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What is 'O'

A component of a stock symbol that indicates the shares of that stock are a second class of preferred shares. The "O" identifier can be seen after the dot of a NYSE stock symbol, or as the fifth letter of a Nasdaq symbol.

Explaining 'O'

Every security on the market is assigned a ticker symbol, and preferred stocks use the letters M, N, O and P to denote the preferred stock's class. Companies can issue several classes of preferred stock at a time, and the highest-ranked preferred stock receives dividend payments first.


Further Reading


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Pitfalls in the application of discriminant analysis in business, finance, and economicsPitfalls in the application of discriminant analysis in business, finance, and economics
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Event studies in economics and financeEvent studies in economics and finance
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The normative economics of health care finance and provisionThe normative economics of health care finance and provision
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