A bond which the issuer has the right to redeem prior to its maturity date,...
A bond that the issuing company has the right to buy back at a pre-specified price.
A bond which the issuer can decide to redeem before its stated maturity date. A call date and a call price are always given. You face a risk with a callable bond that it will be redeemed if its stated coupon is higher than prevailing rates at the time of its call date. If that happens, you won't be able to reinvest your capital in a comparable bond at as high a yield. You also face the risk that the price at which the bond is redeemed at is below the current market price.
A bond which allows the issuing company or governing body to pay the bond before maturity.
A bond that allows the issuer to repay the debt early.
A bond which may be redeemed by the issuer on specified dates prior to maturity.
"A bond issue, all or parts of which may be redeemed by the issuing company before maturity. "
bond that has an option which can be exercised by the issuer of the bond to redeem the bond prior to the maturity date . The provision will state the times and price that the bond may be called at.
bond that the issuer is permitted or required to redeem before the stated maturity at a specified price, usually at or above par, by giving notice of redemption in a manner specified in the bond contract. Compare: NON-CALLABLE BOND. See: Redemption; Redemption Provisions.
(also known as redeemable bond) A bond that provides the borrower with an option to redeem the issue before the original maturity date. Usually, certain terms are set before the issue, such as the date after which the bond is callable and the price at which the issuer may retire the bond. The holder of the bond is usually paid a premium for early termination of the investment.
A bond issue, all or part of which may be redeemed by the issuing corporation under specific terms before maturity. The term callable also applies to preferred shares that may be redeemed by the issuing company.
a bond that can be retired, or "called in," by the issuer before the bond matures
a bond which allows the issuer to repurchase the bond for a specified price on certain dates prior to the bond's maturity
a bond whose indenture includes a call provision (or call feature )
a way to make a bet about refinancing costs at the Call Date
Bonds that may be redeemed by the issuer prior to the stated maturity date.
Bonds that can be recalled, or paid off, before their maturity date
A bond that the issuer is able to redeem, usually at a premium, prior to the maturity date. Typically the first call date is ten years from the issuance date.
A bond that can be redeemed by the issuer before the stated maturity date. Usually, the bond cannot be redeemed before a certain time, say 5 years. And often bonds are only callable at certain times. If a call date is missed, the bond may not be callable until the next call date. The call priviledge is to enable the issuer to refund the bonds at a lower interest rate should that occur during the term. The yield and value of a bond can be affected by any call priviledge. Sometimes known as a call feature.
A bond that the issuer can choose to redeem prior to its stated maturity date. It includes a call date and a call price. The risk of a callable bond is it that it may be redeemed when its stated coupon is higher than prevailing rates at the time of the call date, which can prevent reinvestment of capital in a comparable bond at as high a yield.
A bond or preferred stock t the issuer (e.g., a corporation or municipality) may redeem before maturity.
A bond which may be redeemed under stated conditions by the issuing municipality or corporation prior to maturity. The term also applies to preferred shares which may be redeemed by the issuing municipality or corporation.
A bond that can be redeemed by the issuer prior to its maturity. Usually a premium is paid to the bond owner when the bond is called.
the issuer can redeem the bond before maturity due to specific conditions
Bond that the issuer may redeem prior to maturity at the price stipulated in the issuing contract.
a bond in which the issuer reserves the right to pay the owed amount before the maturity date. If a company calls a bond, the holder of that bond must accept payment. Used by corporations and governments to pay off debt early.
A bond that can be repaid early, at the issuer's discretion. A callable bond allows an issuer to refinance debt at a lower rate, should interest rates drop below the coupon rate on the bond. If interest rates have dropped significantly since the date of issue, a callable bond will trade as though its maturity were shortened to the call date or the earliest time at which the bond can be redeemed.
A bond which can be prematurely redeemed by the debtor on terms agreed in advance. Danish mortgage-credit bonds are callable bonds.
A type of bond that permits the issuer to pay the obligation before the stated maturity date by giving notice of redemption in a manner specified in the bond con- tract. Synonym: OPTIONAL BOND.
A bond that can be officially repaid by the issuer prior to its maturity date (Out of courtesy, a premium is usually paid when the bond is repaid.)
A bond which is redeemable by the issuer prior to the maturity date at a specified price.
A bond that the issuer has the right to redeem prior to maturity by paying some specific call price.
A bond that can be retired ("called" or redeemed") early.
A bond which may be terminated prior to maturity by its issuer.
A bond or note that is subject to redemption at the option of the issuer prior to its stated maturity. The call date and call premium, if any, is stated in the offering statement or broker's confirmation.
A bond that is callable by the issuer at a certain price. The price and other conditions are disclosed in the bond's indenture. To Top
A callable bond is a bond that can be called (redeemed) by the issuer prior to its maturity, on certain call dates, at the call price. In other words, on the call dates, the issuer has the right, but not the obligation, to buy back the bonds from the bond holders at the call price. Technically speaking the bonds are not really bought and held by the issuer, but cancelled immediately.