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1Admitted for trading on a stock exchange.‘listed securities’
- ‘This gives the firm the responsibility of maintaining positions in a particular listed stock to enhance market liquidity for that stock.’
- ‘Instead, every buyer and seller offers a price to buy or sell listed shares.’
- ‘The warrants can be purchased through Irish stockbrokers and are traded as listed securities on the Irish Stock Exchange.’
- ‘Firstly, the company is about as understandable as it gets, with its proprietary database of listed companies underpinning the share research of many a market punter.’
- ‘The Zambian stock exchange has 11 listed companies with a market capitalisation of US $231 million.’
- ‘He said the stock markets also provide listed companies with a platform to raise long term capital and that it also offered investors alternative investment.’
- ‘The combined value of all the shares in a listed company.’
- ‘The equity market's performance was high largely on account of share gains in four of the listed companies on the stock exchange.’
- ‘Banks hold only 1 percent of the publicly listed shares.’
- ‘The value of the listed shares has also exceeded 400 trillion won in four years and seven months since the 300 trillion won mark was broken in August 1999.’
- ‘This is as a result of low demand for shares on the stock market thereby failing to influence the share prices of the listed and quoted companies on the stock market.’
- ‘Making profits for shareholders ought to be the main objective for a listed company and, as such, investors tend to pay most attention to reported profits.’
- ‘It is the view of the officials that anyone who buys shares in the listed companies takes the risk that would be associated with buying and selling stock.’
- ‘The suspension will not affect the sale of shares by companies already listed.’
- ‘About two third of the shares of listed companies is held by government departments.’
- ‘But the government's massive purchase of listed shares will affect investor confidence.’
- ‘But the ones of particular interest in the New Zealand market are equity warrants, linked to the shares of a listed company.’
- ‘Were any of the profits derived from other than the sale of listed shares?’
- ‘According to the capital market law, listed companies are not allowed to undertake mergers that could lead to monopolies.’
- ‘The companies are set to be merged before floating on the stock market and the merger will create the largest listed media group in Germany.’
2US Represented in a telephone directory.
- ‘He does not have a listed telephone number and could not be reached for comment.’
- ‘The reporter called the listed telephone number and asked if the shop only served Japanese customers.’
- ‘An operator receives a request for directory information about a listed party over a telephone connection.’
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