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PREFERRED STOCK: The ownership shares in a corporation that have legal claim to the corporation's assets. Stock is usually dividend into two types, common stock and preferred stock. Preferred stock has first claim to the corporations net assets, and common stock comes in second. However, if a corporation has no preferred stock, the common stock has exclusive claim. Most stocks are negotiable and are traded one on a stock market.

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Lesson 7: Market | Unit 3: A Graph Page: 12 of 22

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  • How the market graph is obtained by combining the demand curve and the supply curve into the same space.
  • How market equilibrium is reached at the intersection of the demand and supply curves.
  • The equilibrium price as the only price that generates equality between the quantity demanded and the quantity supplied.


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UNLIMITED LIABILITY

A condition in which owners of a business are personally held responsible for any debts created by the business. Proprietorships and partnerships are the two types of business organizations in which owners have unlimited liability. Unlimited liability tends to restrict the size of a business and prevents large scale production. The alternative to unlimited liability is limited liability, a characteristic of corporations.

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