equal dollar swap


equal dollar swap
Selling common stock/convertibles in one company and reinvesting the proceeds in as many shares of (1) another type of security issued by the company, or (2) another security of the same type but of another company — as can be bought with the proceeds of the sale. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
See: equal shares swap. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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