LBO


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LBO

abbr.
leveraged buyout

LBO

abbreviation for
(Commerce) leveraged buyout

LBO

leveraged buyout.
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Bureau of Immigration spokesperson dana Sandoval said the LBO would be implemented immediately.
LBO volume has decreased since October 2017, when the future of the guidance was initially called into question; 1Q18 LBO volume was 17% lower than 4Q17 and 24% lower than 1Q17, according to Thomson Reuters LPC data.
Bioanalytical testing company Eurofins Scientific (EUFI.PA) revealed on Tuesday the completion of the acquisition of Laboratoire de Bromatologie de l'Ouest (LBO) located in Rosporden (Finistere), France.
Experiments are conducted at fuel-lean conditions, over a range of equivalence ratios from about 0.65[PHI] until LBO occurs.
Among the explanatory variables considered, only LBO duration and buyout sponsor are significant, but only in the very short term.
An LBO is issued to subject persons in order to at least monitor the itineraries of their flight, travel, and/or whereabouts.
An LBO is a tactic of acquisition using a significant amount of borrowed money to meet the cost.
September 2015 year-to-date LBO issuance of USD 57bn is only a fraction of the volume seen in the previous cycle peak.
The financial community generally agrees that the massive debt load incurred in the LBO precipitated or at least accelerated the failure of RJR Nabisco.
11 February 2014 -- Miami-based private equity investment firm HIG Capital said that it has successfully closed HIG Middle Market LBO Fund II at its USD 1.75bn cap.
Kovenock and Phillips' (1997) findings suggest that for these industries, the disciplinary effect of leverage from an LBO is expected to lead to better profitability due to reduced industry competition and the elimination of unproductive assets.
Dell Inc closed at $13.70 in New York yesterday, 5 cents above its proposed buyout share price, following claims that the tabled LBO offer represented a "gross undervaluation", Bloomberg reported.