The date on which Treasury bonds are eligible to be redeemed before maturity.
when a bond issuer has the right to retire part or all of a bond issuance at a specific price.
Date, prior to maturity, on which a callable bond may be redeemed.
The date on which bonds may be called for redemption. See: REDEMPTION; REDEMPTION PROVISIONS.
The date, prior to maturity, on which the issuer may redeem a callable bond.
When a bond is issued, the issuer may have the option to call (redeem) the bond on specified dates and prices prior to maturity. The list of dates on which a specified bond can be called is shown in a call schedule.
Date upon which issuer can exercise a call feature. See also Call Feature.
The date on which a bond may be redeemed before maturity. For example, a bond may be scheduled to mature in 20 years but may have a provision that it can be called in 10 years if the issuer wants to refinance the bond.
the date when the bond issuer retires part of the bond at a call price before it has matured
Refers to the date on which a bond may be redeemed before maturity. The investor purchasing a bond should be aware that he or she cannot count on interest on a bond beyond the call date because the issuer may redeem the bond on the call date if it is advantageous for them to do so.
A date before maturity, specified at issuance, when the issuer of a bond may retire part of the bond for a specified call price.
The date on which a bond may be redeemed before maturity at an option of the issuer.
The date(s) bonds may be called for redemption at the option of the borrower. The initial call date is often 7 to 10 years after the bonds are originally issued.
The date on which and after which selected issues of Treasury bonds can be redeemed before maturity.
The Call Date is the earliest date that a bond issuer can redeem a bond prior to its stated maturity date. Bonds are often called when interest rates have fallen and the lender wants to issue new, lower-rate bonds to replace the higher-rate bonds outstanding. Generally, the bondholder receives a small premium over the bond's face value for early repayment.
Periodic or continuous rights given to the lender to cause payment of the total principal balance prior to the maturity date
The date on which a call option may be exercised.