undersubscribed

undersubscribed
undersubscribed ADJECTIVE (of a course or event) having more places available than applications.

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  • undersubscribed — un‧der‧sub‧scribed [ˌʌndəsəbˈskraɪbd◂ ǁ dər ] adjective FINANCE a share or bond issue (= when they are made available for sale) is undersubscribed if people ask for fewer shares etc than are available: • Tender issues that are undersubscribed are …   Financial and business terms

  • undersubscribed — un|der|sub|scribed [ˌʌndəsəbˈskraıbd US dər ] adj an activity, sale, service etc that is undersubscribed is not bought or used by enough people ≠ ↑oversubscribed …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • undersubscribed — un·der·sub·scribed (ŭn dər səb skrībdʹ) adj. Having fewer participants or subscribers than desirable. * * * …   Universalium

  • undersubscribed — adjective Having too few subscribers or subscriptions …   Wiktionary

  • Undersubscribed — A situation in which the demand for an initial public offering of securities is less than the number of shares issued. Also known as an underbooking . Typically, the goal of a public offering is to price the security issue at the exact price at… …   Investment dictionary

  • undersubscribed — adjective 1》 (of a course or event) having more places available than applications. 2》 (of a share issue) having fewer applications for shares than there are shares available …   English new terms dictionary

  • undersubscribed — /ˌʌndəsʌb skraɪbd/ adjective referring to a share issue where applications are not made for all the shares on offer, and part of the issue remains with the underwriters …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • undersubscribed — adj. without sufficient subscribers, participants, etc …   Useful english dictionary

  • undersubscribe — verb (T) be undersubscribed if an activity, sale, service etc is undersubscribed, not many people want it undertake, verb past tense undertook / tUk/ past participle undertaken (T) formal 1 to accept that you are responsible for a piece of work,… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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