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Pot

The portion of stock or bond issue that is returned to the managing underwriter by the participating investment bankers for sale to institutional investors.

Pot

The portion of a new issue that the lead underwriter places with institutional investors. Sometimes the underwriters in a syndicate give the pot back to the lead underwriter from their remainder and sometimes it is specifically set aside at issue.

pot

The securities from a new issue that are returned to the lead underwriter by syndicate members for sale to institutional investors. See also pot is clean.
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Table 45: World Historic Review for Resistors by Product Segment - Semi-Fixed Variable Resistors, Carbon Variable Resistors, Other Variable Resistors, Carbon Film Fixed Resistors, Metal Film Fixed Resistors, Metal Oxide Film Fixed Resistors, Wire Wound Fixed Resistors, Network Resistors, Chip Resistors and Other Fixed Resistors Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-128
Table 9: World Market for Resistors by Product Segment - Semi-Fixed Variable Resistors, Carbon Variable Resistors, Other Variable Resistors, Carbon Film Fixed Resistors, Metal Film Fixed Resistors, Metal Oxide Film Fixed Resistors, Wire Wound Fixed Resistors, Network Resistors, Chip Resistors, and Other Fixed Resistors Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2003 through 2008 51
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industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic resistors, such as fixed and variable resistors, resistor networks, thermistors, and varistors.

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