effective spread

Effective spread

The gross underwriting spread adjusted for the impact that a common stock offering's announcement has on the firm's share price.

effective spread

The spread actually paid by investors whose orders are routed to a particular market.
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4 million dollar after-tax increase in net effective spread.
The reinvestment price, assumptions about reinvestment spread and reinvestment life are also input into the model to generate an effective spread over LIBOR.
We cannot reject the hypothesis of equality for the effective spread.
She estimates price impact and effective spread in both traditional markets and crossing networks for the period 2001 through 2005.
25 percent, was priced at an effective spread of 270 basis points over the benchmark ZAR189 government inflation-linked bond.
The results of effective spread, Roll's spread, GKN's spread, and by group of firm size are given in Table 2.
The Council intended to outline a flexible new juridical entity aimed at contributing to the effective spread of the Christian message and life.
In its 1996 report on the reinvention labs, the General Accounting Office concluded that their value "will only be realized when lab efforts proven to be effective spread beyond the lab sites.
5 million after-tax in dividend payments as a result of the completion of the capital restructuring initiative and an increase in after-tax net effective spread of $0.
The reports show the effective spread, or measure of marketable orders executed in relation to the National Best Bid or Offer (NBBO), on a market-by-market basis for all stocks listed in the S&P 500 Index and BATS 1000 Index, as well as the top 100 corporate issues and top 100 exchange-traded products.
For each stock, we calculate the time-weighted mean quoted spread and trade-weighted mean effective spread.
The authors also find that the effective spread is negatively correlated with transactions costs and uncorrelated with welfare.

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