dilutive

dilutive
\(ˈ)dī¦l(y)üd.iv, də̇ˈl-\ adjective
Etymology: dilute (I) + -ive (I)
: reducing or involving reduction of per share income of a corporate stock

the dilutive effect of stock options and convertible securities


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  • Dilutive —    The effect of reducing earnings per share by spreading the same amount of earnings among an increased number of shares. * * * dilute UK US /daɪˈluːt/ verb [T] ► to make something less strong or less valuable: »Our recent acquisitions are going …   Financial and business terms

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  • Dilutive security — are financial instruments like stock options, warrants, convertible bonds, etc. which increases the number of Common stock, if exercised. It reduces the Basic EPS (Earnings Per Share). Only if the Diluted EPS is less than the Basic EPS then it is …   Wikipedia

  • Dilutive Acquisition — A takeover transaction that will decrease the acquirer s earnings per share (EPS) if additional shares are issued to pay for the acquisition. Dilutive acquisitions decrease shareholder value and should thus be avoided, unless the strategic value… …   Investment dictionary

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  • dilutive — adj. causing dilution, serving to make a liquid thinner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dilutive — di·lu·tive …   English syllables

  • Dilutive effect — Result of a transaction that decreases earnings per common share. The New York Times Financial Glossary …   Financial and business terms

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