Detachable warrant

• A warrant entitles the holder to buy a given number of shares of stock at a stipulated price. A detachable warrant is one that may be sold separately from the package it may have originally been issued with (usually a bond).

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 Covered warrant
Harmless warrant
Implied price of a warrant
Index warrant
Intrinsic value warrant
Stock purchase warrant
Warrant premium

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