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1. In the USA, the proportion of a corporation’s stocks that are held by the public rather than the corporation or institutional investors. 2. Money created as a result of a delay in processing cheques, e.g. when one account is credited before the paying bank’s account has been debited. See bank float. 3. Money set aside as a contingency fund or an advance to be reimbursed. 4.See cash float. 5.See flotation.

1. In the USA, the proportion of a corporation’s stocks that are held by the public rather than the corporation or institutional investors. 2. Money created as a result of a delay in processing cheques, e.g. when one account is credited before the paying bank’s account has been debited. See bank float. 3. Money set aside as a contingency fund or an advance to be reimbursed. 4.See cash float. 5.See flotation.

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