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  Dividend - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stock dividends or Scrip dividends (common) are those paid out in form of additional stock shares of the issuing corporation, or other corporation (e.g., its subsidiary corporation).
If a holder of the stock chooses to not participate in the buyback, the price of the holder's shares should rise, but the tax on these gains is delayed until the actual sale of the shares.
Unlike joint stock company dividends, these payments are made in proportion to a members' spending with the co-operative society, not the number of shares they hold in it.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dividend   (1655 words)

 stock, stocking, stocks, stocked- WordWeb dictionary definition
The handle of a handgun or the butt end of a rifle or shotgun or part of the support of a machine gun or artillery gun
"his stock was so high he could have been elected mayor"
Stock up on to keep for future use or sale
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 » 2005 » October  InsideMicrosoft - part of the Blog News Channel
Chief Executive Steve Ballmer accelerated a plan to buy back stock, a decision analysts such as Heather Bellini at UBS AG had said was likely.
Microsoft had been buying back $2 billion in stock a quarter.
Thirty-one analysts suggest buying the stock, four recommend holding it and one says sell.
microsoft.blognewschannel.com /index.php/archives/2005/10   (2352 words)

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