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S

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying a beneficial interest.

S

A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock has beneficial ownership. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if an S follows the abbreviation, it indicates that the security is trading beneficial ownership rather than actual ownership.

s

1. Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the stock has been split or that the firm has paid a stock dividend of at least 25% within the past 52 weeks: Getty s.
2. Used on the consolidated tape to indicate the size of a transaction as a multiple of 100 shares: Gy 9s81.
3. Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to separate a bond's coupon and year of maturity: Deere 9s01.
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basis in [C]'s stock is an allocable part of [D]'s basis in S's
S's pacemaker as a knowledgeable patient advocate, but not personally to order the discontinuation.
The deferred gain from the prior stock sale ($190) is thus duplicated when the P group elects the deemed asset sale treatment (the $390 total gain on the asset sale to X includes $200 of appreciation attributable to B's holding period for T plus the $190 attributable to S's holding period for T).
S's relatives need timely warning of their possible genetic risk, and counselling regarding the disease, with discussion of their reproductive options as required.
E proffered five discrete nontax rationales for S's transfer of assets to SFLP:
For example, if S sells the stock of another member to B, S's gain or loss on a separate entity basis is determined with the application of Treas.
The ruling held that S's distribution of the P debt was a distribution under Sec.
1502-32(b)(3)(iv), P's basis in S's stock would be reduced by any distributions from any source of S's E&P.
In year 1, the average balance of S's exempt obligations is $500 and the average balance of S's total assets is $1,000; P's interest expense on the loan from X is $2.
The proposed negative adjustments to account for S's
If a holding company were used, stock losses based on S's loss might be multiplied by more than two taxpayers, if the stocks of the holding company and of S were sold from the "top down" before S sold its assets.
The sale of the CS2 does not result in S's deconsolidation.