Ex-all


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Ex-all

The sale of a security without the privileges associated with the security such as dividends, voting rights, or warrants.

Ex-All

The sale of a security without any of the "extras" that otherwise would have belonged to it. Examples include dividends, warrants, and other rights. When a stock, for example, is sold ex-all, all of the rights associated with it remain with the seller. Selling ex-all almost invariably reduces the price for which the security is sold. See also: Ex-dividend date.