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Market Conversion Price

Market Conversion Price - Market Conversion Price called conversion parity price, price that a shareholder effectively pays for common stock by purchasing a convertible security and then exercising the conversion option. This price is equal to the market price of convertible security divided by the conversion ratio. This is the price that a shareholder agrees to negotiate for common stock. This accomplished by acquiring a convertible security and then utilizing the conversion option given. This is equal in amount to the price on the convertible divided by the conversion ratio, the number of shares that the convertible convert. Conversion parity price is another word.

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