A warrant gives an investor the right, but not the obligation to buy or sell a specific underlying asset at a particular price (the ‘strike price’) within a specified timeframe (the ‘expiry’).

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Will a company's stock price be affected when warrants are issued, or exercised?

A company has 500 million outstanding shares, and it issued 100 million warrants 10 years ago. Assume that none of the warrants has been exercised yet. If tomorrow all the holders exercised their ...
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Which instrument to use to trace the Aussie Stock Market?

The best way to achieve market returns is to get into a product that traces the market, right? So I have found two such potential products to trace the ASX 200. The first is an ETF, STW.AX (SPDR 200 ...
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Cost basis allocation question: GM bonds conversion to stock & warrants

So back when the 2008-2009 financial crisis was in full swing, I bought some GM bonds at depressed prices. These have now been converted to stock and warrants in the new GM company; a while back I ...
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Interactive Brokers: IOPTS and list of structured products

As below, Interactive Brokers lets me trade "IOPTS". What are these? They also let me trade "Structured Products". I know what these are, and even know what an ISIN is ...
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Can warrants to buy stock contain conditions or stipulations other than price?

Can warrants to buy stock contain conditions or stipulations other than price?
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What is a stock warrant? How do warrants work?

What is a stock warrant? How do warrants work? I've been told they are similar to options; how? Then why not just call them options - what makes them different?