Microsoft is planning to split its stock into two groups. The first group will be focused on the operating systems, while the second group will focus on products that are not software. This will give shareholders the opportunity to get a piece of the company that they may not have been able to get before.
Microsoft has announced that it will split its stock into two classes. One class will be for ordinary shareholders and the other class will be for Preferred shareholders. Preferred shareholders will receive a dividend and voting power in the company. The split is expected to take place in the fourth quarter of 2016.
Microsoft stock split will take place on July 2nd, 2019.
Microsoft plans to split its stock into two classes, with the first class consisting of shareholders who have agreed to receive a greater return on their investment. The second class of shareholders will receive a smaller return, likely because they will not be able to hold onto their shares. This move will likely cause a market reaction, with some people expecting the company to announce the split before the end of the year and others anticipating a later date.