American Depository Share

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American Depository Share

A certificate issued by an American bank representing a share of a foreign stock the bank holds in trust but that is traded on an American stock exchange. An American depository share is dollar-denominated and entitles the bearer to any dividends and other benefits associated with the single share underlying it. In other words, an American depository share is a single share of an American depository receipt.
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today announced a ratio change of its American Depositary Receipt ("ADR") program -- from two shares of Honda's underlying common stock per one American Share (which is represented by "ADR") to one-half of one share of common stock per American Share.
Net income per American Share, each representing two Common Shares amounted to Y47.
06 per existing First American share of common stock.
Each American share of PLC represents four 5p ordinary shares of PLC.
47% of the Andean American shares voted at Andean American s annual and special shareholders meeting held earlier today were voted in favour of the special resolution approving the Arrangement.
The analyst has a ``strong buy'' recommendation on North American shares and a 12-month target price of $15.
After gaining more than 1,000 percent in 1997, North American shares have been thinly traded and in retreat for much of the past year, owing to investor wariness of the entire brachytherapy sector.
News of the FDA approval sent North American shares up $2.
portfolio manager of the Selected American Shares mutual fund (a Forbes "Honor Roll" fund for the past three years) from Jan.
North American shares lost a quarter of their value, dropping $4.
SFS) as portfolio manager for Selected American Shares, a no-load mutual fund that is part of the Selected Funds family of funds, the company announced today.
North American shares have been led down by profit-takers who have seen the company's stock rise nearly 700 percent in a year, according to analyst John Calcagnini at CIBC Oppenheimer in Los Angeles.

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