At AMC, no more “preferred” stocks
Aug 22, 2023

At AMC, no more “preferred” stocks

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The movie theater chain is consolidating their stocks in an unusual move that could dilute value but help with raising revenue. Plus, semiconductor chips.

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AMC moves to simplify its stock situation

Aug 22, 2023
The theater chain has been issuing stock to help it pay down debt, after struggling with declining movie ticket sales. But now, it wants to streamline the type of stock it offers.
Preferred shares are a lot like normal stocks, but they often lock companies into paying regular dividends that aren't tax deductible.
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