treasury shares

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Noun1.treasury shares - stock that has been bought back by the issuing corporation and is available for retirement or resale; it is issued but not outstanding; it cannot vote and pays no dividends
stock - the capital raised by a corporation through the issue of shares entitling holders to an ownership interest (equity); "he owns a controlling share of the company's stock"
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the Company) hereby announces that, at the meeting of its Board of Directors held on April 25, 2017, the Directors decided to cancel the treasury stocks as follows.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 16, 2015-Bank of England reveals index-linked treasury stocks payments
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 16, 2015-Bank of England reveals index-linked treasury stocks payments
Li reported that the treasury stocks will be used for the issuance of euro-dollar convertible bonds (ECB), which will then converted into global depository receipts (GDR) later on.
The other companies saddled with treasury stocks are Mahindra & Mahindra, BPCL, IOC and United Spirits.
The ruling coalition parties on Friday submitted a bill to amend the Commercial Code to remove the ban on companies acquiring and holding treasury stocks.
The proposed bill would also lift the ban on companies buying back their own stocks so long as the size of the so-called treasury stocks do not exceed the level of earnings that can be paid out as dividends.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 17, 2014-Bank of England reveals interest payable on Index-linked Treasury Stocks
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 17, 2014-Bank of England reveals interest payable on Index-linked Treasury Stocks
50 crore of its own treasury stocks lying with a trust.
Justice Minister Masahiko Komura said Tuesday the ministry will review the Commercial Code for introducing proposed treasury stocks to allow companies to buy back and hold their own shares in an effort to help bolster the sagging stock markets.