dilution of shareholding

/daɪˌlu:ʃ(ə)n əv 'ʃeəhəυldɪŋ/ noun
a situation where the ordinary share capital of a company has been increased, but without an increase in the assets so that each share is worth less than before
(NOTE: The US term is stockholding.)

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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