Distribution by maturity

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Distribution by maturity

An indicator of interest rate risk. In general, the higher the concentration of longer-maturity issues, the more a portfolio's share price will fluctuate in response to changes in interest rates.

Distribution by Maturity

A listing of all the securities, especially debt securities, in a portfolio according to their issuers. Distribution by maturity is a way of calculating the interest rate risk of a portfolio. The fewer long-term securities that are in a portfolio, the less likely its current market value is to change according to changes in prevailing interest rates.
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In 1996 and 1997, Markaida and Sosa-Nishizaki (2001) reported that approximately 50% of the females were mature, and no spent squid were found, concluding that mature females and the changes in monthly distributions of maturity stages did not show a particular reproductive period.
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