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17 November 2008 By Robert Cyran

US technology companies issued gobs of convertible debt in recent years and much of it is maturing soon. Low stock prices make conversion unlikely, and paying the debt off would drain precious cash. With refinancing absurdly expensive, issuers have few attractive choices.

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