A merger arrangement in which the acquiring company trades shares of its own stock for stock held by shareholders of the target company. This arrangement reduces the cost of a merger because the acquiring company does not have to take on debt to finance the acquisition. A merger that is completely "stock-for-stock," with no cash payments, is called an "all-stock" deal.
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