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Synonyms for issue

Synonyms for issue

the act or process of publishing printed matter

a group consisting of those descended directly from the same parents or ancestors

a situation that presents difficulty, uncertainty, or perplexity

to pass or pour out

to discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

to come into view

to have hereditary derivation

to present for circulation, exhibit, or sale

Synonyms for issue

one of a series published periodically

the act of providing an item for general use or for official purposes (usually in quantity)

supplies (as food or clothing or ammunition) issued by the government

the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property

the becoming visible

an opening that permits escape or release

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the act of issuing printed materials


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prepare and issue for public distribution or sale

circulate or distribute or equip with

bring out an official document (such as a warrant)

make out and issue

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Table III presents the average abnormal returns for the full sample and the three sectors for all equity announcements as well as for offerings classified by the sequence of equity issues.
For the subsample of industrial firms, there is a monotonically positive relation between announcement period abnormal returns and the sequence of equity issues.
For utilities and financial institutions, there is no relation between announcement period abnormal returns and the sequence of equity issues.
The absence of a relation between announcement period returns and the sequence of equity issues for financial institutions is inconsistent with the results of Slovin et al.
A difference in returns between the two groups would suggest that factors other than the sequence of equity issues explain the pattern in equity announcement period returns of firms that conduct multiple SEOs.
Price Responses to Domestic and Foreign Equity Issues
The sample of domestic equity issues includes 67 events(5) between 1981 and 1993.
foreign equity issues tend to be smaller than domestic ones.
Regression Analysis of Price Responses to Domestic and Foreign Equity Issues
We start by pooling the domestic sample with the foreign equity issues and present the result in Table 5.
This result suggests that higher levels of institutional ownership are associated with perceptions of institutions as more effective monitors of the uses of the cash obtained from the equity issue due to their higher ownership stake in the firm.
From our two sources, we collected information on ownership structure immediately prior to the announcement date for the equity issue.
i^ is the price of a share of firm i's common stock the month before the equity issue announcement.
To measure the abnormal earnings forecast revision at the announcement of an equity issue, we use a simple expectations model for expected forecast revision whose assumptions reflect the following salient time-series features of the earnings forecast data: (i) forecast revisions are subject to a bias that varies across firms and is not related in any systematic manner to the month during which a fiscal year or quarter ends, and (ii) the mean monthly percent of analysts revising their earnings forecasts is approximately 20% and again does not seem to be influenced by months during which a fiscal year or quarter ends.
In the next section, we study analysts' forecast revisions of earnings around equity issue announcements to disentangle these plausible explanations for the significant positive relation between TDAR and institutional ownership.