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Any individual, business, or organization that holds at least one share of a company's stock or unit in a mutual fund is referred to as a shareholder. The firm is primarily owned by its shareholders, who have specific rights and obligations and will also benefit from the company's success. These benefits take the form of rising stock prices or cash gains paid out as dividends. In contrast, when a corporation experiences a loss, the share price invariably falls, which may result in financial losses for shareholders or declines in their portfolios.

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