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Prices of Equity

The amount of money for which one may buy or sell a share of common stock. The price of equity changes throughout a trading day, especially in times of high trading volume.
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Typically designed to lower the price of equity and thereby stimulate liquidity, the move will see face value of Qatari stocks at par with other markets in the region.
The company, however, has refrained from clearly saying that the RM7.41 billion has been the price of equity in the holding firm.
The reason is that the issue price of equity shares cannot be questioned under the tax law as there is no element of income when share subscription amounts are received by the Indian subsidiaries.
Dubai Financial Market (DFM) today announced that it will implement a Pre-Closing Session mechanism to determine the Closing Price of Equity and Debt Securities traded on DFM as of Wednesday, 14th May 2014.
The price of equity depends on [theta] and is written p([theta]).
Definition 1 Given a trigger rule, [alpha] (p), an equilibrium is a price of equity, p ([theta]), such that [for all][theta]
To illustrate the problem, consider the trigger rule that if the price of equity is less than or equal to 1.5 then the debt is converted to one share of equity, so there are two shares of equity total.
First, there may very well be states of the world where the price of equity is low, but conversion would increase the value of equity.
He claimed that the Tribunal's decision over-compensated the women workers and that it was taxpayers who would pay the seven billion dollars price of equity. In emphasizing politics over principle, he was simply taking his lead from the prime minister.
Thus, expectations about future dividends, future inflation, and future short-term interest rates, as captured by the corporate bond rate, determine the current price of equity.
Where the numerator considers only the price of equity, the denominator should consider the financial benefit attributable to equity.
Arbitrage implies that the price of equity is based on investors' expectations about the stream of future dividends payable to shareholders and on the rate of return to investments that are alternatives to equity.