Yes, some large co-ops in the US trade their stock (class B, non-voting shares) on the stock market. Notably, member shares, which permit voting rights, may not be traded in such a manner.
Yes, some large co-ops in the US trade their stock (class B, non-voting shares) on the stock market. Notably, member shares, which permit voting rights, may not be traded in such a manner.
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