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Primary Shares

Shares traded in the primary market. That is, a primary share is a share traded when the seller is the issuer. Thus, the money the buyer pays for a primary share goes directly to the company the share represents.

primary shares

Shares in a stock offering in which proceeds go to the issuing company. Primary shares have not been previously traded and are not included in shares outstanding prior to the offering. Compare secondary shares.
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As previously disclosed, MILC has entered into a Right to Sell Agreement (the "Right to Sell") with the "promoter group" (management) of SMC Global pursuant to which MILC will have a right to sell 100,000 shares of SMC Global back to the "promoter group" of SMC Global on the first day of each month commencing with April 1, 2016 continuing until SMC Global completes a qualified public offering and listing on either a primary stock exchange in India or the Unites States.
Caption: When walnut was the primary stock material, many take-down rifles like this Winchester Model 1886 in .
Establishment of a primary stock number ordering system that will streamline the subsistence ordering process; drastically reducing culinary specialist workload afloat, resolve subsistence prime vendor (SPY) catalog issues due to Navy Information Application Product Suite replication failure, and address Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness compliance for Consolidated Afloat Requisitioning Guide Overseas (CARGO) food orders.
68m primary stock in the pre-shoe, which is 25% of its expand stock capital, will raise HK$1.
The organisation made the move as part of plans to move its primary stock listing from Athens to the London Stock Exchange.
This in turn led to Dutch Company OCI NV decreasing its share holdings in these companies, which was followed by their de-listing from the primary stock indices.
To qualify for membership in the S&P Emerging Markets Domestic Demand Index, a stock must be a publicly traded company domiciled and incorporated in the following emerging market countries: Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Thailand, or Turkey, and be listed on the primary stock exchange of its respective country.
According to ZDNet, there could be three primary stock keeping units (SKU) such as a traditional/PC SKU, a traditional enterprise SKU and a "modern" consumer SKU in the Windows 9 OS.
SeeNews) - Nov 9, 2012 - Brazil's power firm Equatorial Energia (SAO:EQTL3) has earmarked 70% of the funds it will raise via a primary stock offering worth BRL 1 billion (USD 490.
An example of this is in West Virginia, where a local gun shop that has been in the same family for decades has gone from Model 12 Winchesters and such--staple firearms when the store was young--to AR-15s and black pistols as their current primary stock in trade.
When primary stock is depleted, the divider is repositioned to allow stored material to flow forward.
The volume of primary stock offerings has grown every year since 2008, with Hong Kong the top city for initial public offerings (IPOs) globally the last two, at one point hosting more offerings than New York or London combined.