NEW YORK, March 25 (Reuters) - Lehman Brothers Inc. said on Tuesday it has begun several indexes to track the performance of the stock-bond hybrids known as convertible securities. Lehman's composite index consists of about 650 securities with a $227 billion market value. To be included, a convertible must be U.S. dollar-denominated, have at least $50 million outstanding, must have at least 31 days until maturity and not have been called or in default. Venu Krishna, Lehman's head of U.S. ...
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