reverse stock split
A consolidation of outstanding shares taken by a company to reduce the number of shares on the market. For example, in a one for two (1:2) reverse split, a company or investor who owns 200 shares of a company's stock at $20 before a reverse split will own 100 shares at $40 after the reverse split. Compare to stock split.
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