Friday 15th March 2002
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A: Treasury stock is issued shares in the company that the company has reacquired (usually by a buyback). No dividends are paid on treasury stock as these shares are being held by
the company. Unless the shares are cancelled by the directors then they can still be included when calculating earnings per share.
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