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From Longman Business Dictionary
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greenshoegreen‧shoe /ˈgriːnʃuː/ noun [uncountable] FINANCE when a financial institution sells all the available shares in a company’s SHARE ISSUE or SECONDARY OFFERING and then sells more, or the number of shares sold in this way SYN OVERALLOTMENTThe issue will raise £20 million, and the greenshoe option, to satisfy extra demand, is likely to increase this to nearly £23 million.
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