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Treasury Shares – Common Primary Issue
Treasury Shares – Common Primary Issue represents the number of common shares owned by the company itself and its consolidated subsidiaries. When a company has more than one type of common shares, Treasury Shares – Common Primary Issue represents the number of primary issue shares owned by the company itself or its consolidated subsidiaries. The description will match the reporting terminology used by the reporting company and is related to the corresponding common class of stock.

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