Downside risk of convertible bonds, Financial Management

When the underlying stock becomes worthless, the percentage price declines the investors experience is given by,

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It is also called premium over intrinsic value. The higher the premium over the intrinsic value, all other factors remaining constant, the less attractive the convertible bond.

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