cumulative preferred stock

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preferred stock whose dividends if omitted accumulate until paid out

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625% cumulative preferred share of beneficial interest, Series U.
Aimco said that it would use some USD150m of the funds raised via the placement for the redemption of its outstanding class T cumulative preferred shares, some USD65m for the redemption of its outstanding class V cumulative preferred shares, some USD86m for the redemption of its outstanding class Y cumulative preferred shares and would deploy the rest for covering general corporate needs.
75% Cumulative Preferred Shares (CUSIP #29380T303) are as follows:
625% Series A cumulative preferred shares, with any excess used for investment purposes.
9m) of the funds raised via the stock sale for the redemption of its outstanding class T cumulative preferred shares, some USD65m for the redemption of its outstanding class V cumulative preferred shares and would deploy the rest for redemption of outstanding class Y cumulative preferred shares and for covering general corporate needs.
Given XL's unilateral flexibility in modifying the terms of the reinsurance agreement with Stoneheath Re as well as Stoneheath Re's reliance on XL to provide a significant portion of the preferred dividends via reinsurance payments, Stoneheath Re's non-cumulative perpetual preferred securities are rated equivalent to XL's existing cumulative preferred shares.
5% cumulative preferred shares of US real estate investment trust (REIT) Public Storage Inc (NYSE:PSA).
17 January 2011 - The Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS) has announced dividends on four series of non-cumulative preferred shares and a series of cumulative preferred shares.
18 October 2010 - The Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS) has announced dividends on four series of non-cumulative preferred shares and a series of cumulative preferred shares.
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