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stakebuildingnoun [U]

(also stake-building) uk   us   /ˈsteɪkˌbɪldɪŋ/ FINANCE
the process of increasing the number of shares in a company, sometimes in order to prepare a bid to take control of it: Vague rumours of either stakebuilding or a bid from Microsoft left Baltimore Technologies 65p up at 770p.
stakebuilder
noun [C] (also stake-builder)
Traders suggested that a company such as Energis could be the mystery stake-builder in IMS.
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