Common shares

Common shares

Common shares are standard shares with no particular restrictions or rights and have the potential to provide the highest financial gain, but ordinary shares (common share) also have the heavy risk. Ordinary shareholders are the last to be paid when the company is wound up. Common shareholders having rights to share the earnings and to vote at the firm’s annual general meetings and other official meetings.

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