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A situation in which a security has a warrant attached to it. That is, the buyer of the security is eligible for a warrant that was declared prior to the purchase of the security, but had not been distributed.
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Used to designate a stock that trades with the right to a declared distribution of warrants. The buyer of a stock trading with warrants will be entitled to receive them if the stock is held until traded ex-warrants. The warrants will later trade separately from the stock. Compare ex-warrants.
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