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SEOSecurities and Exchange Organization (Iran)
SEOSociedad Española de Ornitología (Spanish bird society)
SEOSpecial Education Office (various locations)
SEOSynthetic Engine Oil
SEOServer Extension Objects
SEOSubscriber End Office
SEOSewerage Enforcement Officer (Pennsylvania)
SEOState Electoral Office (Australia)
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SEOState Engineers Office
SEOSpecial Equipment Option
SEOSistema de Estimulación Oportuna (Spanish: Timely Stimulation System; education)
SEOSpecial Engine Oil
SEOSociety of Education Officers (UK)
SEOSoftware Engineering Organization
SEOSenior Energy Official (US FEMA)
SEOService Excellence Office
SEOSurvivability Enhancement Options
SEOSecurity Engineering Officer
SEOSenior Executive Orientation (Florida; Chamber of Commerce)
SEOSpecial Equipment Operator
SEOScience Enhancement Option
SEOSystems Evaluation Office
SEOSoftware Executive Official
SEOSauf Erreur Ou Omission (French: error or omission excepted)
SEOSpecial Exemption Order (UK)
SEOScience and Education Outreach
SEOSymbol-Error Outage
SEOShutdown Electrical Operator (US Navy submarine watchstation)
SEOSynchronous Equatorial Orbiter
SEOSystems Engineering Office/Officer
SEOSource Election Official
SEOSocial Enterprise Ontario (Canada)
SEOSociety for Each Other (social welfare organization; Nepal)
SEOSocial Extension Officer
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035] ** (p-value) Note: The sample of first seasoned equity offering during 1970 to 2006 is categorized by the length of time since IPO at the date of SEO.
Negative stock market reactions to seasoned equity offering (SEO) announcements have been extensively studied and well documented in the literature (Asquith and Mullins, 1986; Eckbo, Masulis, and Norli, 2007).
Accrual-based and real earnings management activities around seasoned equity offerings.
Their evidence supports the contention that firms that conduct seasoned equity offerings are overpriced.
Market value is calculated as the share price five trading days before a seasoned equity offering announcement multiplied by the number of shares outstanding before the announcement of the equity offering.
Overall, our findings are consistent with the overvaluation hypothesis of Myers and Majluf (1984) that overvaluation is the driving force behind the decision of a seasoned equity offering.
Despite high levels of asymmetry of information, firms that issue seasoned equity offerings (SEOs) within a year of their initial public offering (IPO) (follow-on SEOs) are able to offer shares at a lower discount as compared to more mature firms.
The main goal of this article is to analyze some factors that impact the level of Seasoned Equity Offering (SEO) underpricing calculated based on the pre-issue closing price.
In the case of seasoned equity offerings, our results are robust to replacing initial returns with the offer price discount.
Numerous empirical studies document significant underpricing in seasoned equity offerings (SEOs).
We examine executive stock option exercises around a sample of 1,268 seasoned equity offerings (SEOs) from 1996 to 2004 focusing on a subset of exercises we identify as potentially informed.
This paper investigates Regulation Fair Disclosure's (Reg FD) effect on institutional investors' informativeness by comparing the performance of seasoned equity offering (SEO) firms with the highest and lowest increase in institutional buying before and after Reg FD.