Detachable Warrant

Business / Finance / Detachable Warrant: The New York Federal Reserve Bank's trading desk (or securities department) where all transactions of the Federal Reserve System are executed in the money market or the government securities market.

Other Words for Warrant

Warrant Noun Synonyms: writ, order, affidavit, paper, document, credential, permit, entitlement, license, permit, summons, subpoena, mandate, decree, fiat, edict, ukase
Warrant Verb Synonyms: authorization, sanction, reason, justification, approval, validation, license, right, certification, entitlement, grounds, cause, rationale, basis, assurance, carte blanche, guarantee, pledge, security, charter, warranty
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Warrant

Business / Finance / Warrant: The interim holding period from the time of the closing of a loan to its subsequent marketing to capital market investors. MORE

Subscription Warrant

Business / Finance / Subscription Warrant: The right of current shareholders of a corporation to buy newly issued shares before they are available to the public. MORE

Special Warranty Deed

Business / Real Estate / Special Warranty Deed: A deed in which the grantor warrants or guarantees the title only against defects arising during the period of his or her tenure and ownership of the property and not against defects existing before t MORE

Warranties

Business / Loan / Warranties: Statement attesting that certain statements are true. For instance, the borrower may warrant that it is a corporation, that it is entering into the agreement legally and that financial statements supp MORE

Warranty

Business / Construction / Warranty: In construction there are two general types of warranties. One is provided by the manufacturer of a product such as roofing material or an appliance. The second is a warranty for the labor. For exampl MORE

Yield To Warrant Expiration

Business / Finance / Yield To Warrant Expiration: Applies mainly to convertible securities. Effective yield of usable or synthetic convertible bonds determined against the first date at which the warrants can be called. MORE

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