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  • v. Present participle of reprice.


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  • "Remuneration resulting from the exercise of discounted stock options that were 'repriced' before exercise is not qualified performance-based compensation."

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  • Under the new terms, The implied value of the Trafford Centre remains unchanged at £ 1.6 billion, roughly half of which is debt, but convertible bonds that Peel Group agreed to acquire will be repriced at 400 pence, up from 368 pence, effectively lowering the stake it will receive in CSC to 23.2% from 24.7% previously.

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  • While the agreed-upon value of the Trafford Centre will remain unchanged at £ 1.6 billion — roughly half of which is debt and will be assumed by CSC — convertible bonds that Peel Group agreed to acquire will be repriced at 400 pence, up from 368 pence.

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  • The social-media website's prospectus says "2,429,750 unexercised options originally granted to purchase common stock at prices ranging from $2.50 to 5.56 per share were repriced."

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  • Those with exercise prices above $2.32 a share were repriced to that level, with no modifications to the vesting schedule.

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  • That's exactly what occurred when the true value of subprime mortgages was belatedly recognized and mortgage-backed assets were suddenly repriced.

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  • Nearly half of the CDs with a lifespan of three years or longer matured in August and repriced at lower interest rates, according to Market Rates Insight, a firm based in San Anselmo, Calif., that tracks bank data.

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  • As rates have fallen over the past couple of years, some life insurers already have redesigned and repriced products, offering less-generous benefits, and some have exited product lines entirely.

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  • A large corporate book also helped the bank keep net interest margins steady at 2.8% as working capital loans are repriced to higher lending rates faster than long-term retail loans.

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  • It could lead to the same outcome as markets repriced all euro-zone debt, public as well as private, to reflect the increased probability of outright default.

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