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Shares Outstanding – Common Stock Primary Issue
Shares Outstanding – Common Stock Primary Issue represents the number of common shares outstanding in a company. When a company has two or more different types of common shares outstanding, Shares Outstanding – Common Stock Primary Issue represents the primary issue, which is most actively traded in the market. The description will match the reporting terminology used by the reporting company.

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