The value of common shares in the company's accounts. It is determined by deducting all liabilities from all assets and dividing the result by the number of common shares.
Purchasing complete or partial ownership resulting in control of one corporation by another
Presentation of a firm's audited accounts for the preceding year, as required in corporate legislation. In addition to the auditor's report, an annual report commonly includes (1) management's review of the operations of the firm and its future prospects, (2) balance sheet, (3) income statement (profit and loss account), (4) cash flow statement, and other supporting documents
The simultaneous buying and selling of a security at two different prices in two different markets, resulting in profits without risk. Perfectly efficient markets present no arbitrage opportunities. Perfectly efficient markets seldom exist, but, arbitrage opportunities are often precluded because of transactions costs.
This is the quoted ask, or the lowest price an investor will accept to sell a stock. Practically speaking, this is the quoted offer at which an investor can buy shares of stock; also called the offer price.
Anything a company owns, including cash investments and property.
It is a statement shows a neutral technical opinion about the companies' financial statements.