Heavy Share

Heavy Share

A stock on the London Stock Exchange with a share price over 10 pounds. Small investors are unlikely to buy heavy shares (especially in large quantities) because of the high price.
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However, an unanticipated return to heavy share repurchase activity in the current weak market environment, especially if debt financed, could lead to a revision in the Rating Outlook to Negative.
The mail order group bought it two years previously, hoping to benefit from owning the stamp firm's two large databases but the move was dogged by problems and a heavy share slump soon followed.
economy could have on Norfolk Southern's credit profile, credit risks include the company's heavy share repurchase activity and the potential for increased industry regulation.
Ratings could also be negatively affected by an early return to heavy share repurchase activity, especially if the repurchases are accompanied by a material increase in leverage.
Disappointment over that and the heavy costs led to a heavy share sell-off.
SECURITY giants G4S and Serco suffered heavy share falls yesterday after a review found the firms had overcharged the Government by tens of millions of pounds for running electronic criminal tagging schemes.
From a rating perspective the concern exists that Spectrum's leverage could increase to fund other HRG acquisitions or its cash flows diminished through heavy share repurchases or dividends which might lessen credit protection measures.
Despite BHPs heavy share price fall, the overall mining sector was trading up as the silver miner Fresnillo, Glencore and Randgold Resources all gained.
Small business bears a disproportionately heavy share of the cost of extra regulations - regulations which this Government have introduced and regulations which are estimated by the British Chamber of Commerce to be costing a total of pounds 20bn.
He will earn a basic salary of least pounds 250,000 a year in a threeyear deal that includes a heavy share purchase scheme.
Management has also repeated its commitment to utilize free cash flow to further deleverage its balance sheet, although relatively heavy share repurchases continued into the first quarter of 2003 through a newly established 10 million share repurchase program.
According to Swartz, some sell-off after an IPO would generally not be cause for concern, due to the offering costs involved, but it is apparent from the markets' broad sell-off of mortgage stocks in general and the sell-off of Capital Alliance's shares that, as noted by some analysts, investors are not taking the time to distinguish and understand (1) the differences between the various mortgage companies and (2) the fact that Capital Alliance is significantly different in important respects from those subprime and high LTV mortgage lenders that have suffered heavy share losses in the market.