- n. Plural form of holding.
“The change in holdings is even more important at large companies, such as Monsanto, where executives 'purchases are made for public relations purposes more often than they are at smaller companies, he said.”
“The distinction given to long-term holdings is not a distinction between capital and income.”
“One option is called "Operation Twist:" the Fed would sell some of its short-term holdings and buy longer-term U.S. debt to push yields—which are already at historic lows—even lower.”
“China increased both its short- and long-term holdings by a total of $8 billion, remaining the largest foreign holder, with $1.174 trillion.”
“For professional money managers, short-term holdings in sector ETFs can be a way to keep some money on the table when choosing to take these losses, says Joel Dickson , senior investment strategist at Vanguard Group.”
“One of the main worries about News Corporation's giant cross-media holdings is that it gives the company and its chief, Rupert Murdoch, too much power.”
“One of the major holdings is (or was) Embraer, which has greatly increased its market share in recent years.”
“Once you get something that looks like a substantial trend...then, there will be more interest for longer-term holdings.”
“So while prime money-market funds offered by companies including Fidelity Investments and State Street Corp. may hold the debt of institutions such as BNP Paribas, Crédit Agricole SA and Société Générale SA, among other French banks, short-term holdings wouldn't be as risky as, say, directly holding shares of company stock.”
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