a share of preferred stock.
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- prefecture apostolic,
- preference shares,
- preference stock,
- preferential shop,
- preferential voting
Origin of preference share
First recorded in 1835–45
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British and Australian shares representing part of the capital issued by a company and entitling their holders to priority with respect to both net profit and net assets. Preference shares usually carry a definite rate of dividend that is generally lower than that declared on ordinary sharesUS and Canadian name: preferred stock Compare ordinary shares, preferred ordinary shares
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