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This is when there are not enough applications for the purchase of a new issue of shares. There are various possible reasons for undersubscription including doubtful prospects of the company, wrong timing for the issue and wrong pricing of the issue.
It is also known as Underbooking..
This is a company that holds enough voting shares (not necessarily 51%) in another company to control management and operations by influencing or electing its board of directors. It is also referred to as the parent company..
This is when a listed company draws a register of the names and addresses of all its shareholders and directors. It is a requirement, although it’s usually done for purposes of future correspondence with the shareholders..
This is the date on which a declared share dividend is made or scheduled to be made. It is only payable to those shareholders who bought the shares before the ex-dividend date..
This is the falling back of the price of a share from its peak. It could either be a brief reversal of the prevailing upward trend, or it may be a sign of a definite trend reversal..