tracking stock


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tracking stock

n.
A common stock that is nominally linked to a particular segment of a company's business and entitles holders to few of the ownership rights of a traditional stock.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-February 1, 2017-EchoStar enters into exchange agreement with DISH for HRG tracking stock
Andy explained that the Dell deal was unique because it was a privately held company creating a tracking stock tied to the publicly traded stock of its target's subsidiary.
NYSE: FNF), a provider of title insurance, technology and transaction services to the real estate and mortgage industries, has said that its stockholders have approved four separate proposals related to the formation of a tracking stock, Fidelity National Financial Ventures (FNFV), that will track the performance of its portfolio company investments.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-June 10, 2014--Fidelity National Financial reiterates support for tracking stock proposal
I examine the roles of valuable internal capital markets, cross-subsidization, and insider ownership as determinants of choice between tracking stock and spin-offs in corporate equity restructuring.
Holders of the Celera tracking stock would receive Celera shares in a one-for-one exchange.
The first tracking stock was issued in 1984 to facilitate General Motors' purchase of Electronic Data Systems.
At least that's the main idea of taking a business unit public through a spin-off, tracking stock, or equity carve-out.
Sony Communication Network (SCN), a wholly owned subsidiary of consumer electronics giant Sony, had a disappointing first trading Wednesday at the Tokyo Stock Exchange in Japan's first-ever listing of a tracking stock.
New issues of tracking stock -- secondary stocks issued by major companies seeking to capture value from corporate spinoffs and Internet ventures are having a predictably tough time getting traction these days.
said Monday it has kicked off preparations for the issuance of tracking stock for Sony Communication Network Corp.
An investor who purchases a tracking stock receives a security with a dividend tied to the cash flow of a specified unit.