Half-stock

Half-stock

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

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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54, BARREL LENGTH: 9 inches, OVERALL LENGTH: 14-1/2 inches WEIGHT: 3 pounds, FINISH: Birchwood Casey Brown, True Oil, SIGHTS: Fixed (dovetail driftable), GRIPS: Walnut half-stock, PRICE: $355.
A: You have a half-stock sporting rifle built circa 1850 to '60.
15 February 2013 - Tom Horton, head of American Airlines Inc's bankrupt parent AMR Corp (PINK:AAMRQ), will get a half-cash, half-stock compensation of USD19.
15 February 2013 a[euro]" Tom Horton, head of American Airlines Inca[euro](tm)s bankrupt parent AMR Corp (PINK:AAMRQ), will get a half-cash, half-stock compensation of USD19.
As a result, a special committee of IBP's board agreed to accept Tyson's proposal, which is half-cash and half-stock and faces greater certainty of closing, they said.
What are these half-bond, half-stock vehicles and how are they impacting the capital flows to public companies?
2 billion purchase includes $950 million in a half-cash, half-stock transaction and the assumption of approximately $250 million in American Freightways debt.
It appears you have a typical half-stock percussion sporting rifle made around 1850.
4 given an 18-1/2" barrel, half-stock, conical-shaped flash hider on the muzzle and lightening cuts throughout the action.
The resulting flintlock half-stock performed so well in local competitions that demand for Remington rifles turned the father and son from blacksmithing into full-time gun manufacturing.