Free float


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Free float

An exchange rate system characterized by the absence of government intervention. Also known as clean float.

Free Float

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With a free float below 10 percent, the company is ineligible for index inclusion, according to the rules in the Guide to the Equity Indices of Deutsche Boerse.
In free float scenario, the value of Tenge will be determined by supply and demand in the FX (forex) market.
Keeping in view the importance of minimum free float, the Securities
One of the key reasons is the low free float in blue chip companies, with nine of the top 15 stocks having a free float of lower than 25pc.
Important for the admission or the removal from the ATX are the average traiding daily turnover and the capitalized free float of a company.
For France Telecom it would be a big capital loss if they have to sell shares to increase the free float," Henin added.
Al Beloushi also said that ADX shift to a Free Float Index will take into consideration only the free float market capitalisation.
Jointly owned by Dogus Holding and GE Capital, Garanti is publicly traded in the Istanbul Stock Exchange with a free float of 49%.
JAK) has asked the government, which owns 67 percent of the bank, to sell a seven percent stake in the bank to the public to increase the stock's free float.
US investors occupied the first place in terms of institutional ownership of the index with a free float share of 21.
26 billion top up placement on 1 August to maintain free float of shares.
MSCI's quarterly review of free float estimates resulted in changes in Foreign Inclusion Factors (FIFs) for 22 securities in 16 countries.