Why would a person want to buy shares in a listed company?
The person buy a shares in listed company to make a profit but in other words we can say the person buy the listed company shares to run there market without any hesitation.the listed company shares are like a golden egg but if you buy the shares in other company its like a speculation.
A company that is "listed" on a stock exchange is a corporation that has issued shares of stock which are available to be purchased by the public. The "exchange" is a marketplace where the shares can be bought and sold. Those who purchase the shares in a company are potentially able to profit from the growth of the company and any dividends that the company might issue. By selling shares, the company can potentially raise…
The Macintosh is a brand of computer produced by the Apple company. The Apple company is a Public company - meaning the general public can buy a share of the company. If you bought enough shares you would own the company but with several hundred million shares available (currently selling at $325 each) no one person owns the company.
You have to advise your client whether or not to sell his shares In what way would the identity of the buyer possibly affect the answer and would a bid by an established company raise the share price?
In what way would the identity of the buyer possibly affect the answer... A shareholder might have personal reasons why they wouldn't want a certain person to buy their shares. Would a bid by an established company raise the share price... A well known (and successful company) bidding for shares would certainly raise the price, as their good reputation would be a bonus in showing interest.
The only reason 2 issue shares in a privately-held (not publicly traded ) company is to document the portion of the value of the company that is owned by the shareholder. It would be senseless to issue shares with no value. It would mean the companies net worth would have to be $0.00 or bankrupt. So the answer is No.
A Company shall not issue the shares more than that of it's Authorised capital. It may issue the new shares to the old shareholders of the selling company. A company can purchase another company when it (Purchasing Company) is running in profits only. Then there is no necessity to take bank loans or to issue additional shares for procurement.
What happens to the stock of a publicly traded company in chapter 11 if it is bought out by another company?
It can be two ways. If the other company is a publicly traded company, the shares of the acquired company would get merged with the acquiring company's shares. All shareholders of the acquired company would be issued new shares of the acquiring company at a ratio that would be defined during the acquisition. If the other company is not a publicly traded company, they may opt to retain the stocks in the market of buy…