Zero-coupon convertibles

Zero coupon convertibles are debentures that does not pay regular interest and may be converted into the issuing corporation's common stock at a specified price and date. These zero-coupon convertibles are also originally issued as Liquid Yield Option Notes (LYONs).

In municipal zero-coupon bonds, they can be converted into government bonds at a specified date and price before its maturity date.

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