Prices of Equity

Prices of Equity

The amount of money for which one may buy or sell a share of common stock. The price of equity changes throughout a trading day, especially in times of high trading volume.
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The prices of equity went down, more and more investors are anticipating a rebound.
With a conversion rule that converts all the debt to a shares of equity (like in the examples above), a needs to be set so that at the desired conversion point, 0, the prices of equity under conversion and non-conversion are the same, that is,
Since then, share prices of equity REITs were up 18 percent on average through October 20, yet dividend yields remain more than 2 percent above the yield on 10-year Treasuries.
The downtrend in business loans at commercial banks also reflected a substitution of bond and equity issuance for shorter-term sources of credit as long-term yields on bonds came down, prices of equity shares soared, and businesses moved to lock in longer-term financing at rates below those of recent years (chart 5).
Because prices of equity securities fluctuate from day to day, the value of the Fund's portfolio and the price per share will vary based upon general market conditions and the value of the securities held in the Fund's portfolio.
The prices of initial public offering (IPO) securities may go up and down more than prices of equity securities of companies with longer trading histories.
uncertainty as to the new company's ability to implement measures to reduce the potential negative impact of fluctuations in product demand and/or exchange rates; general economic conditions and the regulatory and trade environment of the new company's major markets, continued stagnation or deterioration of the Japanese or other East Asian economies, or direct or indirect restriction by other nations of imports; uncertainty as to the new company's access to, or protection for, certain intellectual property rights; the new company's dependence on alliances with other corporations in designing or developing certain products; and the market prices of equity securities in Japan, declines in which may result in write-downs of equity securities Hitachi holds.