Retractable bonds

• Bonds that give the bondholder the option to sell the bond back to the issuing company at par ($1,000) either on a specific date, and every 1 to 5 years thereafter, or if the firm is acquired, acquires another company, or issues a large amount of additional debt. Usually carries a lower yield than non-retractable debt of the same quality.


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