Antidilutive


Since there is a fixed total number of shares that a company issues, its share price is determined when the total market value of the company is divided by its total shares. Antidilutive is the term used to describe an action taken preventing the share price from going down as a result of new issuance. This also applies to shareholders since their total holding percentage is reduced with the result of more issuance of company shares.

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