unit share

Unit Share

A combination of securities or types of securities packaged together and bought and sold as one. For example, a preferred share may have warrants and/or common shares attached to it when it is sold. It is also called simply a unit. See also: Paired shares, Cum warrant.

unit share

A combination of securities that is traded as a single package. For example, a share of common stock and a warrant may be traded as a unit. Also called unit.
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87 per unit share and/or up to 600,000 warrants at a price of CDN 0.
According to Guestmetrics, unit share trends during 2011, 2012, and 2013 through April 21st were as follows:
Plasma Panel Unit Share and Growth by Supplier (2009-2010) Rank Supplier 2009 Unit Share 2010 Unit Share Unit Y/Y 1 Panasonic 43.
Dollar and convenience stores enjoyed the most rapid unit share growth of 1.
As a result, unit share of store brands, which had grown to approximately 21 percent prior to the last recession, continued to grow during the recession, reaching 23.
The report, "IRI Times & Trends Report: Game-Changing Economy Taking Private Label to New Heights" found that private label unit share has grown to 22.
Its lasagne sauces have also benefited from migration to Koorr, and with the launch of the 740g jar growing the Bolognese opportunity further, Ragu has extended its unit share by 32% year-on-year, consolidating its position as the top lasagne brand.
1% unit share, resulting in a ranking of third behind market leader "Huggies," which holds 38.
According to Chicago-based Information Resources, Kodak's unit share of U.
LCD TV was a competitive category in Q1'08 with the top three brands--Samsung, Sony and Vizio--separated by less than half a point of unit share at 12.
The unit share of value-priced color cosmetics increased 6.
According to recent data released by DisplaySearch, a leader in display market research and consulting, Sony increased its unit share of FPD TVs to 27.