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  • DuckDuckGo says: Bombardier Inc. (BDRBF)

    I'm thinking that if you tried Google you would get the same answer.
  • Thanks, @Old-Joe. I was actually asking how that works: I think it's referred to as "calling-in" those notes or bonds. Some of the jargon escapes me.
  • Oh, I see... I hadn't actually followed the link, and thought that you were just asking what BDRBF means. Looks as if Bombardier is calling in certain high-yield bonds before their due date, and announcing what price they will be paying at redemption. I'm guessing that that price will reflect the interest due on the bonds since the last interest payment and the redemption date.

    This sort of thing is pretty common on callable bonds. They can redeem the 6 percenters and reissue at a much lower interest rate.
  • +1. Thanks. It's clear, now. :)
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