This article develops the issue of shares and everything associated with them.

It is established that the capital of a company is divided into shares,which allow shareholders to vote at the annual general meeting of the company,so profits can be received.
The assets consist of the goods and rights of those who owns the company,and therefore contains both intangible and tangible properties.There are also part of those assets called stocks,inventory…etc.

The majority of the shares contain a nominal value,which usually varies 25p.The issued share capital of the company equals the total nominal amount of all shares issued.

There are some actions that do not confer the right to vote,as designated by the suffix ''A''.These actions allow the founding family control of voting.
The dividend of a company is one share of its earnings paid to shareholders,which are known as incomes.
The split between income and the number of shares,are known as profits.

The tool that allows us to know how many years of income are required to pay a share,is via the P/E.
The production is summarized in the benefits,expressed as a percentage in relation to the shares.

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