Dutch auction


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Dutch auction

an auction in which the price is lowered by stages until a buyer is found
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Also, consistent with the conjecture that Dutch auction tender offers are less likely than fixed price tender offers to signal positive private information, the average CAR is significantly lower for Dutch auction tender offers than for fixed price tender offers (9.14% vs.
Our figures stack up at the price we have agreed and we will not be drawn into a Dutch auction.
Lateescapes' John Andersen said: "Who better to spell out exactly how a countdown Dutch Auction works than Carol?
Global Banking News-June 8, 2018-CIT reports preliminary results of modified Dutch auction tender offer
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 8, 2018-CIT reports preliminary results of modified Dutch auction tender offer
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-March 19, 2018-Greenhill announces results of modified Dutch auction tender offer
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-August 6, 2012--AOL Dutch auction tender offer expires, stock repurchase program approved(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
The offers consist of offers to purchase three series of Northwest Airlines Pass Through Certificates and Delta Pass Through Certificates Series 2007-1C and Delta's 11-3/4% Senior Secured Lien Notes due 2015, using a modified Dutch Auction procedure.
The K1 Magnette and L2 Magna were early Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Toothless; 2 The Agony And The Ecstasy; 3 MG; 4 A skein; 5 Fistral Bay, Newquay; 6 Eleven; 7 Coco Chanel; 8 Dutch auction; 9 Henry Cooper; 10 Pamela Stephenson.
PNM Resources (NYSE:PNM), a US-based energy company, has commenced a modified Dutch auction tender offer for a part of its outstanding 9.25% Senior Notes, Series A, due 2015.
A Dutch auction is being held for people to clear the decks of tat or treasure and have a laugh while they do it.