quoted company


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quoted company

n
(Stock Exchange) a company whose shares are quoted on a stock exchange
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The stark reality of what is happening in our economy and subsequently in our stock markets is clearly reflected in the decimation of the North East quoted company list for 2011.
Fourlis Holdings, the Ikea franchise-holder for Greece, Cyprus and Bulgaria, planned to open its first Bulgaria store by 2013, Reuters quoted company CEO Apostolos Petalason on October 14.
Boards of quoted companies may not feel that they are benefiting from their quoted status - capital is difficult to raise and the costs and regulation associated with being a quoted company may be perceived to be disproportionate to the benefits currently being enjoyed.
The Quoted Company Awards, sponsored by Grant Thornton and organised annually by Growth Company Investor magazine, recognise the achievements of quoted companies listed outside the FTSE 350, including Aim and Plus.
Once the sale of Stanley to Genting International is completed, the only quoted company unequiocally headquartered in Liverpool would be Sportech, the owner of Littlewoods Pools.
But those who have attended meetings with negotiators for Home Depot quoted company representatives as saying that, as long as a new Home Depot is located at the 10-acre site, they would consider creating a mixed-use plan with several smaller buildings for retail and commercial use.
The Commission has argued that every quoted company in Europe should have to publish an EU prospectus with annual updates.
One of the most persistent criticisms of British industry is its tendency towards short-termism, and the quoted company sector is usually positioned centre stage.
The majority of investment ends up in the shares of the FTSE-100 group of Britain's 100 largest quoted firms, which account for two-thirds of the entire quoted company sector.