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[font=sourcesanspro-regular-webfont, Helvetica, Arial, Verdana, sans-serif]Cum rights refer to a shareholder of record that qualifies for a rights offering declared by a company. Cum rights allow existing shareholders to buy new shares, typically at a price lower than the current market price of the shares in question. Furthermore, the rights themselves have value apart from the value of the existing shares.



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After a company has announced that it will be issuing new shares and before such an offering is completed, the question arises: Does the purchaser of existing shares also have the right to take part in the new offering or does that right stay with the seller? Cum rights addresses this situation. What's more, as hinted at above, when a share is cum rights, it means that it includes the right to purchase new issues.
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Cum dividend, which means "with dividend," is when a buyer of a security is entitled to receive a dividend that has been declared, but not paid. A stock trades cum-dividend up until the ex-dividend date, after which the stock trades without its dividend rights. Cum dividend is used to describe a share in which the investor who purchases it is entitled to the next dividend scheduled for distribution
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[font=sourcesanspro-regular-webfont, Helvetica, Arial, Verdana, sans-serif]A discount bond with an attached warrant that allows the holder to acquire shares of the issuing company at a specific price and within a specific time frame, usually lasting several years. A cum warrant is similar to convertible debt, but when the holder exercises the warrant, she retains ownership of the bond, whereas when she exercises convertible debt, the bonds are exchanged for stocks.[/font]
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