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Name - Woodwards Cl A
Website -
Symbol - WDS.RT
Cusip Number - 980796 12 2 
Expiry Date - June 20 1990
News Releases

1990-05-22 18:37 ET - Rights Offering

The company will offer to class A and B shareholders of record as at May 30 1990, rights to purchase A shares of the company. One right will be issued for each share held.

Basis of offering: 1.1 rights exercisable for one share at $1.35 per share
Record date: May 30 1990
Shares trade x-rt: May 24 1990
Rt called for trade: May 24 1990
Rt trade for cash: June 13 1990
Rt expire: June 20 1990
Rt trading symbol: WDS.RT
Rt security No: Tba
Rt Cusip No: 980796 12 2

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Name - Woodward's Ltd
Website -
Symbol - WDS.RT
Cusip Number - 980796 13 0 
Expiry Date - December 29 1992
News Releases

1992-11-30 18:14 ET - Rights Offering

The company will offer to shareholders (other than Cambridge Leaseholds Limited) of record on December 8 1992, rights to purchase shares of the company. One right will be issued for each share held.
One whole warrant and $0.49 entitles the buyer to purchase one share to October 15 1996.

Basis of offering: 261 rights to purchase $100 principal amount of notes and 65 warrants at $102.92.
Record date: December 8 1992
Shares trade x-rt: December 2 1992
Rt called for trade: December 2 1992
Rt trade for cash: December 18 1992
Rt expire: December 29 1992
Rt trading symbol: WDS.RT
Rt security No: 834507
Rt Cusip No: 980796 13 0

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Explanation

Rights

Rights give existing shareholders a chance to proportionately buy shares in the new issue the company is putting out to raise more funds. The certificate showing this privilege is called a right.  It  gives the stockholders the first opportunity,  to buy the new securities.

Rights issue

An offer made by a  company to its shareholders to enable them to buy new shares in the company at a discount to the market price.

 

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