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Noun1.stockholdings - a specific number of stocks or shares owned; "sell holdings he has in corporations"
belongings, property, holding - something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone; "that hat is my property"; "he is a man of property";
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The Dillard family's stockholdings had total value of about $600 million as of Nov.
71 billion yen, on valuation losses on its stockholdings and temporary costs related to corporate tax reform.
The Federal Reserve is tightening its policies on director eligibility more than six months after then New York Fed Chairman Stephen Friedman resigned after questions were raised about his stockholdings in Goldman Sachs once it came under the Fed's direct supervision.
combined subsidiary capital intercorporate stockholdings shall be eliminated.
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMFG) (TYO: 8316), Japan's third-biggest bank, has said that profit fell more than 99 percent in the third quarter as the bank registered rise in bad loans and also took losses on stockholdings.
In addition, it serves as a reminder of the importance of tracking changes in stockholdings of closely held loss corporations, as it is often possible to prevent an ownership change from occurring by monitoring ownership changes within the moving three-year testing period.
said Thursday it has sold about 26 billion yen worth of its Japanese stockholdings for capital gains of roughly 12 billion yen.
I don't care what anyone says of my statement, but a vowed religious community should not have stockholdings to begin with.
said Friday it has more than halved its consolidated earnings projection for fiscal 2001 to last Sunday due mainly to appraisal and sales losses on stockholdings resulting from falling stock prices.
The proposal to create a government-backed body to purchase shares was included in a package of emergency economic measures adopted April 6 by the LDP-led coalition to absorb Japanese banks' excessive stockholdings in other businesses.
5 billion yen for a drop in the valuation of stockholdings in its money-losing uranium mining subsidiary in Niger and for an increase in loan-loss reserves for repayment guarantee.

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