- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reprice.
“Unlike your typical troll-like corporation that reprices stock options if a stock's price falls but lets option holders cash in if the price rises, hedgies can't recut their deals with investors to "heads I win, tails I don't lose.”
“So even though his stock won't go up as much, the stock trove won't be worth as much as $1.78 billion, when he reprices, I still think it's going to be way north of a billion dollars.”
“The software offers me several possibilities, and each time I swap in a new material, it reprices the entire job, down to the penny.”
“Mariana Resources Ltd :issues employee options, reprices certain options and issues shares on exercise of options MARIANA RESOURCES LIMITED”
“Mariana Resources issues employee options and reprices 60p employee options and issues shares following exercise of options.”
“· Auto-Pricer automatically reprices and uploads every hour or a configurable time period”
“In other words, if we go much lower, we'll be letting you know that potential reprices are on the way.”
“Lower MBS prices, wider yield spreads, reprices for the worse, and higher mortgage rates summarize the week that was from a loan originator's perspective.”
“Swarovski-brand crushed glass then reprices it for a few thousand dollars more, we usually decry the resulting product as a tacky, shameless money grab aimed at Cristal-swilling rappers, bling-encrusted divas, porn star kingpins and the like.”
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