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Mondelēz International Calls for Redemption of 1.000% Notes Due 2022, 1.625 % Notes Due 2023, 2.125% Notes due 2023 and 4.000% Notes Due 2024

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The FINANCIAL -- Mondelēz International, Inc. (Nasdaq: MDLZ) (“Mondelēz International” or the “Company”) today called for redemption the entire €500,000,000 aggregate principal amount of its outstanding 1.000% Notes due 2022 (CUSIP No. 609207AD7 / ISIN No. XS1197269647) (the “1.000% Notes”), the entire €700,000,000 aggregate principal amount of its outstanding 1.625% Notes due 2023 (CUSIP No. 609207AJ4 / ISIN No. XS1346872580) (the “1.625% Notes”), and the entire $500,000,000 aggregate principal amount of its outstanding 2.125% Notes due 2023 (CUSIP No. 609207AS4 / ISIN No. US609207AS49) (the “2.125% Notes”), which were issued pursuant to the Indenture, dated as of March 6, 2015…

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Mondelēz International Calls for Redemption of 1.000% Notes Due 2022, 1.625 % Notes Due 2023, 2.125% Notes due 2023 and 4.000% Notes Due 2024

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The FINANCIAL -- Mondelēz International, Inc. (Nasdaq: MDLZ) (“Mondelēz International” or the “Company”) today called for redemption the entire €500,000,000 aggregate principal amount of its outstanding 1.000% Notes due 2022 (CUSIP No. 609207AD7 / ISIN No. XS1197269647) (the “1.000% Notes”), the entire €700,000,000 aggregate principal amount of its outstanding 1.625% Notes due 2023 (CUSIP No.…

Bank of America Announces Redemption of €2.0 Billion of Floating Rate Senior Notes, due February 7, 2022

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The FINANCIAL -- Bank of America Corporation announced that it will redeem on February 7, 2021 (i) all €2,000,000,000 principal amount outstanding of its Floating Rate Senior Notes, due February 7, 2022 (ISIN: XS1560862580; Common Code: 156086258) (the "Floating Rate Notes") and (ii) all €1,250,000,000 principal amount outstanding of its 0.736% Fixed/Floating Rate Senior Notes,…

More Than a Third of Home Buyers Now Make More Than $100,000

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The FINANCIAL -- About 3.5 million fewer households can afford a typical home than could in 2012, as home buyer incomes have pulled ahead of homeowner incomes, and remain more than double that of renters, Zillow analysis shows.…