convertible bond


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Noun1.convertible bond - a bond that can be converted to other securities under certain conditions
bond certificate, bond - a certificate of debt (usually interest-bearing or discounted) that is issued by a government or corporation in order to raise money; the issuer is required to pay a fixed sum annually until maturity and then a fixed sum to repay the principal
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The conversion rate set out in the terms of the convertible bond is EUR0.
This is because if the share price goes sharply up over the life of a convertible bond, then of course it may have been better to wait and issue equity.
We also have a perception that the investment bankers/ advisors to the treasurers in this region put less emphasis on more complex structures such as convertible bonds.
Dubai construction firm Drake & Scull Int'l said on Monday that its shareholders had approved issuing a convertible bond worth Dh55 million ($15 million) to allow a strategic investor to buy into the company.
13 billion dirhams ($308 million) in convertible bonds to Abu Dhabi fund Mubadala on December 31, the firm said on Sunday, as part of a recapitalisation plan agreed last year.
Muscat: Capital Intelligence (CI), the international credit rating agency, yesterday announced that it has assigned a rating of 'omBBB-' to the forthcoming mandatory convertible bonds to be issued by Renaissance Services.
ADPnews) - Mar 8, 2011 - Austrian real estate company Immofinanz (WBAG:IIA) said today it has repurchased parts of convertible bonds for a total of EUR 466.
The basic form of a convertible bond or preferred stock offers some protection in the event that common stock prices decline.
Thompson, 1985, "Explaining Yield Savings on New Convertible Bond Issues", Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics, 24:92-104
6 billion bond issue--including a $4 billion chunk of so-called contingent convertible bonds that will reinforce its pension plan--guys in the green eyeshades asked themselves: Is this a way to slay the pension monster?
Morningstar stats also show that convertible bond funds are generally more expensive, averaging 1.
Top-performing fund managers utilize proprietary pricing strategies to identify "arbitrage" opportunities in a wide range of domestic and international markets, focusing on pricing relationships between convertible bonds, warrants, options and their underlying equity.