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Stock right

Another terminology for a stock option.
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Stock Right

1. See: Right.

2. Less commonly, a term for a stock option.
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stock right

See right.
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Reasonable valuation method: Notice 2006-4 (5) addresses concerns that, although stock rights may have been intended to be granted at FMV, the issuers may not be able to demonstrate that the exercise price was determined using a reasonable valuation method in accordance with Notice 2005-1 or the proposed regulations.
Example 1: An investor owns stock in a company and receives a distribution of stock rights to purchase additional shares at $36 per share.
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The sale of stock rights or warrants will generate capital gain or loss.
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Central Pacific Financial Corporation (NYSE: CPF), the parent company of Central Pacific Bank (CPB), has said that it will launch an USD20m common stock rights offering on April 11, 2011.
The bonds will mature on 30 July 2010 and will be paid using a portion of the proceeds from First Gen's PHP15bn stock rights offering concluded in January 2010.
The AICPA recommended that the IRS: extend deadlines for correcting operational errors: remove the limit for operational errors not corrected within the taxable year: change the requirement that operational errors be "'unintentional": allow taxpayers other than company insiders to use the sell-correction program: allow certain plan document errors to be corrected: and allow certain stock rights failures to be corrected.