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Ten-Day Window

The period of time an investor who buys more than 5% of a publicly-traded company has before it must file with the SEC. That is, the investor has 10 days to announce that it has purchased more than 5% of the company. This requirement is intended to give the investor an appropriate amount of time to organize his/her records while also encouraging transparency in the market.

ten-day window

The span of time between the point when an individual or a company buys 5% or more of a firm's stock and the point at which the purchase must be publicly reported.
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Other bidders in the procurement process, overseen by the Welsh Government's at arm's length transport body Transport of Wales, in MTR, Abellio and holder of the current franchise in German-owned Arriva Train Wales, had a 10 day window to legally challenge if they felt the process had been unfair.
Notes: work is to be completed with a 10 day window, beginning as soon as feasibly possible in the spring of 2018, weather permitting.
By: Egypt Today staff Cairo - 2 July 2017: With only one day before the concluding 10 day window given to Qatar to respond to the demands set forth by four Arab states, political experts explore the potential fallout if Qatar rejects the demands.
There is a 10 day window from sign up date to schedule and process paperwork.
Two patients in Florida developed HIV after receiving blood products from an HIV-infected individual who donated blood in the 7 to 10 day window of time before the virus can be detected by currently available laboratory tests.
"So we believe if there is a problem we would probably only have a seven to 10 day window of opportunity."
The losing bidder, although there were four to start with, in Hong Kong-based MTR, now has a 10 day window to legally challenge if they feel their bid was unfairly scored.
Raytheon has a 10 day window to complaint the decision; spokesman Mike Nachshen said, "Raytheon has been notified by the Air Force on their Space Fence decision; pending our post-decision debrief with the Air Force, it is inappropriate to comment at this time."
However, at this stage final contracts have yet to be signed, as the losing bidder, in Hong Kong based MTR, has a 10 day window to legally challenge the procurement process if it feels its bid was unfairly scored.