squeeze-out


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squeeze-out

The adhesive which is extruded from a glue line as a result of the application of pressure on the glued surfaces.
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The delistings and squeeze-outs likely to follow will probably lead to lawsuits, because there are different methods for the assessment of a company's price and remaining investors want to obtain the highest price possible, shareholder protector Wilhelm Rasinger told the newspaper.
Finally, bearing in mind the need to obtain a confirmation from an independent expert of the offered price in a squeeze-out, it is possible to imagine that the average level of premium may be noticeably different in a squeeze-out and in a tender offer in which the shareholders of the target company are free to tender their securities to the bidder or to retain them.