Remaining maturity

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Remaining maturity

The length of time remaining until a bond comes due
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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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Fitch expects stability in the fund's market risk sensitivity profile: the investment guidelines of the fund indicate that it will invest in obligations with remaining maturities of two years or less, while maintaining a WAM of no more than six months and a WAL of no more than 12 months.
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Indicating that BOJ policymakers engaged in active discussions on several specific methods for monetary easing, some members said that purchasing Japanese government bonds with longer remaining maturities would be an option if additional monetary easing is needed in the future, according to the minutes.
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