Public companies often go through big changes. They may buy other companies, offer more shares to the public, find themselves removed from an exchange where they trade, or go through a bankruptcy, among other things.
These circumstances are referred to as corporate actions, and they can often affect the share value of a company, or even the ability of a particular company’s security to trade. Stash wants to help you learn about these events in a company’s life.
The following articles can help you understand all the different types of corporate action.