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debt-for-equityadjective

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FINANCE used to describe a ​situation in which ​shareholders in a ​company are given ​bonds to ​replace their ​shares: Its ​lendersagreed to a debt-for-equity ​swap to ​save the ​company. The ​companyextended its debt-for-equity ​offer for a further day in ​order to ​raise the ​level of ​support for the crucial ​deal.
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