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American Depository Share

A certificate issued by an American bank representing a share of a foreign stock the bank holds in trust but that is traded on an American stock exchange. An American depository share is dollar-denominated and entitles the bearer to any dividends and other benefits associated with the single share underlying it. In other words, an American depository share is a single share of an American depository receipt.
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American Share Insurance in Dublin, Ohio said Friday it now insures the $244 million United Texas Credit Union in San Antonio.
Mytko says the North American share of the materials handling equipment market grew somewhat between 2013 and 2015 because of improving economic conditions and rising industrial output.
European and American share indices slipped Friday after output of disappointing financial results of General Electric and
According to the terms of the contract, former Minefinders shareholders who elected the full proration option, received CAD1.84 and 0.55 of a Pan American share in respect of each of their Minefinders shares.
Furthermore, the combined Asian and Latin American share of U.
Although as recently as 1986 French films outperformed American films in the French market, the American share of that market has continued to grow despite intense protective measures.
American Share Insurance, which insures the Silver State Schools' deposits, had to lend the credit union $22 million in February 2010, due to the impact of the recession.
Trade at the American share market began with reduction yesterday, but mood got better after output of the strong data on consumer confidence in the U.S.
Conversely, the combined European and American share of trade declined to 26% from 33% over the same period, though the value of our two-way trade with these two regions remained strong, up $45 billion.
Credit unions with share deposits primarily insured by the Dublin, Ohio-based American Share Insurance will not pay a special premium assessment in 2014, according to a Aug.
Following the European markets yesterday the American share market: FTSE 100 by -1.92%, S&P 500 by -3.67%.
American share market closed with growth yesterday: S&P 500 added 2.04%.

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