stock warrant


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Synonyms for stock warrant

a type of security issued by a corporation (usually together with a bond or preferred stock) that gives the holder the right to purchase a certain amount of common stock at a stated price

a written certificate that gives the holder the right to purchase shares of a stock for a specified price within a specified period of time

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3bn bank holding company with two bank subsidiaries, has said that it has completed the repurchase of the common stock warrant it issued to the U.
Stock rights normally have short exercise periods; stock warrants may have periods that extend several years.
if the Stock Warrants became exercisable and had value.
The rights offering was fully subscribed with total basic subscription privileges and over-subscription privileges being exercised for an aggregate of 1,199,643 shares of Series J preferred stock and 10,149,824 common stock warrants.
The US Treasury Department and the airline said on Monday (3 October) that the ATSB would sell its stock warrants for USD115.
Stock warrants require no capital reserves," he added.
Avatech also announced that it has closed on a private placement of common stock and common stock warrants with Sigma Opportunity Fund, LLC and three members of its Board of Directors who made personal investments, George Davis, Robert Post and Gary Clark.
As part of the offering, ImageWare also issued common stock warrants and paid cash compensation to a placement agent.
With interest rates at historic lows, many companies are taking advantage of the low cost of capital and issuing debt Some closely held companies are "buying down" rates by issuing stock warrants with their debt.
9 million additional capital from the exercise of common stock warrants.
78-197; thus, the couple's transfer of their stock warrants to four charities was not an anticipatory assignment of income.
The delay was due to the time and effort required to evaluate the accounting for the March 2004 transaction pursuant to which Crown EMAK Partners, LLC, the holder of the Company's preferred stock, exchanged preferred stock warrants for common stock warrants (the "Warrant Transaction").
9 (2002), that donated stock warrants that charities sold to an interested buyer known to the donors before the contributions, were not prohibited assignments of income.
The controversy centers on the tax effects of the redemption of stock, the simultaneous issue of an equal number of stock warrants, use of the dividends-received deduction (DRD) and the application of Sec.