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A Symbol used by newspapers to signify that a stock is Trading without rights attached. Those rights remain with the seller.

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stock, Vetoing stock, Voting right, Voting stock, With interest, Watered stock, Widow-and-orphan stock, W-2 Form, W formation, When, as, and if issued, Year-To-Date, Yield to call, Yield to maturity, Yield to worst, Y shares