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Heavy Share

A stock on the London Stock Exchange with a share price over 10 pounds. Small investors are unlikely to buy heavy shares (especially in large quantities) because of the high price.
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Samsung Heavy shares fell 29% last week after the company said it expected an operating loss of 490 billion won ($450 million) this year and a loss of 240 billion won in 2018.
Bharat Heavy shares were little changed at Rs2,323.30 in Mumbai trading.
the KSE, since start of the year, particularly the heavy shares, where the
He's 9-4 second favourite but has been recently wearing the look of a man with heavy shares in a bank and I wouldn't back him with counterfeit money, which is all that the banks now own.
With payment due on July 14, the deal will let Toyota hold 16.47 percent of all outstanding Fuji Heavy shares, up from 8.69 percent, said the maker of Subaru cars.
Vying with The Bhundu Boys for the crown of Zimbabwe's finest pop combo, both bands reached their UK peak in the 1980s, since when each has managed to surmount heavy shares of bad fortune.
America's technology heavy shares index, the Nasdaq, has doubled in value in the last year alone.
And with the exception of Chicago at 6.8%, the four biggest markets gave heavy shares of airtime to crime-related stories: 27.2% in New York; 28.3% in Los Angeles and 21.7% in Miami.
Toyota became Fuji Heavy's top shareholder in October 2005 with an 8.7 percent stake by purchasing Fuji Heavy shares held by General Motors Corp.
After Thursday's sales, GM still has some 62 million Fuji Heavy shares, but it intends to sell the remainder, Fuji Heavy said.
Toyota is believed to have offered to accept Fuji Heavy shares held by GM at the meeting, according to the sources.
The TSE said it suspended trading of Fuji Heavy shares and convertible bonds at 8:20 a.m.