Straight value

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Straight value

Also called investment value, the value of a convertible security without the conversion option.

Straight Value

In convertible security, the value of the security itself (usually a bond or preferred stock) without considering the fact that it may be converted to common stock. That is, the straight value is the value of a convertible bond less the value of the conversion option. It is also called the bond value or the investment value.
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When interest rates rise, bond values fall, because newer bonds become available at a higher rate.
For investors who already own a significant amount of fixed income, rising rates and corresponding falling bond values may mean lower overall portfolio value.
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With many experts predicting a rise in rates, sapping bond values, the current environment might make bond funds a bit tricky over the next year or two.
The company blamed the error on a miscalculation of bond values.
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