Guaranteed Share

Guaranteed Share

A share of stock in a company for which another company or bank promises to pay dividends in case the issuing company defaults. Because guaranteed shares carry lower risk, they are usually more expensive than non-guaranteed stocks.
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A Labour government would reform the House of Lords - to give English regions a guaranteed share of the seats.
This is divided into a guaranteed share of time (fixed) and a variable percentage of hours.
Eastern Libya is given far greater control over its own political and economic affairs and the regional government in Benghazi receives a guaranteed share of oil revenues.
The Nottingham North MP argues it is time to "refound the United Kingdom" and wants English local authorities to have "a guaranteed share of the income tax-take".
Discrimination against Balochistan has been so harsh that even Constitutionally guaranteed share of the province in various federal positions is also not given.
As the guaranteed share of each bank's debt falls, that charge would also come to zero gradually.
So if you are a not-for-profit group and want a guaranteed share of the PS25,000 cash pot, register online today at www.
This is why democracy can often only be achieved by recognizing the right of religious minorities to hold a guaranteed share of power and a veto right over decisions that may affect the fundamental rights of both their community and its members.
Also contained in the proposals are plans to allow skippers a guaranteed share of national quotas for up to 15 years which they can trade with each other.
24Seven Technology had previously said it had been offered a guaranteed share issue, due in June 2011.
However, Biegun insisted that Ford is not asking for a guaranteed share of South Korea's new-car market, which he estimated at about $30 billion annually.
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