Reopening

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Reopening

Treasury offerings of additional amounts of outstanding issues, rather than an entirely new issue. A reopened issue will always have the same maturity date, CUSIP number, and interest rate as the original issue.

Reopening

After a period of suspended trade, an indication by an exchange or regulator that trade may resume. Reopening often occurs half an hour after trading is suspended, but this is not a hard-and-fast rule.

reopening

The opening of trading in a security or futures contract in which trading was earlier suspended. For example, exchange officials may suspend trading in a security until certain information is made public. Following a public announcement of the information, trading in the security will resume.
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All other rail re-openings in Wales have been initiated by local councils and funded by the Welsh Assembly and European Union.
Education Minister Batt O'Keeffe - stung by harsh criticism for Friday's three-day blanket ban closing all 4,000 schools - did a U-turn yesterday and gave the green light for re-openings as most of the Arctic snow began to melt.
Thirty-year bonds are auctioned quarterly in February, May, August, and November with re-openings in the other eight months.
In 2010, the ministry will focus on a "limited number" of benchmark maturities, increase the number of re-openings of securities in order to raise the target amount outstanding to around LE 10 billion per T-Bond, increase the standardization of the debt issuance, especially for government bonds, and make the government issues predictable and transparent.
Today, the seasonal re-openings of Park Avenue keep Koketsu's creativity sharp.
Content covers a range of relevant topics, including: the claims processing system; the new claims appeal process; provider appeal rights; rules for representation; assignment of appeal rights; initial determination and redeterminations; rules for presenting evidence; administrative law judge appeals; Medicare Appeals Council reviews; judicial review; and re-openings.
s Central Division cut the ribbon for two Indiana stores, part of a series of grand re-openings scheduled for 2008 involving multi-million dollar investments in new Central Division stores.
Most had bitter feelings about the school closing and their children were grown now, unable to benefit from the re-openings.
So far, he says, 800 have accepted, although the shopkeepers themselves say the number of re-openings is much lower.
Furthermore, based on data prior to the recent re-openings of many libraries, the collections sizes in the Valley were smaller relative to the percent of total materials in circulation in the Valley (37.
Two catastrophic shutdowns and two determined re-openings later and Arc is on the crest of a wave, with all the "Arc sinks" headlines cast into newspaper oblivion.
securities market and adverse medical cost trends; The final outcome of Federal Communications Commission proceedings and re-openings or such proceedings, including the Triennial Review and other rulemakings, and judicial review, if any, of such proceedings, including issues relating to access charges, availability and pricing of, unbundled network elements and platforms and unbundled loop and transport elements