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When Issued

Referring to a conditional offer for a new security, subject to the security actually being issued. Before a new issue, underwriters canvass potential investors, who may or may not book an order to buy a portion the new issue. Orders made are said to be effective "when issued" because they may not be completed, especially if the offering is cancelled. Less formally, orders when issued are referred to as orders "with ice" or orders "when distributed."

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Used on the consolidated tape to indicate the transaction of a security on a when-issued basis: GMPrE wi 10s47 1/2 .

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Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate securities traded on a when-issued basis: BltGE wi.
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Wied earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, and lives with his family in Danville, California.
Wied was the Director of Software Technology for TransCore LP/Roper Industries, Scottsdale, Arizona.
Born in 1961 and raised in the West German town of Neuwied, he inherited the title Prince of Wied in 2000.
para]]LOS ANGELES, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Lee Tran & Liang LLP (LTL) bolsters and expands its Intellectual Property (IP) litigation practice with the addition of former Goodwin Proctor partner Vincent Yip and his colleague Peter Wied.
Heather Wied, Marketing Director for Pubsoft understands that learning a little code can go a long way, and in her latest article for PR Newswire's Small Business PR Toolkit, Wied offers convenient and cost-effective ways to learn and build these reputable skills.
Procurement Supply attraction and death traps for Ceratitis capitata Wied Campaign in Valencia.
Sophie, Princess of Wied, told the Daily Mirror last night: "He is amused by these constructs that would put him on the throne of England.
Munkacsi, A votjak nyelv szotara, Budapest 1896; Wied.
The Los Angeles team is being supported by partners Warren de Wied, Alexander Sussman and Jonathan Lewis, in New York; and James Schropp and Timothy Casey, in Washington, DC.
In her latest article posted to PR Newswire's Small Business PR Toolkit, Wied provides a few pointers on how to get started in the process:
We re glad to assist Vidahlia with their INK Prison Writing Contest by providing software that helped them achieve their operational and social goals, said Pubsoft Marketing Director Heather Wied in a press release on the partnership.
For more tips on how to gracefully depart from inactive social media channels, view the latest blog post by Heather Wied, Marketing Director for Pubsoft, on PR Newswire's Small Business Toolkit: http://bit.