convertible


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convertible

adjective capable of being exchanged, changeable, commutable, commutative, complementary, correlative, counterchangeable, exchangeable, mutable, permutable, reciprocative, reversible, substitutive, transformable, transmutable, transposable
Associated concepts: convertible bond rule, convertible bonds, convertible coupon bonds, convertible securities
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Within 100 yards of her car sat five other convertibles, surrounding her Solara with Porsche Boxsters, Mercedes SL500s and BMWs.
Since the stock contribution requires Labor Department approval, and that isn't easy to obtain, the next step for airlines could be convertible bonds.
2002-31 holds that the contingent-interest component subjects the convertible instrument to the Regs.
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.
BE scanned the 33 convertible funds Value Line tracks, looking for strong long-term track records.
The convertible preferred leveraged ESOP apparently is becoming the predominant form of new ESOPs.
In 1995, 108 convertible issues netted proceeds of $14.
As the underlying stock increases in value, the convertible appreciates in value as well, and it can increase far beyond its bond value without equity conversion.