gross parity


gross parity
Applies mainly to convertible securities ( convertible security) and international equities. Antithesis of net parity. For the price of a convertible, including accrued interest. For the price of international security, including commissions, fees, stamp duty, and other transaction costs, translated into U.S. dollar amounts. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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