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S

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying a beneficial interest.

S

A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock has beneficial ownership. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if an S follows the abbreviation, it indicates that the security is trading beneficial ownership rather than actual ownership.

s

1. Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the stock has been split or that the firm has paid a stock dividend of at least 25% within the past 52 weeks: Getty s.
2. Used on the consolidated tape to indicate the size of a transaction as a multiple of 100 shares: Gy 9s81.
3. Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to separate a bond's coupon and year of maturity: Deere 9s01.
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Regarding S's positive face, two outcomes are possible.
Also, the impact of the distribution is the same for T's basis in the stock as in Example 1 because the distribution did not exceed S's current E&P, and Sec.
Using Johannesburg as a convenient connection hub, a significant number of these travellers are also taking advantage of S's vast route network of 26 destinations across Africa as well as access to over 1300 airports in almost 200 countries through our Star Alliance membership," explained Papa.
Where P owns an amount of stock in S meeting the requirements of section 1504(a)(2) (i.e., 80 percent of the vote and value of the S stock), section 332(a) provides that P will recognize no gain or loss on the receipt of S's property in a complete liquidation of S.
And, as soon as you add the other S's the calming will begin.
L does not intend to either support or further develop S's software products, and L's brand name is already more valuable than that of S, but L was willing to pay a high price for S because L wants S's customer list.
Do not dismiss the chance of Kris S's influence proving just as significant in Europe.
S's internist has agreed to withhold the cardiac medications, but is unwilling to discontinue the pacemaker without the cardiologist's concurrence.
Suppose, as above, that s came into the room (unnoticed by r) and said, "the winner is a first rate musician", but that r was too preoccupied to recognize s's voice.
This power of appointment wiII not cause the QTIP to fail since it is not a power exercisable during S's lifetime.
What is the effect of the transfer on T's basis in the S stock and on S's basis in the asset?
He was aware of Mrs S's daughter's condition but there was no evidence that he had taken account of how Mrs S's concern for her daughter would have affected her actions.