nonredeemable


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non•re•deem•a•ble

(ˌnɒn rɪˈdi mə bəl)

adj.
1. not redeemable, as for payment: nonredeemable soda bottles.
2. not able to be improved or compensated for: evil, nonredeemable behavior.
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The biggest surprise is the uncharacteristic redemption of characters previously thought nonredeemable.
It said the preferred shares are voting, participating, nonredeemable and would have preference over common shares in case the company goes out of business.
118) Seto suggests that worlds with nonredeemable, nonconvertible currencies should be taxed to cash method participants only in the event of real money transactions.
dollar, which had already been made nonredeemable in gold for American citizens by President Franklin Roosevelt, was now essentially also nonredeemable by foreign governments as well, even though it remained the world's reserve currency.
B1) Callable/ Noncallable preference shares (redeemable / nonredeemable preference shares or Callable/ Noncallable preferred stock)
They can unilaterally increase their assets to fund such insurance claims by issuing liabilities in the form of nonredeemable currency.
As with Economy, we are pushing off nonredeemable IOUs onto the future.
nonredeemable Call price high Call price low and/or callable and/or callable long term soon Voting vs.
2000) examine how stock prices and systematic risk are associated with minority interests in consolidated subsidiaries and redeemable and nonredeemable preferred stock for the period 1993-1997.
To further confirm that all the convertible preferred stock is redeemable, another Compustat data item, nonredeemable preferred stock (data item A209), is collected.
The REMIC rules require the defeasance collateral to consist of direct, noncallable and nonredeemable securities or certificates of deposit that are issued by either the United States of America or any of its instrumentalities or guaranteed as to principal and interest by the U.