from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Owning shares.
  • n. The owning of shares
  • n. The amount of capital held as shares

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a holding in the form of shares of corporations


From share + holding. (Wiktionary)


  • As a result of acquisitions our percentage shareholding is gradually diluted and we usually aim to retain a shareholding of 25% to 30% when a company is fully matured.

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  • This has always been regarded as good policy by enlightened overseas investors because it gives Canadian shareholders an opportunity to invest in companies where the majority shareholding is held overseas.

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  • Another clever aspect of Joshua's planning was that he had booked profits only on his long-term shareholding and so these gains would be completely exempt.

  • The shareholding is the remnant of Crédit Agricole's long-term investment in Banca Intesa , which merged with Sanpaolo IMI in 2007.

    Crédit Agricole Swings to Loss

  • John Paul II notes some of them, mentioning "proposals for joint ownership of the means of work, sharing by the workers in the management and/or profits of business, so-called shareholding by labor" Laborem Exercens, no.

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  • In the light of the above, the many proposals put forward by experts in Catholic social teaching and by the highest Magisterium of the church take on special significance: 23 proposals for joint ownership of the means of work, sharing by the workers in the management and-or profits of businesses, so-called shareholding by labor, etc.

    Distributivism and Catholic Social Teaching

  • O'Leary hit back: "Since Ryanair is not in a position to exert de jure or de facto control over Aer Lingus the commission is not in a position to require Ryanair to divest its minority shareholding, which is, by the way, not a controlling stake."

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  • The merged group will have a 20\% black empowerment shareholding, which is extremely hard for sizable companies to achieve as black empowerment groups frequently lack funds and access to credit.

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  • Possibly giving them some stake, for example while putting up land for a new mine, giving them a stake in the mine, or some kind of shareholding in the industrial units which are coming up, that kind of gives a solution.

    India Witnesses Growing Conflict Over Land

  • Then we get the system of "shareholding," with hundreds or thousands of people as partners in a manufacturing enterprise which they never visit.

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