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Shareholders are the owners of stock of the company that trade on an open exchange market such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) or the NASDAQ. For e.g. Common shareholders are allowed to vote in the company, and each 1 share entitles 1 vote while preferred shareholders have the right to receive dividend payments from the corporation, but have no voting rights.

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