Half-stock

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Half-stock

Stock, common or preferred, with a $50 par value.
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Half-Stock

Informal; common stock or preferred stock with a face value of $50. Most stocks, when they have a face value at all, are issued with a face value of $100; thus, stock issued at $50 is called "half stock." It is important to note that stocks rarely have face value anymore.
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Disney's new offer of $38 per share, or $71.3 billion, is half cash and half stock.
The rifle has a heavy octagon barrel and with what I am told is a half stock. There are no markings or serial numbers on the rifle with the exception on the top and side of the barrel, on which is stamped the name "D.
However, in the later half stock recovered on the back of value buying.
Dissolve the half stock cube in 500ml of boiling water and pour this stock into the food processor (to cover the vegetables).
At the very beginning, the proposal was approved by the Chinese government as part of its 11th Five-year Plan, but Wang rejected the country's condition for a half stock in the complex yielded to China Petrochemical Corporation, causing bilateral talks over the investment to stall.
"This, coupled with the first half stock clearance activity, should result in less mark down, higher margins and improved second half profitability," said the CEO.
"We agreed to sell for half cash and half stock because we believed in the company and still do," he says.
Longs Drug Stores' stock rose by 16.6%, which meant a sixth-place finish in the first half stock performance derby.
My Mannlicher has several other features I prefer; a 20-inch barrel, half stock, and single trigger.
Dubbed the "Green River Pattern Leman," the Rocky Mountain Rifle Works rifle is currently available in three different variations: half stock, full stock and as a scaled down, lightweight half stock.
Plus, there were dozens of other smiths making good half stock mountain or plains rifles.