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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One that the conglomerate was in the throes of expansions and diversification that required cash and it could ill afford to tie up the money in treasury stocks. 'We are working to secure the future of the group for the next 10 to 15 years.'
Hyundai Mobis will retire its treasury stocks worth 600 billion won ($558 million) over the next three years and will pay quarterly dividends to its shareholders, the auto part business arm of Hyundai Motor Group said Wednesday.
Lucia has about 2.25 billion in treasury stocks which have been authorized for sale.
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As an example, we reviewed recently treasury stocks and their uses in three Asean countries, namely Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
Probably, he meant placing a part of the planned issue or treasury stocks as ADRs (Rosneft has accumulated about 560m shares, or 6% of equity, following the buy-back).
28) that the government encourages listed firms to purchase treasury stocks. According to the announcements of listed firms, as of Dec.
The other companies saddled with treasury stocks are Mahindra & Mahindra, BPCL, IOC and United Spirits.
In the next three months the first tranche of pounds 75bn will be used to buy up huge chunks of Government debt, otherwise known as gilts or Treasury stocks, with maturity dates of five to 20 years from institutions such as banks, pension funds and insurance companies.