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Current maturity

Current time to maturity on an outstanding debt instrument.

Current Maturity

The time between today's date and the maturity date for a particular bond. For example, if a company issued a 20 years bond five years ago, its current maturity is 15 years. The current maturity is important for a bond's valuation. See also: Yield to maturity, Duration.

current maturity

The length of time before a security matures. For example, a bond issued 15 years ago that had an original maturity of 20 years, has a current maturity of 5 years. The current maturity, rather than the original maturity, is important in valuing a bond.
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Liquidity was offset by nearly $1.6 billion of short-term debt and $24 million of current maturities of long-term debt.
It is estimated that about US $4,397.762 million will be required to service current maturities and interest charges on external debts in 1995 fiscal year.
Realogy upsized its Revolving Credit Facility by $350 million to a $1.4 billion total facility, and extended its maturity by three years to February 2023; combined its existing two tranches of Term Loan A into a new single tranche of $750 million, and extended the current maturities to February 2023; and extended the maturity of its approximately $1.1 billion Term Loan B by three years to February 2025.
Net proceeds of approximately USD1.48bn from this offering may be used by the company to refinance current maturities as well as to repay borrowings outstanding under ETP's revolving credit facility.
The smart technique of rollover is used meaning that further debt of distant maturity is incurred to pay the bill of debt servicing and current maturities. The heap of debt doesn't bother their successors either who employ the same technique to serve their term bothering least about country's economic future.
Current maturities are three years for Greece and seven for Ireland.
The long-term liabilities (including current maturities)amounted to NIS 832.6 million as at September 30, 2009, as compared with NIS828.2 million as at September 30, 2008.
The next two ratios are EBIT divided by interest and net profit plus DDA, divided by current maturities. These measure your business' ability to pay interest and principal on its debt.
The company has insufficient cash available to meet its current liabilities, including current maturities of debt, accounts payable, license payments and salaries, the annual report said.
Long-term debt excluding current maturities was $3.79 billion, compared with $2.21 billion in the prior year.