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Sweetener

A feature of a security that makes it more attractive to potential purchasers.

Sweetener

An extra incentive to encourage investors to buy a bond or preferred stock. For example, a bond may include a right to buy common stock in the issuer for 10% below its market value. A sweetener is designed to help sell securities. It is also called a kicker, a wrinkle, or bells and whistles.

sweetener

An addition to a security that makes it more appealing to investors. One popular sweetener is the addition of warrants (options to buy stock) to a bond in order to make the bond marketable with a lower interest cost.

sweetener

Something extra included in a transaction to make it more palatable to the other side. For example,Farmer Brown might agree to mow the fields for 5 years if Roberta Rider agrees to buy 10 acres of his land for a horse farm.

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Among our clients are five-star hotels, communication companies, banks and others who want to offer sweets to their employees and special customers," Ali said.
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It took this reporter two days to reach the first stop of sweet preparation in north- east Delhi, which cater to areas like Laxmi Nagar, Shahdara, Old Delhi, Paharganj, Karol Bagh, Jhilmil Colony, Ganesh Nagar, Dilshad Garden, Seelampur, Ghaziabad among others.
There are several retro sweet shops across Tyneside, but one old-fashioned shop, Clough's on Heaton Road in Newcastle is still thriving.
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EXPERTS have raised concerns about the impact of a new generation of super-sour sweets on children's teeth.