number of shares authorized under the terms of a corporation's articles of incorporation



capital stock
Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • the book value of the outstanding shares of a corporation



    1. All capital sources - common stock, preferred stock, bonds and other long-term debt - are included in the WACC calculation.
    2. the amounts paid by the mutual fund from its capital stock as financial compensation to farmers.
    3. The conversion of the credit facility of EUR 15 million into capital stock,
    4. In 1999, it decided to list a part of the capital on the Athens Stock Exchange.
    5. Capital is either raised on the stock exchange or alternatively funded internally within the company.
    6. Any initial capital stock shall not be contributed by public funds.
    7. Currently, IFP therefore holds 100 % of the capital stock of Axens.
    8. “private equity” means private (as opposed to public) equity investment in companies not listed on a stock-market, including venture capital, replacement capital and buy-outs;
    9. The shareholders’ responsibility for the company’s obligations does not normally go beyond the latter’s capital stock and therefore does not affect the individual capital of the various shareholders.
    10. reduction of capital costs and charges due to economies of scale and better utilisation of rolling stock,
    11. According to the studies, Wfa's capital can best be compared to profit participating certificates, perpetual preferred stock and dormant holdings.
    12. TB is a joint stock company which in 2004 had own capital of around PLN 20 million (EUR 5 million).
    13. The conversion of the capitalised interest on the payment extension and on the credit facility into capital stock.
    14. The conversion of debts of EUR 63 million for which a payment extension had been granted into capital stock,
    15. Stock exchange JSC: Conditions of minimum capital (BGN 100000.); not less than 2/3 of the capital distributed among financial institutions (insurance companies, financial houses, investment intermediaries); a 5 % ceiling of the capital of the Stock Exchange for direct or indirect participation by a shareholder.