Issue price

 

Home
Site Map
Add Term
Search
About Us
Contributors

Issue price

The price at which a company's shares are offered to the market for the first time. When they begin to be traded, the market price may be above or below the issue price.



Similar Matches

Singapore Issues

Singapore Issues

The issues on which it was agreed to form working groups at the Singapore Ministerial: trade and investment, competition policy, transparency in government procurement, and trade facilitation.


Entitlement issue

Entitlement issue

An entitlement issue, also known as an open offer, is an offer made by a quoted company to its shareholders inviting them to buy new shares in the company at a set price, which is normally lower than the current market price.The purpose, as with a rights issue, is to raise new capital for the company. Unlike a rights issue, an entitlement issue cannot be traded or sold on by the shareholder - usually, if you do not take up your entitlement, it lapses. Because of this, when an entitlement issue is announced, you will be allocated sub shares, not nil paid shares.The other way that entitlement issues differ from rights issues is that sometimes you will be allowed to apply for more than your strict entitlement under what is known as 'excess application'. Shareholders tell the company (or its registrar) how many shares they want to buy, including any excess shares, and pay over money to cover their application. The company, before announcing the offer, will have determined how much capital it wants to raise, and the number of shares it needs to sell in order to raise the amount. When it has received all applications, it will either scale them back (if more shares have been applied for than it wants to sell) or it will issue all the shares requested (including any excess applications). If a shareholder's application is scaled back, he or she will be repaid funds for the shares not actually issued.One point worth noting is that shareholders who hold the relevant company shares in a PEP, ISA and SIPP will only be able to take up their entitlement rights if they have enough money in those accounts to pay for the new shares. For the purposes of CGT, the acquisition date for an entitlement issue is the acceptance date that a client took up their entitlement.


Pre sold issue

Pre sold issue

An issue that is sold out before the coupon announcement.


New issue

New issue

Securities that are publicly offered for the first time, whether in an IPO or as an additional issue of stocks or bonds by a company that is already public.


Issued share capital

Issued share capital

The amount of authorised share capital that shareholders have actually subscribed to a company for share ownership.


Further Suggestions

Specific issues market
rights issue
Cheapest to deliver issue
Vanilla issue
Current coupon issues
Original Issue Discount securities (OIDS)
Foreign targeted issue
New issues market
scrip issue
bonus issue
capitalisation issue
Secondary issue
County Court re issue fee
Reopen an issue
Oversubscribed issue
Unseasoned issue
Last Mile Issue
issue
Seasoned issue
new issue
Junior issue
Issue
unissued stock
Benchmark issue
seasoned issue


 
All rights Reserved. Do not copy without permission.