Debt retirement

Debt retirement

The complete repayment of debt. See: Sinking fund.

Debt Retirement

The act of paying off a debt completely. If one borrows a certain amount, one must eventually repay it to the lender and retire the debt.
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0 million of debt retirement expenses arising from our bond redemption and refinancing during the quarter.
The securities comprising this debt retirement are the Nextel Communications, Inc.
4 million charge for debt retirement and posted a 65 percent gain in revenues to $39.
The upgrade to 'AA-' is based on the mature status of development in each of these districts, the pace of debt retirement, and overall financial strength of the city.
The company will continue to assess market conditions and alternative investment opportunities before any debt retirement is implemented.
Fitch believes that the RAC transaction and the related debt retirement will materially strengthen RTN's financial profile.
4 million debt retirement will result in an extraordinary gain of approximately $2 million in the fourth quarter.
The expected increases in the town's debt burden are mitigated by rapid debt retirement of 70.
31, 1993 profit was a $1,370,960 extraordinary gain resulting from the debt retirement.
Debt retirement is slightly below average, with roughly 40% of principal retired in 10 years.
Steadman, a Washington financier, lays out a debt retirement plan that prevents future Congresses and administrations from stealthily diverting the special income for regular budget programs.
The pace of debt retirement is below average, with slightly more than 30% retired in ten years.