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Subscription Ratio

In a rights offering, the number of rights required to buy a share in a publicly-traded company. A rights offering allows current shareholders to buy more shares, especially of a new issue, at a discount from their market value. The subscription ratio describes the number of shares one must currently hold in order to effectively receive a free share.

subscription ratio

The number of rights required to purchase a single share of a security in a rights offering.
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In our study, we also divide the sample of IPOs into groups of high and low subscription ratios.
Tunisian investors believe that IPOs with low subscription ratio are overvalued.
Therefore, they penalize IPO firms with low subscription ratio by a massive selling after listing.
They observe that the subscription ratio is over 91 (means).
Chahine (2007), Cheung and Liu (2007) and Ben slama et al (2011) measure the pre-IPO investors' demand by the subscription ratio which is equal to the number of shares requested by all investors in the subscription period divided by the number of offered shares.
The coefficients on the subscription ratio are positive and highly statistically significant until the eighth week.
Back Offer Shares in proportion to their subscription ratios, comprising 26% of
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No decision has yet been made by the Board to proceed with either the Separation Transaction or the rights offering, and no determination has yet been made about possible distribution ratios for the potential Separation Transaction or subscription ratios for the possible rights offering.
Applicable subscription ratios, record dates, issuance dates and subscription periods have not yet been determined.
Applicable subscription ratios, record dates, issuance dates, and subscription periods have not yet been determined.