unlisted stock


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Noun1.unlisted stock - stock that is not listed and traded on an organized exchangeunlisted stock - stock that is not listed and traded on an organized exchange
penny stock - a stock selling for less that $1/share
OTC security, over the counter security, unlisted security - a security traded in the over-the-counter market
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Most of the latter's minority shareholders have noted they wish to retain their unlisted stock and swap it for listed securities.
Most of the lattera[euro](tm)s minority shareholders have noted they wish to retain their unlisted stock and swap it for listed securities.Country: AustraliaSector: Air TransportTarget: Sydney Airport Holdings LtdBuyer: Unnamed buyersVendor: Unnamed investor advised by UBS AGType: DivestmentStatus: Speculation, AuctionComment: UBS is reportedly looking to sell 5.5% i the target for at least USD336m.
According to the high court ruling, Haga swindled the man out of 370 million yen in 2001 as payment for the unlisted stock of a medical consulting firm, which was three times higher than the actual cost of the stock.
Another significant barrier was the prevention of companies from using their assets, such as unlisted stock, to purchase another company unless they went through a tedious and often unfavorable court valuation process.
Jtekt has retained the former Toyoda Machine's 15.8% interest in Mitsui Seiki unlisted stock, a deal cut in 2003.
The unlisted stock of Bodyfriend is currently valued at about 135,000 won.
The government published outlines for capital market reform along with measures to promote the KONEX market, encourage unlisted stock trading and develop the derivatives market, all of which are aimed at encouraging investment and increasing fund management efficiency.
Haga, whose real name is Mikio Toma, was charged with defrauding a total of 370 million yen from an acquaintance between June and October in 2001 as payment for the unlisted stock of a medical consulting firm, which was three times higher than the actual cost of the stock.
Dobson took a 37 per cent stake in the Stone-based company when it later floated on the Unlisted Stock Market in 1984.
Mr Woodford has always been a contrarian investor and his strategy of trying to deliver superior returns by including a proportion of small unlisted stocks has backfired significantly.
In reality, a suspension can happen to any open-ended fund, but the risk is greater when managers are invested in hard-to-sell illiquid holdings, such as property or unlisted stocks.
- A cut of 0.05 percentage points for unlisted stocks to 0.45