convertible

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Synonyms for convertible

Synonyms for convertible

a car that has top that can be folded or removed

a corporate security (usually bonds or preferred stock) that can be exchanged for another form of security (usually common stock)

a sofa that can be converted into a bed

capable of being exchanged for or replaced by something of equal value

designed to be changed from one use or form to another

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capable of being changed in substance as if by alchemy

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Manufacturers continue to use convertibles for their halo effect of drawing in new customers,'' Miller said.
GM didn't consider it a risk when it decided on the convertible approach because the stock market had rebounded.
Convertibles can be rather difficult for individual investors to trade profitably, since volume in the convertible market is thin and convertibles' value depend on complicated calculations of yield and conversion value.
You may want to consider taking advantage of convertibles through a mutual fund or managed account of some kind.
A number of high-tech and biotech companies, such as CuraGen, were rushing to the convertible market at the time, but those who were late getting their act together missed the boat.
Despite the measure of uncertainty, convertibles have influenced recent rating decisions by Fitch, including its recent upgrades on Providian Financial, and Rating Outlook revisions for Tribune Co.
Due in part to the high level of equity credit granted to the mandatory convertibles by Fitch, the impact of these increases on TPG's pro-forma debt leverage is favorable.
Since their advantages already may be priced-in through lower interest rates, convertibles may not actually represent a better investment than bonds or equities.
one of the oldest and most highly regarded convertible bond managers, today announced the appointment of Michael Erich Revy as managing director and portfolio manager to develop and co-manage a convertible bond arbitrage product for the firm.
Every effort has been made to accurately reflect the developments in the convertibles market while minimizing turnover.
While many difficulties remain, we expect that the Fed's focus on preventing a recession and investors' desire for less volatility will extend the interest in convertibles with a renewed emphasis on quality offerings.
BridgeNews today launches an important new tool for convertible securities professionals -- the BridgeNews Convertibles Daily.
The Wasserstein convertibles desk is currently a co-manager for the proposed $100 million convertible note offering for Usinternetworking, Inc.