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when-issued securities

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  • when-issued — ( WI) New securities issues announced by the issuer but not yet sold or issued. Securities may be purchased or sold on a when issued basis. Such trades are negotiated on a yield basis since price cannot be determined until the coupon rate is… …   Financial and business terms

  • When Issued - WI — A transaction which is made conditionally because a security has been authorized, but not yet issued. Treasury securities, splits, and new issues are all traded on a when issued basis. The term is actually short for when, as, and if issued …   Investment dictionary

  • when issued — ( WI) Refers to a transaction made conditionally, because a security, although authorized, has not yet been issued. Treasury securities, new issues of stocks and bonds, stocks that have split, and in merger situations after the time the proxy has …   Financial and business terms

  • when-issued —  ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷(ˌ) ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: from the phrase when issued : of, relating to, or constituting a securities contract on which settlement is not required until the securities are ready for delivery …   Useful english dictionary

  • when issued — Abbreviated term in securities law for when, as and if issued in connection with a stock not yet authorized for issuance. The term refers to a conditional transaction in which one indicates a desire to buy when the security is available for sale… …   Black's law dictionary

  • when-issued — /hwen ish oohd, wen , hweuhn , weuhn / or, esp. Brit., / is yoohd/, adj. of, pertaining to, or noting an agreement to buy securities paid for at the time of delivery. Abbr.: wi, w.i. * * * …   Universalium

  • when issued — A familiar term in transactions in stock and bonds on stock exchanges, involving securities contemplated for issuance but unissued at the time. 50 Am J1st Stock Ex § 25 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Securities Exchange Act of 1934 — The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 is a law governing the secondary trading of securities (stocks, bonds, and debentures). The Act, 48 Stat. 881 (June 6, 1934), codified at usc|15|78a et seq., was a sweeping piece of legislation. The Act and… …   Wikipedia

  • Definitive Securities — Securities that are issued in the form of a paper certificate as opposed to book entry securities which are electronic entries into a computer. Examples of definitive securities include bearer and registered bonds. Con artists use scams offering… …   Investment dictionary

  • unlisted securities — Securities (usually equities) in companies that are not on an official stock exchange list. They are therefore not required to satisfy the standards set for listing (see listed security). Unlisted securities are usually issued in relatively small …   Accounting dictionary

  • Certificates Of Accrual On Treasury Securities - CATS — Issued by the U.S. Treasury and stripped by a financial intermediary, these products are sold at a significant discount from face value and pay no interest during their lifetime. However, they return full face value and cannot be called away.… …   Investment dictionary

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