Price Sensitive Information means any information which relates, directly or indirectly, to a company and which if published is likely to materially affect the price of securities of the company.
Examples of Price Sensitive Information in a sentence
Price sensitive information is first publicly released, either before the Company meets with any group of investors or investment analysts or simultaneously with such meetings, if necessary.
More Definitions of Price Sensitive Information
Price Sensitive Information means information pertaining to the Company or its securities, which affects or is likely to materially affect the price of securities of the Company. Explanation: The following shall be deemed to be price sensitive information:- Periodical financial results of the Company; Intended declaration of dividends (Interim and / or Final); Issue of Securities or Buy-back of Securities; Any major expansion plans or execution of new projects; Company Projections and Strategic Plans, Amalgamation, merger or takeover; Disposal of the whole or substantially the whole of the undertaking; changes amongst key managerial personnel; Any significant changes in policies, plans or operations of the Company having material impact on the financials of the Company; Actual or threatened major litigation or the resolution of such litigation, material events as stated in the listing agreement with the stock exchanges.
Price Sensitive Information means any in- formation of precise nature relating to Financial Instruments, the Company or other circumstances which has not been made public and is not com- monly known in the market and which is likely to have significant effect on the price of Financial Instruments or of related financial instruments.
Price Sensitive Information means information about (i) the Issuer, including the Issuer’s and the Issuer’s Group’s business, assets, liabilities, condition (financial or otherwise), results and operations, (ii) the Shares, or (iii) market conditions relating to the Shares, which information ((i)-(iii)), alone or in combination with other information, has or would reasonably be expected to have, alone or in the aggregate, an influence on