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Common stock is subordinate to all other equity of the issuer and is often referred to as residual equity. A share of common stock usually provides its holder with voting rights, which enables it to influence the operating and financial policies of an investee. Common stock represents the residual value of an entity after all senior interests (e.g., liabilities, senior classes of equity) have been accounted for.

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