Free float


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Free float

An exchange rate system characterized by the absence of government intervention. Also known as clean float.

Free Float

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Besides, the PSX's Regulatory Affairs Committee has also proposed to remove the condition of meeting the minimum free float (shares available for trade in the market) of their shares in the market.
Free-float requirement: The listed companies' compliance with respect to the Minimum Free Float requirement has been extended for three months to April 2, 218.
The company number of shares is 12,500,000,000, while the percentage of the free float shares as per index rules is 8.
Summary: Free float shares will be recalculated twice a year on June 30, and December 31
Due to the acquisition of STADA Arzneimittel AG by Nidda Healthcare Holding AG, the free float of STADA Arzneimittel AG changed by more than 10 percentage points.
Ashgabat, 24 August 2015 (nCa) -- On 20 August 2015, Kazakhstan decided to do away with the dollar-pegged exchange rate and allow Tenge to free float as per market conditions.
The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), also highlighted the need to have minimum free float requirement.
She said the two main challenges for Bahrain's equity market were illiquidity and low free float.
SeeNews) - Mar 5, 2014 - Austrian airport operator Flughafen Wien AG (WBAG:FLU) and Austrian insurer Uniqa (WBAG:UQA) will join the ATX, the blue-chip index of the Vienna Stock Exchange, as their free float and trading turnover have increased significantly, the stock exchange said Tuesday after a meeting of the ATX committee
Egyptian operator Mobinil's CEO has said the company is considering a raise in its free float from 1% to 15% and is favouring the selling of shares to the wider market to comply with ownership regulations, Reuters reported.
Company already filed a claim to FSFM, which covers the entire free float (25.
Al Baloushi also announced that ADX will shift, beginning from next year, to a Free Float Index.