Remaining maturity

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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We restrict our analysis to nominal securities only, and also to those with a remaining maturity of over three months.
Nevertheless, CI expects foreign reserves to provide broadly adequate coverage of short-term external debt (on a remaining maturity basis) and a reasonable buffer against moderate external economic shocks.
29 USD/EUR and with an average remaining maturity of approximately 3 years.
The central bank will extend the average remaining maturity of Japanese government bond purchases to about 7-10 years from the current seven years.
The outstanding debt that should be paid by the private sector within 12 months as of the end of August based on a remaining maturity basis have reached $72.
2 repayment period of 20 years in equal installments, with the possibility of early repayment of the loan without having to pay by the Employer additional fees and charges, and interest will be calculated only on the amount of current debt at remaining maturity until repayment of the loan.
However, based on the remaining maturity schedule for the life/health industry in 2013, and scheduled maturities for 2014, A.
The average remaining maturity of its government bond purchases will consequently be extended from slightly less than three years at present to about seven years.
As for the purchase of government bonds through the BOJ's asset purchase fund, Kuroda said the central bank should mull buying bonds with a longer remaining maturity than those currently purchased, which are up to three years.
10 percent ratio of short-term debt (having a remaining maturity of less than 12 months) to total consolidated assets.
The majority of Greek sovereign bonds held by Commerzbank have a remaining maturity of at least 15 years.
5 million in untroubled loans and leases with a remaining maturity of one year or less.