Meaning of "Aktiensplit" in the German dictionary


If there is a great call for a choice of two, may I suggest the clearer " dichotomy. Scholiast , Mar 26, Aus dem Grund bereitet die Gesellschaft einen Aktiensplit im Verhältnis 1: Yes, my password is:

Synonyms and antonyms of Aktiensplit in the German dictionary of synonyms


Hierbei werden die Aktiennen nbeträge nach den 55 8, 73 Abs. Aktiensplit Den gleichen Effekt kann die Unternehmung auch mit einem Aktiensplit erzielen. Bei einem Aktiensplit werden Aktien in eine oder mehrere Aktien aufgeteilt. Da sich weder Grundkapital noch die Beteiligung des einzelnen Aktionärs verändern , ist dieser Vorgang steuerlich neutral.

Ellen Ashauer, Saskia Bonenberger, Bei einem Aktiensplit wird das Aktienkapital nicht verändert, sondern bloss der Nennwert der Aktien herabgesetzt. Es handelt es sich somit um einen rein technischen Vorgang und nicht etwa um eine Kapitalerhöhung. Mai einen Aktiensplit im Verhältnis 1: Aus dem Grund bereitet die Gesellschaft einen Aktiensplit im Verhältnis 1: Was dir ein Aktiensplit über ein gutes Unternehmen verraten kann.

Weniger bekannt ist dir möglicherweise ein ganz anderes Qualitätsmerkmal: Sartorius will mit Aktiensplit Aktionäre locken - Dividende steigt. Auf der anstehenden Hauptversammlung soll der Aktiensplit sowohl für Stamm- als auch Vorzugsaktien im Verhältnis 1 zu 4 vorgeschlagen werden, wie das Gleichzeitig will die Beteiligungsgesellschaft einen Aktiensplit.

Dezember einen Aktiensplit im Verhältnis 2: Was bedeutet das für die Aktionäre? Biotest setzt Aktiensplit wie geplant um Die Kapitalerhöhung aus Gesellschaftsmitteln und der Aktiensplit wurde am Juni in das Handelsregister eingetragen.

Nach Börsenschluss werden heute die Split bei TecDax-Wert Nemetschek: Aktie sinkt um 75 Prozent - und Die Verluste sind allerdings rein optischer Natur - das Unternehmen führt einen Aktiensplit im Verhältnis von 1: It is a mistake to believe that "alternative" can only be used where there is a choice of two possibilities.

Fowler's Modern English Usage describes this belief as a fetish. Whatever the etymology of "alternative" may be, popular usage has ensured that it can be applied to multiple choices. DocPenfro , Mar 26, Greetings Strictly, you are correct. You may turn left, or alternatively turn right - but these are the only alternatives. One may say, however, "We have two options" - this excludes any third or other, more various possibilities.

Scholiast , Mar 26, I don't think there's anything imprecise about it, regardless of what it may have meant in Latin. It's perfectly correct for "alternatives" to refer to more than two in modern English.

Thanks, pob14 4 here. Many locutions, both in BrE and AmE, are generally current, while still being imprecise - I did not say "incorrect". Between "option" and "alternative" there remains a fine distinction in the sense I intended.

Beryl from Northallerton , Mar 26, UK English - England. Many words overlap in meaning but few pairs are actually identical. What toppings do you have? Here is a list of options — choose as many as you wish. B ii "Sorry, there is no ice cream and no toppings, Here is a list of alternatives — which one do you want?

PaulQ , Mar 26, London English - British. There at least two issues here: On this score, I agree with the view that we ought to retain the root sense of 'alternative' as much as possible, by confining it to pairs bearing in mind that there may be more than one pair of alternatives in a situation.

Since we have the possibility of using 'possibility' for choosing from more than two, why not use it and retain precision? The second issue is the difference between 'option' on the one hand and 'possibility' or 'alternative' on the other. Here again the root meaning is significant: This word implies nothing about the number of choices available, but it shows there is a mental element involved, the act of choosing, which is not implied by the word 'possibility'.

If there is a great call for a choice of two, may I suggest the clearer " dichotomy. In casual speech I might well use these words interchangeably as regards meaning , but not as regards usage.

You can say "I suggest you do this - what's your alternative? In formal speech and writing , I would try to maintain the distinction stated by Scholiast. Not because of etymology Latin, Schmatin , but because it's more precise. If we don't maintain distinctions in meaning, then before long like everything kinda y'know gets all like mush kinda thing. I have a toolbox full of brushes that have been used for every job and now are useful for none.

Keith Bradford , Mar 26, I know that when someone wants to outline an choice that is even worse than the current one, "alternative" is what mostly used.