exchange premium

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charge - the price charged for some article or service; "the admission charge"
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07 in cash (which is equal to (a) the total exchange price for the exchange offer less the early exchange premium minus (b) the New Notes Value).
dollars were cointegrated with the yield on the corresponding country's external debt, and second, whether local assets denominated in local currency were also cointegrated with the yield on external debt and the foreign exchange premium.
Each Note in the denomination of EUR 100,000 is, in accordance with its terms, exchangeable into Q-Cells shares at an initial exchange premium of 30% to 35%.
Also added is disk-to-disk backup and disk-to-disk-to-tape staging for optimum performance and backup flexibility, as well as a Microsoft Exchange premium agent that enables message-level, mailbox-level and database-level backup and restore.
The total exchange price includes the early exchange premium of [pounds sterling]50.
1 In some states individuals in this income group will be eligible for Medicaid and will receive coverage through that program instead of through Exchange premium subsidies.
25 per cent yield to maturity and 17 per cent exchange premium.
Finally, we found only a very small increase in exchange premium (less than 0.
In addition, the company offers the MS Exchange Premium package, priced at GBP9.
New York time) on June 11, 2014 (unless extended by Verizon, the "Early Participation Date") will receive the Total Exchange Price, which includes an early exchange premium of [pounds sterling]50.
25 per cent yield to maturity and 30 per cent exchange premium.
New York City time, on February 5, 2013, subject to any extension by COBNA, will receive an early exchange premium equal to $30.