Stub


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Stub

Often used in risk arbitrage. Piece of equity security left over from a major cash or security distribution from a recapitalization.

Stub

1. See: Stub stock.

2. See: Check stub.
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I would have thought this was obvious by the finishing time of the auction and the fact I am advertising the stub.
Also, as market conditions deteriate, there is significant risk that the funds will not be available to pay the stub rent if the reorganization fails.
Three local organisations have participated in trialling the new product, with great success, and Partscale is looking to market the stub stations more widely.
I also eradicated the stout suckers and saplings of a Siberian elm by pouring the product directly onto their stubs and into cuts I made in their woody roots.
He needs proof of his achievement, but only has 91 ticket stubs in his collection.
If the fixture had been a year earlier the stub would have gone for twice as much, as one from the 1923 final, the first to be held at Wembley, fetched pounds 1,600.
12-oz coffee can * 1 can opener * 2 plastic, 12-oz coffee can lids * marker * 22 pennies * clear tape * 2 size-32 rubber bands * 2 pencil stubs, each 8 centimeters (3 inches) long
The new accountant has suggested that the company would save a lot of staff time and money if we switched from paper to electronic pay stubs that employees would be able to access on the company's computer network.
Now he is backing the ECHO'S New Year Stub It Out campaign, which aims to help the thousands of the region's estimated 125, 000 smokers who have made resolutions to pack in for 2005.
The connector is designed like a pigtail, incorporating a fiber stub fully bonded into a ceramic ferrule and factory polished.