Offering date

Offering date

Date on which a new set of stocks or bonds will first be sold to the public.

Issue Date

1. The date on which a company or government makes a new issue of securities to the public. For example, if a company makes its IPO on January 1, this is said to be the issue date for its IPO. It is also called the offering date.

2. The date on which interest begins to accrue on a bond or other fixed-income security. If one buys a fixed-income security between issue dates, one must compensate the seller for all interest that has accrued in addition to the purchase price. The issue date for a security is also called the dated date. See also: Dirty price.

offering date

The date on which a new securities issue is to be sold.

Offering date.

The offering date is the first day on which a stock or bond is publicly available for purchase. For example, the first trading day of an initial public offering (IPO) is its offering date.

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The price of the common shares and warrants to purchase common shares were set as of the offering date at $1.
99%, respectively, of the Portfolio as of August 8, 2000, the initial offering date.