net transaction

Net transaction

A securities transaction in which no commissions or extra fees are paid, such as in an initial public offering.
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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.
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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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When adjusted for approximately $170 million of expected tax benefits, the net transaction value is approximately $1.56 billion.
When adjusted for approximately $170M of expected tax benefits, the net transaction value is approximately $1.56B The transaction has been approved by the Board of Directors of each company and is subject to customary closing conditions, including receipt of applicable regulatory approvals.
As a rule, central banks mandate all depository institutions to keep an amount of funds in reserve against their total net transaction accounts.
For the 2016 guidance, the company is providing combined guidance and has assumed the Health Net transaction closes on 1 February 2016.
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.S.) per metric ton, or 28%.
Currently the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors mandates that, for net transaction accounts in 2015, the first $14.5 million will be exempt from reserve requirements.
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.
The divestment, expected to be completed by the close of 2011, is seen to fetch a net transaction result of around EUR1bn.
Under the terms of the definitive agreement Microsemi will launch a cash tender offer at USD7.00 per share for a net transaction value of approximately USD100m, net of White Electronic's projected cash balance at closing.