overhang

French translation: Offre excédentaire

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English term or phrase:Overhang
French translation:Offre excédentaire
Entered by: Jean-Luc Crucifix

07:46 Feb 20, 2001
English to French translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
English term or phrase: overhang
"The term "overhang" frequently is used to describe the potential for shareholder dilution that is attributable to the exercice of outstanding stock options that are held by company management."

Dans le Grand Dictionnaire, j'ai trouvé "Offre excédentaire (d'actions)". Y a-t-il autre chose ? Y a-t-il mieux ?
Jean-Luc Crucifix
France
offre excédentaire
Explanation:
Termium also provides this translation along with the following definition: Excess, normally of supply over demand (e.g., in the bond market).
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nareliquat
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naoffre excédentaire
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offre excédentaire


Explanation:
Termium also provides this translation along with the following definition: Excess, normally of supply over demand (e.g., in the bond market).


    Reference: http://www.termium.com
Sébastien St-François
Local time: 16:37
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reliquat


Explanation:
the overhang [stock] = le reliquat, l'excédent


    Routledge: French Dictionary of Business, Commerce and Finance, London and New York
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