debt warrant

Debt Warrant

A warrant, usually attached to a bond or other debt security, giving the holder the right to purchase more bonds or debt securities from the same issuer at a stated price. A debt warrant is a sweetener designed to encourage potential investors to buy the bond to which the warrant is attached.

debt warrant

A security that allows the holder to buy additional bonds from the issuer at the same price and yield as the initial bond.
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76 per Debt Warrant, which is the equivalent of $1,025 per $1,000 principal amount of Notes into which the Debt Warrants would be exchangeable.
None of this debt warrants a mention in any Local Authority accounts despite South Tyneside Council's Audit Committee Report on January 17, 2011 (on their website) that states "Any liability to LA7 would be limited to 51%.
The recent increase in Canadian household debt warrants monitoring as interest rates start to rise from current low levels.
2 million aggregate principal amount at maturity of 15% senior secured discount notes due December 1, 2007, which do not require interest payments until June 2003, together with debt warrants to purchase $38.
Simultaneously, Petro Stopping Centers issued $135,000,000 principal amount 10 1/2% Senior Notes due 2007, issued pursuant to Rule 144A, the proceeds of which will be used to finance the purchase of the 12 1/2% Senior Notes and the Debt Warrants and the transactions referred to above.