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Bond Conversion

The exchange of a convertible bond for common shares, nearly always in the company issuing the convertible bond. See also: conversion option.

bond conversion

The exchange of a convertible bond for another asset, generally shares of common stock.
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It also proceeded with a rights issue, bond conversions of e1/424 mln and other actions worth a total e1/471 mln that will help reduce the overall capital shortfall.
Figure 6 compares the experimental and predicted double bond conversions as a function of the exposure time where the photoinitiator loading concentration was 1% by weight.
To determine the double bond conversion of the resin as a function of the photoinitiator loading concentration a Bruker brand FTIR spectrometer was used.
The DSC experiments were conducted isothermally to study the double bond conversion as a function of temperature.
The degree of conversion of a photopolymerization process can be determined from FTIR measurement results [25], In this study, FTIR experiments were performed to measure the double bond conversion during the photopolymerization of the SR256 resin.
These figures also clearly show the sharp increase in the conversion rate--that is, the slope of the double bond conversion curves in these graphs--as the photoinitiator loading concentration increases.
Even though the CRR cuts have long stopped, this liquidity injection continues by other means such as open market operations and sterilisation or MSS (market stabilisation) bond conversions.
The new shares issued as a result of the bond conversions will carry dividend rights as of January 1, 2006 and will therefore entitle the holder to the entire dividend due for the 2006 financial year.
Primarily as a result of the bond conversions during the second quarter, we reduced the deficit in stockholder's equity to $11 million.
3 million a year earlier, reflecting the bond conversions and shares issued on an equity infusion.
The board of directors noted that 3,483,613 shares were created as a result of bond conversions, the exercise of stock options as well as 1991 dividends paid in share form.