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Going away

The type of bond purchased by dealers for immediate resale to investors, as opposed to purchasing a bond to hold for some amount of time, and then reselling it at a future date.

Going Away

1. Buying a bond with the intention to immediately resell it. Dealers practice going away; this only rarely affects the bond's price.

2. Buying a large amount of a serial bond with a given maturity. Institutional investors practice this form of going away most often.

going away

The purchase by institutional investors of large amounts of a serial bond issue in a particular maturity.
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