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GCOGrand Contournement Ouest (French: Great Western Bypass)
GCOGlobal Customer Operations
GCOGeorgiaCarry.org (firearms website)
GCOGrounded Convenience Outlet (electrical outlet)
GCOGroupes Coopérateurs en Oncologie (French oncology group)
GCOGlobal Compact Office (UN)
GCOGenerator Certification Official (waste)
GCOGovernment Communication Office (various locations)
GCOGeorgia Carpet Outlet
GCOGlobal Children's Organization (Los Angeles, CA)
GCOGrand Cube Osaka (Osaka, Japan)
GCOGrassroots Community Organization
GCOGoogle Check Out
GCOGlobal Clinical Operations
GCOGround Communication Outlet (aviation)
GCOGreen College Online
GCOGot Cut Off
GCOGeotechnical Control Office (Hong Kong)
GCOGlobal Concept Owner
GCOGeneral Cash Offer (investments)
GCOGovernment Concept of Operations
GCOGrand Commander
GCOGroup Compliance Officer (job title)
GCOGolf Course Operator/Owner
GCOGun Control Officer
GCOGarbage Collection Overhead
GCOGreeley Chamber Orchestra (Greeley, CO)
GCOGovernment Contracting Office
GCOGame Cards Online
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Equity offerings in Greece take the form of "rights issues," rather than "general cash offers" which are the subject of most empirical studies analyzing valuation effects of equity offerings in the United States.(1)
In contrast to general cash offers, in rights issues the new shares are acquired by existing shareholders.
While prior studies, relying on US data, have shown that announcements of general cash offers are associated with a significant price reduction of 3%, on average, of the firms' outstanding common stock, the evidence regarding rights issues is mixed.(2) For example, Nelson (1965), examining all rights offerings in the US for the period 1946-1957, finds that share prices six months after rights offerings are not significantly different from prices six months prior to the offerings.
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