Ex-Warrant

DEFINITION of 'Ex-Warrant'

The trading of shares when a warrant has been declared but not distributed.

BREAKING DOWN 'Ex-Warrant'

In this case, the distribution would still belong to the seller rather than someone looking to buy the shares.

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    Understand what stock warrants are, the differences between warrants and options, and learn whether warrants or options are ... Read Answer >>
  2. Are warrants traded by brokers?

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  3. How are stock warrants different from stock options?

    A stock option is a contract between two people that gives the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell outstanding ... Read Answer >>
  4. Why are shareholder distributions eliminated and not added to the net income when ...

    When considering selling an S Corp. I am being told that shareholder distributions cannot be added back to determine its ... Read Answer >>
  5. Clark recently purchased shares in ABC mutual fund with some funds from the sale ...

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