Dilutive Acquisition(redirected from Dilutive Acquisitions)
An acquisition that reduces a publicly-traded company's earnings per share. A dilutive acquisition occurs when the price-earnings ratio of the acquiring firm is less than that of the target firm. A dilutive acquisition usually results in a lower share price for the target company. See also: Accretive acquisition.
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