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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Further, during the wind-up period the fund may deviate from its investment objectives and policies and may invest up to a 100% of its managed assets in high quality, short-term securities with a final or remaining maturity of 397 days or less.
Effective Maturity Date 2044: The notes are due in 3017, but Fitch deems the effective, remaining maturity as 2044, in accordance with the agency's hybrid criteria.
However, the outcome for the Sukuk notes would be uncertain, and would depend on the remaining maturity of the notes, the performance of the reference collateral and the actions of the regulatory authorities in a bankruptcy scenario.
Moreover, the Governing Council decided to: Introduce graduated haircuts depending on remaining maturity also for floating-rate assets, which are currently assigned a flat haircut irrespective of their maturities.
The remaining maturity of an investment at acquisition may not exceed 397 days.
The SECP Thursday allowed the Islamic mutual funds to include the government of Pakistan IjarahSukuk not exceeding 90 days remaining maturity in cash and near cash instruments requirement.
The Commission allowed the Islamic mutual funds to include the Government of Pakistan IjarahSukuk not exceeding 90 days remaining maturity in cash and near cash instruments requirement.
We restrict our analysis to nominal securities only, and also to those with a remaining maturity of over three months.
8% and its weighted average remaining maturity was 36 months.
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.
These bonds are unsecured with final maturity date of 3 March 2016, equivalent to a remaining maturity of almost 2.