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Ex-New

The sale of a stock in which the buyer does not receive the right to take advantage of a coming bonus issue or the right to receive a warrant that has been announced but not distributed. These rights remain with the seller. In other words, an ex-new sale is both ex-scrip and ex-warrant.
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