TeachMeFinance.com - explain Classified stock
Classified stock -- A stock is classified when any particular
kind of stock is divided into two or more classes, as, for instance,
when preferred stock is divided into first preferred and
second preferred and perhaps third preferred.
In Great Britain ordinary (common) stock is frequently
divided into two classes B and A ; other names for these two
classes being preferred ordinary and deferred ordinary.
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