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Mature

To cease to exist; to expire.

Maturity

The time when the issuer of a bond or other debt security must repay the principal or when a borrower must repay a loan in full. For example, if a company issues $1 million in bonds with a maturity of 10 years, the company must repay $1 million to bondholders 10 years after the issue. The amount owed at maturity is usually the same as the debt or loan's face value. After maturity, the loan or debt ceases to exist, assuming all parties have fulfilled their obligations. See also: Expiration.
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In order to estimate how these maturing loans will fare, we took a look at the current trends in newly originated loans.
In May, it refinanced $1 billion in Eurobonds with one issue of $650 million maturing in 2019 at a yield of 6 percent and a second of $350 million maturing in 2022 at 6.
The Guaranteed Investment ISA will enable savers to re-invest up to pounds 9,000 from a maturing Tessa and up to pounds 3,000 from their tax-free ISA allowance for 2000/2001.
8 billion of debt maturing this year and next, as it looks to benefit from low global interest rates before central banks worldwide begin to tighten monetary policy.
Also called T-bills, these are short-term instruments maturing in 13, 26 or 52 weeks.
Refunded general revenue bonds consist of the following: $260,800,000 series 1998B, maturing April 1, 2011-2018, which will be redeemed on April 1, 2008 at 101%; $51,090,000 series 2001A, maturing Sept.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings assigns a rating of 'AAApre' to the City of New York's (the City) $28,380,000 general obligation (GO) bonds, Fiscal 1997 series I, maturing April 15, 2009, 2010, 2017 and 2027 (partial refundings).