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A security giving the holder the right but not an obligation to buy shares in a company on some future date at a pre-arranged price. A warrant will be valuable if, when the date arrives, the market price is above the exercise price. Warrants can be traded: a warrant is thus a traded option.

Subjects: Economics.

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