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When Issued

Referring to a conditional offer for a new security, subject to the security actually being issued. Before a new issue, underwriters canvass potential investors, who may or may not book an order to buy a portion the new issue. Orders made are said to be effective "when issued" because they may not be completed, especially if the offering is cancelled. Less formally, orders when issued are referred to as orders "with ice" or orders "when distributed."


Used on the consolidated tape to indicate the transaction of a security on a when-issued basis: GMPrE wi 10s47 1/2 .


Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate securities traded on a when-issued basis: BltGE wi.
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While "stationed" in Wisconsin, his memberships included the Wisconsin Advisory Council for Vocational Agriculture Education, the Rock County Agriculture Workers Association, Rock County Horticulture Council, the Rock County Fair Board, and the Rock County Environmental Association.
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Our vision, the Central Wisconsin Idea, emphasizes the cultural, social, and economic power of UWSP in a predominantly rural portion of our state.
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The ACR now becomes CN's sixth operating division known as the Wisconsin Central division.
The Wisconsin majority justices conceded that the MPCP allowed public funds to flow into the bank accounts of religious schools, but they nevertheless ruled that the program passed constitutional muster.
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Assume there are two separate Wisconsin corporate taxpayers, A & B.

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