Convertibles - End of the affair

convertible debt


As the financial markets digest the impact of the Federal Reserve’s first interest rate hike in the last four years, investors in convertible bonds are eyeing both primary market issuance and secondary market performance with concern.

Convertibles are hybrid securities sold with a coupon and an option to convert into the issuer’s equity once the stock price reaches a certain threshold. These securities offer a variety of attractive features for issuers, including lower financing costs

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