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Look up Stock, stock, stocks, or -stock in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Stock is a representation of capital paid or invested into a business entity by stockholders.

Stock may also refer to:

Animals

  • Stock (cage), a stall or cage used to restrain livestock
  • Fish stock, semi-discrete subpopulations of a particular species of fish
  • Foundation stock, individual or general type of horses used as the foundation animals that create a new breed or bloodline
  • Livestock, animals kept for agricultural purposes
  • Stock fish, a type of dried fish product

People

  • Old Stock Americans, descendants of the original settlers of the Thirteen Colonies, of mostly British ancestry, who colonized America in the 17th and the 18th centuries

Plants

  • Stock (also capital stock) of a corporation, all of the shares into which ownership of the corporation is divided
  • Stock (variable), in economics, business, or accounting, a variable measured at one specific time
  • STOCK Act, the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act, an Act of Congress designed to combat insider trading
  • Stock in trade or inventory, a supply of goods or materials held in storage by a business or household
  • Tally stick#Split tally, in ancient financial accounting, the part of a split tally stick used as a receipt in a transaction
  • Military stock, a leather collar issued to Napoleonic-era soldiers
  • Stock tie, a tie worn around the neck of a competitor riding in an equestrian event
  • Stock (firearms), a part of a gun which interfaces with the shoulder or hand
  • Stock (food), a liquid flavoring base for soups and sauces
  • Stock (geology), an igneous rock formation
  • Stock, a type of changeling, a mythical creature
  • Card stock, a type of paper
  • Cattle catch or stocks, a move in some martial arts and wrestling
  • Infant bed, for sleeping babies, rarely called a stock
  • Label stock, a carrier for a label
  • Rolling stock, the vehicles that move on a railway
  • Stocks, a device for punishment or torture
  • Stöckli, sometimes called Stock, a traditional agricultural building in Switzerland and parts of Germany
  • Stock (dominoes), in dominoes, the tiles not picked up at the start which may be drawn later.
  • Bar stock, a common form of raw purified metal
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Stock disambiguation Article Talk Language Watch Edit Look up Stock stock stocks or stock in Wiktionary the free dictionary Stock is a representation of capital paid or invested into a business entity by stockholders Stock may also refer to Contents 1 Places 2 People 3 Arts entertainment and media 4 Biology 4 1 Animals 4 2 People 4 3 Plants 5 Brands and enterprises 6 Economics 7 Clothing 8 Other uses 9 See alsoPlaces EditStock Essex England a village and civil parish Stock Windmill Stock Podlaskie Voivodeship Poland a village Stock Wiltshire England a small settlement Stock Farm a northern suburb of Roseau Dominica Stock Island an island in the lower Florida Keys Stock Township Harrison County Ohio United States Stock Township Noble County Ohio United StatesPeople EditStock surname a surnameArts entertainment and media EditStock album by Akina Nakamori Stock a fictional town in Eastfarthing in the works of J R R Tolkien Raw stock undeveloped motion picture film Stock character a stereotypical fictional character who audiences readily recognize Stock footage film or video footage that can be used in other films Stock photography the supply of photographs licensed for specific uses Stock sound effect a prerecorded sound effect created for or contained within a sound effect library Summer stock theatre American theatre concept Summer Stock American film premised on Summer stock theatreBiology EditAnimals Edit Stock cage a stall or cage used to restrain livestock Fish stock semi discrete subpopulations of a particular species of fish Foundation stock individual or general type of horses used as the foundation animals that create a new breed or bloodline Livestock animals kept for agricultural purposes Stock fish a type of dried fish productPeople Edit Old Stock Americans descendants of the original settlers of the Thirteen Colonies of mostly British ancestry who colonized America in the 17th and the 18th centuriesPlants Edit Stock flower Matthiola a genus of flowering plants Virginia stock Malcolmia maritima a garden plantBrands and enterprises EditStock publishing house a French publisher and subsidiary of Hachette Livre which itself is part of the Lagardere Group Elliot Stock a London publisher of the works of among others William Blades Stock Spirits a Polish company established in 1884 Stock Transportation a Canadian school bus operator Stock supermarket an Paraguayan supermarket chainEconomics EditStock also capital stock of a corporation all of the shares into which ownership of the corporation is divided Stock variable in economics business or accounting a variable measured at one specific time STOCK Act the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act an Act of Congress designed to combat insider trading Stock in trade or inventory a supply of goods or materials held in storage by a business or household Tally stick Split tally in ancient financial accounting the part of a split tally stick used as a receipt in a transactionClothing EditMilitary stock a leather collar issued to Napoleonic era soldiers Stock tie a tie worn around the neck of a competitor riding in an equestrian eventOther uses EditStock firearms a part of a gun which interfaces with the shoulder or hand Stock food a liquid flavoring base for soups and sauces Stock geology an igneous rock formation Stock a type of changeling a mythical creature Card stock a type of paper Cattle catch or stocks a move in some martial arts and wrestling Infant bed for sleeping babies rarely called a stock Label stock a carrier for a label Rolling stock the vehicles that move on a railway Stocks a device for punishment or torture Stockli sometimes called Stock a traditional agricultural building in Switzerland and parts of Germany Stock dominoes in dominoes the tiles not picked up at the start which may be drawn later Bar stock a common form of raw purified metalSee also EditStalk disambiguation Standing stock disambiguation Stocker disambiguation Stocking disambiguation Stocks disambiguation Stocks surname All pages with titles containing Stock This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Stock If an internal link led you here you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Stock disambiguation amp oldid 1061119211, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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