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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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Although he said Congress will likely adjourn without passing any privacy legislation, "believe me, privacy is not going away. When the new Congress convenes in January, privacy bills will be among the first to be introduced."
Washington, July 1 (ANI): Lindsay Lohan has laughed off rumours that she had been drinking at her friend's going away dinner party after she was seen stumbling as she was getting into her car.
MY HOLIDAY Though I'm old and grey I'm happy today For I'm going away on holiday 'Tis nowt I've done before 'Cos being poor I've paid my bills, can't ask for more My fire is warm My chair is cosy How I wish I could give my Mary a posy Of buttercups, forget-me-nots and daisies.
"Going away and having good results, as we have been doing, is great but we want to do it for the home fans too.
With thousands of people going away this summer, the Welsh Blood Service is reminding the public to give blood before they go away.
``We want to make clear that we haven't gone away and we have no intention of going away.
Ken Bates reaffirmed his intentions to invest in Sheffield Wednesday, insisting: "I'm not going away."
ONE in 10 people has been burgled after going away for a weekend break, new research shows today.
The number also, she says, "represents the 108 attachments of human beings and the going away from those attachments." If Takei was attached to New York, she has certainly gone away from it; she has been living in Japan for nine years.
TELL him that unless he gives you at least two months' notice of when he's going away, you can't guarantee you'll be around to look after his pets and his flat.
We're only going away with them to keep our mum happy as she's coming with us, but it won't be much of a holiday with their kid.