TeachMeFinance.com - explain Ex-all
Ex-all -- London Stock Exchange term, signifying that a
stock is selling ex-dividend and rights or ex any two or more
privileges simultaneously offered to the shareholders (stockholders)
of a company, such as the right to subscribe for new
stock of the company or for new stock of a controlled company
or for new stock of two or more controlled companies.
When a stock is sold "ex" it means that the buyer has no claim
upon the dividend or rights or bonus, or any other advantage
recently declared or due. Ex is the opposite of cum.
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