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Canceled Order

A buy or sell order that has been cancelled prior to its execution.

Capital Gain

Profit made on securities by selling the security for a higher price than was paid for that security.

Cash Dividend to Paid-in Capital (%) Cash Dividend to Paid-in Capital (%) - = Cash Dividend x 100% / Paid-in Capital.

Cash Dividends

The amount of cash distributed to the shareholders by a company, expressed as a percentage of par value.

Clearance

The post-trade and pre-settlement matching of trade details for the purpose of confirming the trade and allowing settlement.

Clearinghouse

A computerized facility that compares and reconciles both sides of a brokerage trade.

Closed-End Mutual Fund (Fixed Capital Mutual Fund)

A mutual fund that has shares which are readily transferable in the open market and are bought and sold like shares of stock. The number of fund shares remains finite, as opposed to an open-end mutual fund.

Closing Price

The price of the last trading transaction in a trading session, executed on a specific security.

Common Stock

One of two main types of stock an investor can purchase in a company. Investors who hold common stock have voting rights at the company's annual stockholders' meeting, but are not guaranteed dividends. If dividends are issued, holders of common stock receive the distribution only after the holders of preferred stock receive the distribution.

Corporate Action

Restructuring the ownership of a company, through an action such as a stock split or conversion.

Cross Trade

An order to buy and an order to sell a specific security, placed within one broker, for the same quantity, and for the same price (also called Crossing or Cross Execution).

Current Assets

A company's assets that are expected to be realized in cash, sold, or consumed within the next year.

Current Liabilities

Money owed by a company to be paid within the next year.

Current Ratio

Calculated by dividing the total current assets for a given period by the total current liabilities for the same period.

Current Yield

A percentage measure of how much income is being derived from a security. The formula is calculated by dividing the annual payment (through dividends or interest) to the holder of the security divided by the following number: current price of the security divided by 100 times the quantity of the security.

Custodian

Financial institution that maintains custody of stock certificates for institutional individual clients.

Custody

Safekeeping of securities for institutions and individuals generally including settlement of trades, collection of income, and processing of corporate actions.