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(corporation law) the authorization and delivery of shares of stock for sale to the public or the shares thus offered at a particular time

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Industrifonden is selling half of its subscription rights, the equivalent of 1,750,000 shares, to Investor AB's wholly owned subsidiary Investor Growth Capital in connection with a new stock issue in Micronic Laser Systems.
Par placed the USD200m stock issue with a group of equity investors, led by existing shareholders Zell Credit Opportunities Fund LP and Whitebox Advisors LLC, at a price of USD1.39 per share.
Swedish network equipment developer SwitchCore AB said on Thursday (22 December) that its board of directors had decided to propose to an Extraordinary General Meeting to carry out a new stock issue with preferential rights for the company's stockholders.
Most corporations and smaller insurance companies work with money managers and brokerages that specialize in preferred stock issues.
According to the report of the Securities and Exchange Commission, only the building firm Beton and the winery Tikves issued stocks worth 708.9 million denars last year, which drove up the value of the issues by 4.3 times relative to 2007, when stock issues totaled 163.7 million denars.
The deals will be funded with already available funds, current credit facilities, a stock issue in kind to the sellers and a proposed stock issue of around SEK 850 million with preferential rights for existing stakeholders.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-April 4, 2011--Slovenian Nova Kreditna Banka announces stock issue plans(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
11 April 2011 - China's Bank of Beijing (SHA:601169) seeks to collect CNY11.8bn (USD1.8bn/EUR1.2bn) through a private stock issue, the lender said yesterday.
13 May 2011 - DBRS set yesterday a BB (high) rating with a "negative" trend to the USD500m (EUR350.7m) perpetual, non-cumulative preferred stock issue of US lender M&T Bank Corp (NYSE:MTB).