Dilution protection is a provision that seeks to protect existing shareholders and early investors in a company from a decrease in their ownership position.
The offering price is the price at which publicly issued shares are sold by the investment banks organizing the issue.
The average cost pricing rule is imposed on certain businesses to limit what they can charge consumers to costs required to create the product/service.
The Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers is a variation of the consumer price index that measures consumer prices for workers.
Payment is the transfer of one form of good, service or financial asset in exchange for another form of good, service or financial asset in proportions.
A two-way quote provides both the bid and the ask price of a security, informing would-be traders of the current price they could buy or sell the security.
A liability swap is financial derivative in which two parties exchange debt-related interest rates, usually a fixed rate for a floating rate.
The Dow Jones Transportation Average is a price-weighted average of 20 transportation stocks traded in the United States.
Combination generally refers to an options trading strategy that involves the purchase or sale of calls and puts on the same asset.
Discover how bonds are traded as investment securities and understand the various terms used in bond trading, including par value, market price and yield.