- n. finance An ownership interest in one or more companies' stock.
- n. ownership of stocks; the state or fact of holding stock
- n. a specific number of stocks or shares owned
- stock + holding (Wiktionary)
“Germans aren't exactly known as a stockholding people.”
“Rather than curbing financial engineering, the study found, the stamp tax has driven down stockholding and increased trading in derivatives.”
“The rest will come from countries such as the U.K. and France, which aren't actually selling reserves, but simply lowering their stockholding requirements for industry.”
“Goldman Sachs on Friday tempered its opinion on the affect the oil stock draw would have on the market, after it emerged that more than 20 million of the 60 million barrels would be released by lowering government-mandated stockholding requirements, rather than through direct sales of stock.”
“But analysts at Goldman Sachs say the reduction in stockholding requirements "will have an almost negligible impact on oil prices.”
“We expect that the impact of lowering stockholding requirements will have an almost negligible impact on oil prices," Goldman said in its Friday note.”
“While the government extended the period of sugar stockholding limits, it cushioned the move by raising the cap on stock quantity to 500 metric tons from 200 tons from April 1, another statement said.”
“NEW DELHI – India Thursday extended stockholding curbs on the quantity of sugar, edible oils and oilseed stocks that traders and wholesale dealers can hold by six months to Sept. 30 to keep a lid on food prices, a government statement said.”
“The rest will come from countries like the U.K. and France, which aren't actually selling reserves, but simply lowering their stockholding requirements for industry.”
“The fund buys when markets fall, but quickly sells once a stockholding reaches the fund team's target price.”
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