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English definition of “ex-all”

ex-all

adverb
 
 
( abbreviation xa) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
if a stock is sold ex-all, the seller keeps all rights and advantages relating to that stock. For example, all dividend payments, bonus shares, etc. will be given to the seller instead of to the buyer: Share prices are quoted ex-all.
(Definition of ex-all from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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