Adjustment Bond -- Bond issued at the time of recapitalization of an entity facing insolvency and exchanged for still owing bonds whose owners themselves sanction the transaction as they see greater benefits in adjustment bonds. The interest on these bonds is limited by the earnings of the entity. In this respect, they are similar to interest bonds, which are said to trade flat or without accumulated interest.
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