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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. of a gilt-edged security: having more than 15 years to run before redemption.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of a gilt-edged security; having more than 15 years to run before redemption

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Examples

  • Known as long-dated zero-coupon Treasurys, such bonds have beaten not only stocks, regular Treasurys, corporate bonds and municipal debt, but also have outpaced the soaring gains made by gold this year.

    Treasury Niche Beats Gold

  • Cinema's long-dated infatuation with architecture recognizes its potential to express the social order and spirit of the times, enabling it to visualize futures both utopic and dystopic.

    Adel Zakout: Futuristic Architecture: Top 10 Plans For Tomorrow's Cities (PHOTOS)

  • But in recent weeks they are facing competition as buying interest from bond-fund investors, especially those focusing on buying long-dated securities, has risen.

    Treasury Niche Beats Gold

  • "We are long term investors and our view is that over next several years zero-coupon Treasurys are going to be very strong performer in long-dated Treasury market," said Lacy H.

    Treasury Niche Beats Gold

  • Richard Bryant, head of Treasury trading at MF Global Holdings Ltd., noted that yields on long-dated zero-coupon bonds have dropped more than their regular peers.

    Treasury Niche Beats Gold

  • Traders said the strong 30-year sale galvanized fresh trade betting on long-dated bonds to outperform short-dated securities, as the latter could be pressured by next week's new supply in shorter-dated maturities.

    Strong Auction Boosts Treasurys

  • That is because the Fed's ultraloose monetary policy has sent shorter-dated Treasury yields to near zero, pushing many investors to buy long-dated Treasurys to squeeze some extra returns.

    Treasury Niche Beats Gold

  • Speculation that the Fed may add more stimulus by buying more long-dated Treasurys has added to demand in recent week.

    Treasury Niche Beats Gold

  • The prospect of rising consumer prices is a bondholder's biggest nemesis and often prompts investors to sell long-dated debt.

    Bond Investors Sit on Hands

  • Ward McCarthy, chief financial economist within the fixed-income group at Jefferies & Co., notes that the Fed is committed to Operation Twist's long-dated bond purchases through June and will probably start another round of quantitative easing later this year, which would muffle any noticeable rise in yields.

    Treasurys Market Shrugs Off China's Apparent Pullback

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