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.
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).
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,