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  • RWE issued new equity equivalent to just below 10% of its existing shares—thereby avoiding a full rights-issue process—and allocated treasury shares equivalent to another 5% to institutional investors.

    RWE's Grade-A Challenge

  • Traders said investors were unsettled by the size of the deal and the rights-issue to fund it.

    Security-Service Firm G4S Bulks Up With Deal for ISS

  • Sure, the rights-issue discount was substantial, but that can hardly have been a surprise.

    Investors Give Little Credit to UniCredit

  • Based on the rights-issue ratio, the bank will sell 2.04 billion yuan-denominated A shares at 8.85 yuan each, and 449.88 million Hong Kong dollar-denominated H shares at HK$10. 06 (US$1. 30) each, according to separate statements it posted on the Web sites of the Shanghai and Hong Kong bourses.

    China Merchants Rights Issue Set for Friday

  • LONDON — A group of some of the U.K. ' s biggest investment and financial-services trade bodies said Tuesday that rights-issue fees charged by investment banks are too high, in comments that could prompt the coalition government to reduce underwriting and associated fees by banks.

    Inquiry Shows U.K. Rights Issues Fees Too High

  • Borje Ekholm Investor, which owns stakes in some of Sweden's biggest industrial, financial and telecommunications companies, blamed weak stock markets as well as a shrinking net cash position following dividend payouts and rights-issue investments for the decline.

    Sweden's Investor Takes Hits, Has Hope

  • As a result, the rights-issue process may be more volatile for U.K. property companies than those in other sectors.

    Land Securities Seeks Cash

  • But with the rights-issue process due to last five weeks -- an eternity in the current climate -- and a raft of other big companies expected to try to raise money while the window is open, possibly including rival mining groups such as Rio Tinto and Anglo American, neither Xstrata nor its underwriters J.P. Morgan and Deutsche Bank are leaving anything to chance.

    Xstrata Rights Issue Will Test Market

  • An HSBC spokesman declined to comment, saying the bank didn't want to prejudice the rights-issue offer.

    Hong Kong's $17.7 Billion Question: Help HSBC?

  • But with the rights-issue process due to last five weeks -- an eternity in the current climate -- and a raft of other big companies expected to try to raise money while the window is open, neither Xstrata nor its underwriters J.P. Morgan and Deutsche Bank are leaving anything to chance.

    Xstrata takes few chances with its large rights issue

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