Long-Term Bond

Long-Term Bond

A debt security with a maturity in the long-term. While there is no set definition of what constitutes the long-term, it is generally accepted that long-term bonds are those that mature several years in the future, often more than 15 or 20. One of the most low-risk long-term bonds, the U.S. Treasury Bond, usually has a maturity of 30 years.
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With unemployment in the US at multi-decade lows, and growth expectations solid, the market's inflation expectations have continued to rise, pushing long-term bond yields up further.
It's advisable not to wait too long to lighten up on or sell long-term bond holdings, as many others may be thinking of doing the same thing, especially with the losses being realized in many bond funds.
Director Sam Mendes has reportedly signed up the Welsh star along with long-term Bond hero Daniel Craig.
For example, suppose that the long-term bond yield is higher than the average of the current short-term interest rate and short-term rates expected over the life of the long-term bond.
FirstCaribbean International Bank has completed a US$20 million long-term bond issue by the Cayman Islands Development Bank, its first transaction of this kind in The Cayman Islands, reports Caribbean Net News (Oct.
But long-term bond yields are not solely reflective of stronger aggregate demand in the U.
Normally, the figure should be roughly 7-8 percent of GDE Thus, long-term bond holdings should be eliminated and interest rates (short and long) be normalized.
Deutsche Lufthansa is planning a euro-benchmark medium- to long-term bond issue at the end of April on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
As part of an effort to promote the long-term bond market the government began issuing 10-year TBs in October 2000.
Areas of particular interest include test methods and specifications that improve the ability to determine long-term bond durability; test methods that generate more meaningful material and design information on adhesives, test methods of improved statistical reliability; new dynamic test methods; new variants of classic test methods; nondestructive test methods; and test methods designed to generate performance characteristics of adhesive bonds using emerging new adhesive materials and new substrates.
He fondly recalled the Fed's policy of pegging the interest rate on long-term government bonds just after the second world war, when it supported long-term bond rates at an extremely low level of 2.
To manage money in the financial markets, Nempuku had to actually borrow the money from the Trust Fund Bureau at what were essentially long-term bond rates.