Remaining maturity

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Remaining maturity

The length of time remaining until a bond comes due

Remaining Maturity

The time between the present date and the time at which a bond matures. This is important in the pricing of a bond; the price approaches the bond's face value as the remaining maturity shortens. This is in part because the bondholder will receive fewer coupons (and eventually no coupons) as the remaining maturity approaches zero. See also: Duration.
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Indicating that BOJ policymakers engaged in active discussions on several specific methods for monetary easing, some members said that purchasing Japanese government bonds with longer remaining maturities would be an option if additional monetary easing is needed in the future, according to the minutes.
This result is accomplished by selling Treasury securities with remaining maturities of 3 years or less and purchasing Treasury securities with remaining maturities of 6 years to 30 years.
Instead, the Fed said it would "purchase Treasury securities with remaining maturities of 6 years to 30 years and to sell or redeem an equal par value of Treasury securities with remaining maturities of approximately 3 years or less.
LDK Solar intends to use the net proceeds of the offering to repay certain of its existing indebtedness with remaining maturities of up to one year.
As of December 31, the index included 229 issues with remaining maturities of one to three years from 21 investment-grade countries outside the US.
Average remaining maturities on the stock of new and used automobile loans are estimated with the same procedure as that for the interest rates.
For that purpose, the statement defines a pool's short-term investments as those with remaining maturities of up to 90 days.
The bulk of remaining maturities occur in 2016 and beyond.
ECB President Mario Draghi said the bank will buy government bonds with remaining maturities of between one and three years without setting a limit on the amount under its new bond-purchasing program.
Short-term investments would be those with remaining maturities of up to 90 days.
For example, a great majority of repos are collateralized by instruments with remaining maturities of greater than one year.
Under the program introduced last September, the Fed plans to purchase $400 billion worth of Treasury securities with remaining maturities of six years to 30 years and to sell or redeem an equal amount of Treasury securities with remaining maturities of three years or less.