net transaction

Net transaction

A securities transaction in which no commissions or extra fees are paid, such as in an initial public offering.

Net Transaction

A transaction of a security in which there are no fees or in which the fees are included in the price. That is, the price quoted for such a transaction is the price the buyer will pay, regardless of anything else. A common net transaction is an initial public offering. See also: All-in cost.

net transaction

A transaction in which no additional fees are paid. For example, securities that are part of a new issue are priced to include all fees.
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It is his intent to step down in February after the filing of the Form 10-K, or when the Health Net transaction is completed, whichever is later.
Price declines were more immediate in the spot Asian markets; from November to February, prices--using IHS Chemicals' net transaction price estimate for LLDPE butene film resins--declined by $455 (U.
Currently the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors mandates that, for net transaction accounts in 2015, the first $14.
These reserves, called "required reserves," are 10% of the deposit amounts for larger banks (with net transaction accounts of more than $89 million) and 3% for smaller banks (those with net transaction accounts between $13-3 million and $89 million).
Banks are required to set aside a specified portion of net transaction accounts--mostly checking accounts--as reserves.
Reserve requirements currently are assessed on the depository institution's net transaction accounts (mostly checking accounts).
This price-update methodology uses actual transaction prices for contracts when that information is available, but when no transactions for a sampled contract have taken place, respondents estimate what the net transaction price would have been based on prices for similar transactions.
Buying a book from Amazon is the most painless net transaction there is, helping the firm turn browsers into regular buyers.
will roll out its Net Transaction Protocol service over the web sites of Augusta, Ga.
Depository institutions are currently in an era of relatively low reserve requirements, yet bank vault cash holdings have been increasing - both in magnitude and as a percent of net transaction deposits.
Specifically, the company expects to apply approximately 90 percent of net transaction proceeds to reduce the company's net debt position, with the remainder applied to share repurchase over time.
These annual adjustments, known as the low reserve tranche adjustment and the reserve requirement exemption amount adjustment, are based on growth in net transaction accounts and total reservable liabilities, respectively, at all depository institutions between June 30, 2003, and June 30, 2004.