Time to maturity

Time to maturity

The time remaining until a financial contract expires. Also called time until expiration.
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With regards to average time to maturity of external debt, it has reduced from 10.
The survey also indicated the need to develop a series of Tel-Bond indices that would be broken down by duration or time to maturity, and development possibilities for such indices will be examined in 2016.
Non-financial debt maintained its average tenor of nine years, while the average time to maturity of public debt was extended by six months to 5.
Non-financial debt maintained its average tenor of 9 years, while the average time to maturity of public debt was extended by six months to 5.
Still, the average time to maturity of public debt was unchanged from the previous quarter at 5.
The maximum time to maturity of net assets excluding shariah compliant government securities may not exceed 4 years while the maximum duration of the fund is targeted at one year.
Also, we find that subjective value is positively related to sentiment level and negatively related to the proportion of total wealth held in illiquid firm-specific holdings, even after controlling for key options pricing variables such as time to maturity, volatility, dividend payout, and whether the option is in or out of the money.
Usually, the calculation takes into consideration factors such as completed policy years, policy type and time to maturity, with-profit fund performance in case of participating policies, besides the company's customer philosophy and industry practice," says Suresh Agarwal, executive vice-president, head, distribution and strategic initiatives, Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance.
Yield curve: The relationship between the interest rates (or yields) and time to maturity for debt securities of equivalent credit risk.
bar] includes any foreseeable factors over the time to maturity of the contract.
One way of approaching this question is to the look at changes in "spreads", that is the difference between yields on corporate bonds and government bonds with the same time to maturity.