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Listed On Stock Exchange

•(By "Fiat Lux.") , : "Fiat Lux" frequently has been asked just what the term "listed means m relation to stocks and shares and why, generally speaking-, "listed" securities are preferable tp those which are , not "listed." •, *

IT is provided b}' the regulations of the Stock Exchanges' ■of New Zealand that any company desiring to have its shares listed by the Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch or Dunediri Stock 1 Exchange shall support its application for such listing with (a) list of its directors; (b) statement of its objects: (o) statement of . its capital; (d) full list of its shareholders showing (1) name; (2) full address; (3)

number and class of shares held; (4) copy of its last annual report; (5) cop3 r of its statement of accounts; (6) shall supply as soon as issued copies of all accounts, reports and, circulars issued to shareholders. : The exchanges, however, reserve the absolute right, to decline to list any company or to remove from the list anycompany without assigning any reason therefore.

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Listed On Stock Exchange, NZ Truth, Issue 1228, 13 June 1929

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Listed On Stock Exchange NZ Truth, Issue 1228, 13 June 1929

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