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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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Second, we investigate whether investors use post-issue operating performance of the previous offerings in reacting to the announcement of the current equity issue. Third, we test whether the less negative announcement period returns for equity offerings are influenced by investor expectations of better operating and stock performance following these issues.
In the empirical study we use a standard event study methodology(3), where we calculate the daily abnormal (or excess) rate of returns around the event date for share of companies making equity issue announcements (the "event").
Caption: NZNO strongly believes there is a pay equity issue for nursing.
Upon completion of the equity issue in relation to the private placement, the company's share capital is USD824,576,432, represented by 412,288,216 ordinary shares valued at USD2.00 per share.
Waterford Wedgwood is to convene an EGM to seek approval for its pounds 122 million equity issue, which will be used to develop the group's business plan and sustain it through its vitally important Christmas trading period.
and the proceeds from the equity issue will cover debt repayments to the trust bank, the automaker said.
Competition for students within a region can create a whole other kind of equity issue. "If a district has a good program and wants to increase its enrollment, it will increase the quality of its facilities," says Michael Hall, chief marketing officer for Fanning/Howey Associates.
markets, the first South American financial institution ever, it says, to have a hand in underwriting an equity issue there without help from a big U.S.
Guernsey-based Cobra has raised pounds 1.35m through an equity issue at 50p a share
Current empirical research documents a significant decline in equity prices both around the announcement of a new equity issue and for the immediately subsequent years.
Meda will finance the deal through a mix of new debt facilities, an equity issue with preferential rights to exisiting stakeholders and Meda shares, with Danske Bank, Nordea and SEB being in charge of the bridge financing and rights issue arrangement.
has bought a stake of about 14.9 percent in the Vietnamese firm for about 578 million yen through a private equity issue.
The company has also committed to carry out an equity issue of minimum SEK100m, to be completed within 12 weeks from the settlement of the bond issue.
'We had factored an equity issue of approximately 15 billion euros into the Baa3 rating with a stable outlook, and so France Telecom are meeting our expectations,' said Moody's telecoms analyst Aidan Fisher.
Jensen |13^ argues that the proceeds from an equity issue give more discretionary cash to managers which increases the likelihood of non-value maximizing behavior by them.