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Why would investors ever let company buy back the bonds they hold?

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Why would investors ever let company buy back the bonds they hold?

New to finance but: If a company wants to buy back their bonds from investors because interest rates just fell, why would anyone let them buy them back? I mean if I was the investor, I would never trade my high interest bond for one that's lower. I ask this because that's exactly what they do when companies do a "Debt Tender Offer" .

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New to finance but: If a company wants to buy back their bonds from investors because interest rates just fell, why would anyone let them buy them back? I mean if I was the investor, I would never trade my high interest bond for one that's lower. I ask this because that's exactly what they do when companies do a "Debt Tender Offer" .

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