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Market Conversion Price 

The implicit price which has been paid to purchase a common stock indirectly by holding a convertible bond. This price is computed by relating the market price of a convertible bond to its conversion ratio:

This price is quite similar to a breakeven price above which any market price increases would mean that the increase is reflected in the convertible’s value.

See also:
Conversion Price, Conversion Premium, Floating Rate Convertible Bond