• In effect, this ties up working capital in floating stock.

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  • This is the company's first set of results since floating on the stock exchange at the end of last year.

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  • Soon after, Coastline started renting the part of the yard and eventually took part of the premises and the illustrious name before floating on the stock exchange in 1997.

    BBC: Cammell Laird blow will end era

  • And the boom crossed the Atlantic, with UK travel company Lastminute.com, lead by Brent Hoberman and Martha Lane Fox, floating on the London stock market.

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  • Nor does Lloyds' official fall back position, of floating Verde on the stock market, look particularly appealing, because stock-market valuations of banks are lower in relative terms than even what NBNK has offered for Verde.

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  • Unlike certain other hedge-fund managers, though, he has no interest in making another fortune by floating his firm on the stock market.

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  • For example, a floating windows user could monitor a stock ticker in a background window while working on a report in the foreground.

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  • The European Commission is forcing Lloyds to dispose of this operation, which is being rebranded as TSB, to promote competition, and that will still happen - by floating the separated business on the stock market.

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  • In the quarter after first floating shares Swisher paid almost wholly in stock for new acquisitions.

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  • It already has some experience of going public, floating its Hong Kong operations on the territory's stock exchange over a year ago.

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  • For instance, the bank 80% owned by taxpayers, Royal Bank of Scotland, has announced it is floating some of its US business, Citizens, on the stock market and selling a further stake in the insurer Direct Line.

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  • My sources at the Treasury tell me that they are happy with RBS's current proposals to mend itself, which involve shrinking its investment bank and floating a share of its US retail bank, Citizens, on the stock market.

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  • The idea of a consolidated audit trail has been floating around for a while, but got added momentum after the May 6 stock market upheaval.

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