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Callable bond
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. Also known as a redeemable Bond.

The main cause of a call is a decline in Interest rates. If Interest rates have declined since a company first issued the bonds, it Will likely want to refinance this Debt at a lower rate of Interest. In this case, company Will call its current bonds and reissue them at a lower rate of Interest.
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