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  • n. Plural form of maturity.

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Examples

  • First and foremost, we are intent on maintaining excess liquidity to fund our new term maturities and our development commitments.

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  • It also means that we have no short-term maturities, which is also a very important factor in the current environment.

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  • The advisers currently are using bonds with short-term and medium-term maturities because they expect interest rates to rise, and they don't want to lock in current low interest rates for a long period of time.

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  • It is buying Treasury securities concentrated in maturities of two to 10 years, averaging out to about five to six years.

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  • The 10-year and 30-year Treasurys posted their first weekly price loss in three weeks as investors try cutting exposure to longer-term maturities that would bear the brunt of a selloff if there's a U.S. default and credit-rating downgrade.

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  • The Fed's latest stimulus plan—by which it will buy $400 billion in longer-dated Treasurys from October through June 2012, funding those purchases by selling securities with near-term maturities—aims to push down long-term borrowing cost for U.S. consumers and businesses.

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  • The Fed's latest stimulus plan—buying $400 billion in longer-dated Treasurys from October through June 2012, funded by the sale of near-term maturities—is designed to push down long-term borrowing cost for U.S. consumers and businesses.

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  • No portfolio manager in the world would have held their job for a week it they'd done anything but move from short- to long-term maturities; in China, for all I know, they might have been shot.

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  • Friday, the curve steepened, as the 30-year yield didn't fall as sharply as shorter-term maturities.

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  • This is even more worrying as the Bank of England is intending to extend its gilt purchases into longer term maturities, which will have a larger impact on pension fund deficits.

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