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What does GR stand for?

GR stands for Gross Redemption

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Withholding of 28% of gross redemption proceeds of any payment made within the United States may be required by the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 (the "Act"), unless the Warrant Agent has the correct taxpayer identification number (social security or employer identification number) or exemption certificate of the payee.
18 December 2009 Premier Energy & Water Trust PLC Announcement of Results of Shareholder Meetings, Tender Price for Ordinary Shares, result of Tender Offers, Gross Redemption Yield and Final Capital Entitlement for ZDP Shares, and results of Matching Purchase Facility and Placing Shareholder Meetings The Board of Premier Energy & Water Trust PLC (the "Company") announces that shareholders voted in favour of each of the special resolutions put at the Class Meeting of ZDP Shareholders, the Class Meeting of Ordinary Shareholders and the General Meeting of the Company all held today and each resolution was duly passed.
The Board and the Company's manager, Investec Asset Management, believe that investment during this period in short-dated ZEBRAs, with attractive gross redemption yields, should generate positive returns for shareholders and potentially provide for a better financial outcome than rapid realisation of the Company's portfolio for cash in the near term.
Withholding of 28% of gross redemption proceeds of any payment made within the United States may be required by the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 (the "Act"), unless the Trustee has the correct taxpayer identification number (social security or employer identification number) or exemption certificate of the payee.
The price payable for Bonds redeemed pursuant to the amended Conditions (the " Early Redemption Price") will be calculated by reference to a redemption formula, based on the gross redemption yield of the Bonds which is equal to the aggregate of the offer side gross redemption yield of a reference gilt plus an agreed spread (the "Early Redemption Spread"), together with all accrued and unpaid interest to the date of redemption.