antidilutive business definition
Of or relating to the conversion of convertible securities into common stock when such conversion would result in an increase in diluted earnings per share or a decrease in diluted loss per share. For example, it is an antidilutive conversion if outstanding warrants are assumed to be exercised in order to acquire shares of common stock at a higher price than the market price of the stock. Such a conversion would result in an increase in diluted earnings per share. Conversions that would increase earnings per share or reduce loss per share are not generally used in calculating diluted earnings per share.
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