Share buyback and share split

Share buyback

Stock corporations can, under certain conditions, buy back the shares they have issued (issued). The aim of such a share buyback is usually to increase the value of the remaining shares on the open market.

Stock split

A stock split is the division of a share into two or more shares. A share split should make the share look cheaper and thus make it more attractive. High-priced stocks are then made into cheaper stocks that are more interesting for investors and traders to trade. After a share split, the individual shareholder holds the same stake in a company. The share capital is simply divided into more shares than before. This results in neither a capital injection nor a financing effect for the stock corporation.

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