What is ‘Call Premium’
Call premium is the dollar amount over the par value of a callable fixed-income debt security that is given to holders when the security is called by the issuer.
Explaining ‘Call Premium’
1. The call premium is somewhat of a penalty paid by the issuer to the bondholders for the early redemption.
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