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.
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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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