Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of stockholding.

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  • n. a specific number of stocks or shares owned

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Lawmakers currently disclose stockholdings in annual financial-disclosure statements.

    U.S. to Take Up Insider-Trading Legislation

  • The Finra action also singles out five unnamed research analysts for "inadvertently" failing to inform Citigroup of stockholdings by them or members of their families in companies for which they were publishing research.

    Citigroup Unit Is Fined For Disclosure Lapses

  • Three years later, in March 2007, Ms. Bush rang the opening bell at the Nasdaq Stock Market to mark the $300 million initial public offering of a subsidiary called Xinhua Finance Media Ltd. The value of her personal stockholdings in the two firms soared to more than $100 million at that time.

    Xinhua Finance Founders Charged

  • An article on evaluating mutual funds in Monday's Investing in Funds quarterly report incorrectly referred to the bond-ratings firm as evaluating funds' stockholdings.

    Corrections & Amplifications

  • Total stockholdings could reach $30 billion under this policy.

    Retirement Policy

  • Because stocks are far more volatile than bonds, promoters of the new funds say, about 90% of the risk of such a portfolio comes from its stockholdings, meaning the funds are much riskier than their investors tend to believe.

    New Allocation Funds Redefine Idea of 'Balance'

  • Paulson's stake represented more than 14% of Sino-Forest's shares outstanding and almost 1.5% of the hedge fund's stockholdings, according to FactSet.

    Paulson Quits Sino-Forest

  • Financial shares rebounded after their recent selloff on concerns about an earthquake-induced increase in credit costs and impairment losses on stockholdings.

    Tokyo Surges 3.4% as Nuclear Concerns Ease

  • Tepco will reportedly raise money by selling down its huge portfolio of assets, mostly real-estate and stockholdings.

    Japan Confronts Liabilities for Crisis

  • The New York Fed is again facing scrutiny over stockholdings held by a senior official during the 2008 financial crisis.

    What's News: Business & Finance

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