Earnings for last year were $4.3 million, or $1.84 a common share.
It will be able to buy more than 11.5 million common shares at current prices.
Earlier, the company had set a range of $26 to $31 a share for the 280 million common shares.
Market value figures are based on the price per common share as of March 31, 1995.
That $750 million will be used to buy common shares in the new holding company next year.
Thus a common share can fall only a certain amount in Tokyo.
That is a big reason why the price of the common shares has been falling.
The financing will add more than 300 million common shares.
Its common shares rose $1.25 to close at a record $75.50.
One purchase right will be given for each common share held at the end of business on Sept. 1.
Within 10 years, employees would own almost 25% of the company's common stock.
That would give them 60 million of the common stock.
The common stock will be purchased for $11 a share.
The issue may be converted into common stock at a price of $11.25 a share.
The common stock has a lot of itself running around loose outside.
Still, he thought that she was not of common stock.
But he is taking only 40 percent of the common stock.
It now holds about 57 percent of the common stock.
The company's common stock is up 38 percent this month.
The first public issues raised over $200 Million for less than 20% of the common stock.
It raised the money through the placing of two million ordinary shares at just over £3 per share.
No other person has reported an interest of 3% or more in the ordinary shares.
To declare a final dividend of 1.0p per ordinary share.
The most important type is ordinary shares (also called common stock or equity).
On 31 December 1986 the managing director still held 50 ordinary shares in the company.
The capital structure is simple, with only ordinary shares in issue.
At the time of listing, the bank issued 45 million ordinary shares.
The first tranche at £8,000 per ordinary share closed last month.
During the year the subsidiary made a 1 for 2 rights issue priced at £4 per ordinary £1 share.
The ordinary, or voting, shares were down more than 3 percent on Wednesday.