first preferred stock

First preferred stock

A type of preferred stock that has priority over other preferred issues and common stock when claiming dividends and assets.

first preferred stock

A class of preferred stock with a preferential claim over common stock and other preferred stock from the same issuer with respect to dividends and assets.
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The bank also said that it has declared dividends on the series of its non-cumulative redeemable class-A first preferred stock.
D) that provides electricity generation, transmission and distribution services, authorised a series D first preferred stock dividend of USD0.
Power Financial expects to raise CAD250m (USD249m/EUR190m) in gross proceeds from the sale of 10m pieces of its series R, non-cumulative first preferred stock.
His many significant contributions to the success of Public Storage include: the completion of our first preferred stock issuance in 1992, his laying the foundation for our affiliated company, PS Business Parks, to become a public company in 1998 and consummation of the merger with Shurgard in 2005.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-September 20, 2011--TD Bank to redeem class A first preferred stock on 31 Oct(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
During the quarter, the Company paid its first preferred stock dividend.
This is the first preferred stock dividend paid since the merger of NHC and National Health Realty on October 31.
in2a received its initial common stock/debt financing from Citigroup Investments, ING Barings and a number of high visibility Wall Street players and is in the midst of securing its first preferred stock financing and structuring strategic partnerships.
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 30, 1998--Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation (NYSE:PCG), announced today that on July 31, 1998, it will redeem all of its 6-7/8% Redeemable First Preferred Stock, Series X, of which $43 million is currently outstanding.
The Austin-based securities firm focuses a great deal of resources on research, an approach that proved helpful in both the Autobond and the Westower case, Tejas' first preferred stock offering and first IPO.
44 percent Redeemable First Preferred Stock for a price of $25.
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