control stock


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Noun1.control stock - shares owned by shareholders who have a controlling interest
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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Sperrminorität
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He tells us, "Being a stock analyst and a consultant in the Money Control stock market forum helped me immensely to know the vagaries of the stock market.
power generation assets of Gazprom Group are consolidated in Gazprom Energoholding, which holds a control stock in Mosenergo, TGC-1, OGK-2 and MOEK.
With our recent growth, Access Delta will become a crucial aspect of our businesses," as Jason highlighted: "We will be able to reduce the amount of time and resource it takes to control stock with the implementation of Access Delta.
Ministers will urge manufacturers to scrap "sell by" and "display until" dates which exist largely to help shops control stock levels.
We didn't have any issues with salt, though, as after the cold weather earlier in the year, head office took the decision to control stock levels of salt centrally this time to ensure there was always enough.
We also exclude ADRs because of the difficulty of finding a matching control stock.
According to economic and political analysts, the economic recession of 1929 was caused by the Zionist Rochield family that originated from Germany with the intention to control stock markets and hit them whenever it wants.
In line with these rankings, some shares sky-rocketed, while others plunged, as if rating agencies have a magic wand that enables them to control stock markets all over the world.
If you get rid of cable and publishing, it's pure content, and no control stock.
A Cardiff council spokesman said: "The library service's primary function is to lend items and it is a difficult balancing act to remain true to that philosophy with the need to control stock.
David's eager eye for empirical evidence of consumers' personal hygiene habits has helped him predict future buying trends and control stock.